Sedona International Film Festival

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The Sedona International Film Festival was founded in 1995, and is a nine-day festival that gives audiences the chance to see award-winning new independent films from around the world. This year, the Lifetime Achievement Award will be given to actor and filmmaker Rob Reiner. We’ll hear more from festival director Pat Schweiss.

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