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41 North Film Festival Opens Tomorrow

The 41 North Film Festival opens Thursday for its four-day run at Michigan Tech’s Rozsa Center.

The festival features more than 20 films, along with filmmakers, special events and music.

Now in its 14th year, the 41 North Film Festival brings award-winning independent films, and some of the fascinating individuals who create them to the Keweenaw Peninsula.

What may seem far away is often closer than we think. Arizona mining history tied to our own industrial past, health care providers in a rural area much like the Upper Peninsula, and undocumented Dreamers in a new film by Keweenaw-native Heather Courtney are among the highlights of this year’s festival.

The festival is free and open to the public.  While this year’s films focus on a variety of topics from solar-powered flight to the bizarre world of industrial musicals, as always, there are films that will be of particular interest to Copper Country audiences. Read the full story at mtu.edu/news.

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