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Centre Film Festival 2023 To Begin October 30

The Centre Film Festival will return from October 30 to November 5 for its fifth annual festival, showcasing local and international films. The event includes in-person and hybrid viewing options for filmmaker talks, special events, screenings, and more.

The in-person viewings will take place at the State Theatre in downtown State College and the Rowland Theatre in Philipsburg.

The film lineup includes a multitude of genres ranging from fiction, non-fiction, and documentaries pooled from over 600 submissions across the world. The list includes over 50 Pennsylvania premiers, four U.S. premiers, and a horror night for Halloween.

There’s something for everyone at the film fest, from comedies to romances to kid-friendly movies. Attendees can expect a diverse assortment of national and international award-winning films.

Eight films have been selected exclusively to serve as a celebration of Indigenous Peoples’ Heritage Month. The selection includes narratives, features, and documentaries all centered around indigenous characters.

An all-access pass is available for students who upload an image of their student ID on the ticket page. For non-students, an all-access pass is available for $55 for in-person or virtual showings. Individual tickets are also available for purchase.

To learn more about Centre Film Fest or purchase student and non-student access passes, head to the festival’s website.

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