The Sylvania Community Arts Commission has set April 24-26 for its second annual Tree City Film Festival.
This year’s festival will include the 50-Hour Film Challenge, short films created in no more than 50 hours, as well as a separate short film challenge for children and a ticketed screening of Oscar-nominated short films. The films will be shown at the train barn in Sylvania Historical Village on Main Street and at the Performing Arts Center at Sylvania Northview High School. For more information, visit SylvaniaArts.org.
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