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Maine International Film Festival
Date: 7/24/2013 Album ID: 1681566
Photos by David Leaming & Michael G. Seamans
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Lena Friedrich explores the gripping story of Christopher Knight, the Hermit of North Pond, in Hermythology showing at the Waterville Opera House on Wednesday, 7/17 at 6:30pm and also Saturday,7/20 at 3:30pm.
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Lena Friedrich explores the gripping story of Christopher Knight, the Hermit of North Pond, in Hermythology showing at the Waterville Opera House on Wednesday, 7/17 at 6:30pm and also Saturday,7/20 at 3:30pm.
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Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans
Karen Young watches MIFF On Edge's presentation of  Nam Jun Paik's Global Groove from a beanbag chair at the old post office in downtown Waterville on Saturday.
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A Maine International Film Festival goer enters the lobby of the old post office in downtown Waterville on Saturday as Alejandro Cesarco's Scrabble is projected on the wall as part of the MIFF On Edge presentation.
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A Maine International Film Festival goer watches Kerry Laitala's Chromadepth Works at the old post office in downtown Waterville on Saturday.
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Jonathan Demme's, Enzo Avitabile Music Life, lights up the big screen during a soundcheck on the opening night of the Maine International Film Festival at the Waterville Opera House on Friday.
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The 16th annual of the Maine International Film Festival kicked off at the Waterville Opera House on Friday.
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Movie goers wait in line for tickets to the opening night of the Maine International Film Festival at the Waterville Opera House on Friday.
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Pat Burdick, foreground, paints a new Maine International FIlm Festival themed cross walk on Main Street downtown in Waterville on Sunday. Assisting Burdick is her covivant Kevin James back right and Jennifer Olsen, executive director for Waterville Main Street.
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Railroad Square Cinema manager, Alan Sanborn loads a digital copy of Harold Lloyd's 1923 movie Safety Last on Thursday which will be showing at Railroad Square Cinema at 6pm today.
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A pedestrian crosses Main Street in downtown Waterville on the newly painted MIFF crosswalk on Thursday. The Maine International Film Festival kicks of today with showings at the Waterville Opera House and Railroad Square Cinemas.
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Pat Burdick, foreground, paints a new Maine International FIlm Festival themed cross walk on Main Street downtown in Waterville on Sunday. Assisting Burdick is her covivant Kevin James back right and Jennifer Olsen, executive director for Waterville Main Street.
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Alan Sanborn, manager at Railroad Square Cinema, holds a digital movie as he stands next to the old  35 mm projectors on Thursday.
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A pedestrian crosses Main Street in downtown Waterville on the newly painted MIFF crosswalk on Thursday. The Maine International Film Festival kicks of today with showings at the Waterville Opera House and Railroad Square Cinemas.
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Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans
Pat Burdick, foreground, paints a new Maine International FIlm Festival themed cross walk on Main Street downtown in Waterville on Sunday. Assisting Burdick is her covivant Kevin James back right and Jennifer Olsen, executive director for Waterville Main Street.
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Betty-Jane Meader at the 16th annual Maine International Film Festival at the Waterville Opera House on Friday.
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The audience watches a short film during the Maine Student Film Festival at the Waterville Opera House on Saturday.
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The audience watches a short film during the Maine Student Film Festival at the Waterville Opera House on Saturday.
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