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Michael Moore’s Traverse City Film Festival Unveils Historic 2016 Lineup

The 12th annual celebration runs from July 26-31 and will include over 200 movie screenings.

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Michael Moore’s 12th annual Traverse City Film Festival is right around the corner. This year the celebration will run from July 26 -31 in Michigan and boast over 200 film screenings. Unlike any other, the historical events will feature productions like “The 33,” “Citizen Kane,” “Dope,” “Hell or High Water,” “Here Alone,” “Hunt for the Wilderpeople,” “Mustang” and many more critically acclaimed films.

Some of this year’s special events also include Michiganders Make Movies, a selection of films made by people from Michigan, free morning filmmaker panels, Kids Fest, midnight movie interruptions with comedian Doug Benson, The Sidebar: Food on Film and Open Space, an outdoor cinema under the stars.

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Traverse City Film Festival will also include films centering around the Presidential election and a worldwide live screening event of Moore’s new picture, “Where To Invade Next.”

Tickets go on sale to the friends of the film festival on July 10 and to the general public on July 16. 

View the entire schedule of movies, events and ticket info online by clicking here.

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