The 2013 edition of the Salem Film Fest is in full swing and runs through Thursday, March 14th. The fest has earned it’s reputation for being one of the top documentary festivals in the northeast over the past decade, and this year is no exception. You can check out the entire fest at their official website, http://salemfilmfest.com.
Well, our time has come and gone – unfortunately we must return home today, and won’t be on the ground to cover the festival from this point on, but rest assured, we’ll still have full coverage right here. Our time was short but very sweet indeed – Salem Film Fest was one of the most pleasant festival experiences we’ve ever had. The vibe was incredible, the people engaged, and the organizers very organized indeed. Thank you to Paul Van Ness and his team for making our experience fantastic!
As we retreat into the sunset, the festival swings into another full day of fun and films. Here’s the full day schedule by venue:
Town Of Runners 10:00 AM Main Screen
Radio Unnameable 10:30 AM Screening Room
SFF Sneak Peek: Furever 12:15 PM Main Screen
Scarlet Road 12:45 PM Screening Room
Charles Bradley: Soul Of America 2:30 PM Main Screen
The Fade 2:45 PM Screening Room
Dreams Of A Life 4:45 PM Main Screen
Water Children 5:00 PM Screening Room
Bay Of All Saints 7:15 PM Screening Room
Women With Cows 7:20 PM Main Screen
Peabody Essex Museum
Frontline presents Kind Hearted Woman 1:00 PM
If you are a film fan and are in the area, I highly recommend heading into the Salem Film Fest as it winds down this week – it’s an excellent experience and I know fellow film fans will love it.
More coverage tomorrow!