Capitolfest 16 underway today at Capitol Theatre
Capitolfest 16’s three-day, seven-program festival begins with more than nine hours of films today at the Capitol Theatre.
The first session, 11:20 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., kicks off with a pair of digital presentations. Friday’s evening program, 6:30 to 11 p.m., begins with Capitolfest 16’s oldest movie: the 1911 silent short “On The Brink”, presented in digital.
Capitolfest 16’s three-day weekend pass is $66, while a Friday-Saturday or Saturday-Sunday pass is $55 and single-day passes run $34, while separate sessions are $19. The event features five films with Ronald Colman, featured artist this year.
Rock the Cap benefit Saturday
Documentary tells the story of triplets separated at birth
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