Downtown Tyler Film Festival continues through Sept. 24

Patrons wait to get inside Liberty Hall for a showings during a previous Downtown Tyler Film Festival. Courtesy

DANNY MOGLE , danny@inmagtexas.com

The Downtown Tyler Film Festival continues through Saturday at Liberty Hall, 103 E. Erwin St.

The festival features films no longer than 15 minutes in a wide range of styles and subject matter. Viewings take place at 7 p.m.

Friday, the festival will show films by East Texas filmmakers. The “Best of the Fest” showcase, featuring top picks from previous showings, is set for Saturday.

A question-and-answer session with some of the filmmakers will take place following the viewings Friday, organizers announced.

The cost is $5 on Friday. Admission to “Best of the Fest,” which includes food and drinks during a post-party, is $10.

Tickets are available on the Liberty Hall website, liberttyler.com and the festival’s website, tylerfilmfest.com, and will be sold at the box office each night.

FILM FESTIVAL SCHEDULE

Friday, Sept. 23

- “The Stuff Dreams are Made of” by Ariande King and Klancy Baker. A teenager struggling to be understood dreams of becoming a superstar actress.

- “Battle of the Flowers” by Joseph Mallari. A look at a city’s annual celebration.

- “No Looking Back” by Robert Shumaker. During a chance meeting, ex-lovers reflect on their pasts.

- “The Fall” by Taylor Cullinane. After a strange dream, a man struggles with whether to propose to his girlfriend.

–“Round One” by Kenny Rigsby. This documentary follows an amateur boxer before his first fight.

- “Don’t Run Away” by Grayson Lackey. A boy running away from his father faces a difficult decision.

- “The Last Hope” by Grayson Lackey. A woman faces questions of hope in bleak woods.

Saturday, Sept. 24

“The Best of the Fest” selections.

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