(SD)-Black Hills Film Festival Expands To Hot Springs
HOT SPRINGS, S.D. (AP) - The Rapid City portion of the 10th annual Black Hill Film Festival has finished but the festival continues through Sunday at Hill City High School in Hill City and in Hot Springs at the historic Hot Springs Theatre.
Hot Springs has hosted individual films as part of the festival in the past, but this is its first year as a major venue with 5 sessions at the theatre - 2:00 and 7:00 on Saturday and Sunday.
Theater co-owner Karen Meston told the Fall River County Herald she is excited to be so involved and to have a film list that includes 5 made in South Dakota.
After-parties co-sponsored by the Friends of the Hot Springs Theatre are being held after each evening session from 10:00-to-midnight to give patrons a chance to discuss the films with each other.
The after-party on Saturday night will be at the Bourbon-County Speakeasy with Sunday's at The Vault. Both will have no-host bars with light snacks provided.
This year's Black Hills Film Festival features 27 new independent films include narratives and documentaries by filmmakers from South Dakota and around the world.
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