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Santa Barbara International Film Festival Moves to New Home — Indiewire’s Monday Rundown

Santa Barbara International Film Festival Moves to New Home — Indiewire's Monday Rundown

The Santa Barbara International Film Festival has found itself a new home: The historic Riviera Theatre. The Riviera Theatre will allow SBIFF to expand their current slate of education programs, preserve an important historic landmark, and create a cultural hub for all things film. The festival is entering its 32nd year, and the addition of the Riveria will allow not only the festival to grow, but to expand year-round programming. 

Read below for more of today’s breaking news stories:

– The Mammoth Lakes Film Festival has announced the lineup for its second annual festival. Gala events include the Opening Night Screening and Party for “Operation Avalanche,” Centerpiece Sierra Spirit Award Presentation to iconic filmmaker Joe Dante, Spotlight Screening of acclaimed documentary “Beware The Slenderman” a Gala Closing Night Screening for “Sonita.” Find out more here
– The Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting competition final deadline is today, and all entries must be received by 11:59 pm PT. Click here for more information:

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