First annual film festival brings independent filmmakers to the region to premier documentaries, feature-length dramas, and shorts
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Smoky Mountain Film Festival
History: It’s the inaugural year for the film festival, which focuses on connecting independent filmmakers with a wider audience in the Gatlinburg area
Notable Films: the high schooler-produced silent crime film The Root of Evil; the one-man drama Dar He: The Lynching of Emmet Till; the artist community documentary Lowertown Paducah
Don’t Miss: Empirica, which follows two estranged brothers on a cross-country road trip in order to get out of their own ruts and reconnect with one another.
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