“Each year the Traverse City Film Festival brings some of the world’s greatest films and filmmakers to join our audiences in a six-day celebration of cinema, and this year was bigger and better than ever. Our awards decisions this year were incredibly difficult given the level of talent across the board from filmmakers who have shared their works with us — I commend our juries for selecting some of the bravest films we showed this year.”
It may be the last day of the festival but why not make the most of it? Still have gaps in your TCFF schedule? Here are a few ways to fill them.
- West of Memphis, 3 pm, City Opera House
- London River, 6:30 pm, City Opera House
- Turn Me On, Dammit!, 9 pm, City Opera House
- Coriolanus, 9 am, Old Town Playhouse
- Shorts – Winsor McCay, MI Filmmaker Award Winner, 12 noon, Old Town Playhouse
- A Better Life, 9 pm, Old Town Playhouse
- Supporting Characters, 6 pm, Lars Hockstad
- Headhunters, 9 pm, Lars Hockstad
- Shorts – Documentaries 2, 9 am, Milliken Auditorium
- The Reluctant Revolutionary, 6 pm, Milliken Auditorium
- The Revisionaries, 9 pm, Milliken Auditorium
CLINCH PARK MUSIC STAGE
Stop by theClinch Park Music Stage to hear full sets from just a few of TCFF’s wonderful musicians. You’veheard some before your films but there’s nothing like sitting, feeling the breeze off East Bay while listening to these great bands.
- 12 noon – Song of the Lakes
- 1 pm – Don Julin and Billy Strings
- 2 pm – Ron Getz
- 3 pm – Matt Smith
- 4 pm – Jake Allen
- 5 pm – Ruby John
- 6 pm – M-23 Strings
For a full list of musical acts with bios and photos, visit our Music page.
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