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Film festival offers diverse selection

My first Port Townsend Film Festival was in 2016, and my first marathon review of the film festival for the newspaper was in 2017.

This event has evolved yearly, but this year has brought welcome changes.

The festival now allows attendees to make digital reservations for their chosen shows and the festival's handouts include guides to all the places to buy snacks and drinks between screenings.

My goal was to watch as many as a dozen films in four days.

Sept. 21: Day 1

"Red, White & Brass" (2023) preceded by "Joyful" (2021)

In eight wordless minutes, "Joyful" director Simantini Chakraborty take...


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