Orlando International Film Festival begins this weekend

The 2022 Orlando International Film Festival begins this weekend at the Orange County Convention Center.

The event takes place from July 9 to July 15, with showings scheduled throughout every day. The festival will feature guest speakers, filmmakers, and an awards banquet. Dozens of movies will be screened during the event, including America’s Child, An ABC reflection, Anamnesis, Axe Soup, Binding, Boxes, Sweet Pea & Glass, Teressa in the Background, Methodical, and Deadly-C, among many others.

Tickets to the event vary by the number of days purchased, ranging from $35 for a one-day pass to $175 for a seven-day pass.

For more information, visit the Orlando International Film Festival website.

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