The Sundial Film Festival kicks off at the Cascade Theater in Redding this Saturday.
The film features 19 films which all have some kind of connection to the North State.
This year, the film festival is entirely free to the public for the first time.
The Active 20-30 club organized the event and said they wanted to make the event free as a way to give back to the community after a rough year.
“We realized that our community has been through a lot of stress,” event chair Delci Strahan said. “We had the firenado and snowmageddon. And we wanted to be able to give a fun evening out on the town for people to come enjoy and celebrate local talent.”
This is the biggest fundraiser for the Active 20-30 club.
Several local restaurants will be donating a portion of their proceeds that night to the cause.
The evening show is already sold out, but you can still reserve your free ticket for the afternoon show by visiting sundialfilmfestival.com.
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