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On Thursday, October 7th, the 2010 GSIFF International Film Festival kicks off with the opening night screening of Radio Free Albemuth, the highly anticipated film adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s novel, followed by our opening night party. But this is only the first night of ten! Each night offers exciting film premieres, from Jean Luc-Godard’s latest to Jennifer Lynch’s bollywood film HISSS and our three stand out shorts programs, as well as nightly after-parties and networking receptions. This festival is a “must go” for cinema lovers. For more information and complete festival details, visit our site www.gsiff.com
Tickets $12 adv/$15 day of. For more information or advance purchase visit www.gsiff.com.



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