The Black Hills Film Festival, now in its sixth year, runs from an opening reception on Wednesday, May 6, to a closing film on Sunday, May 10, with events taking place in Rapid City and Hill City, reports the Hill City Prevailer-News.
The festival will include educational seminars, networking parties and more than 30 films -- shorts, documentaries and feature films set in South Dakota and around the globe.
The festival includes two films of extra local interest, Bruce and Tass Bicycle China and Fort: A Spearfish Canyon Rhapsody. The China tour film was made by Rapid City bicyclists Bruce Junek and Tass Thacker, and the Spearfish Canyon documentary, produced by Michael Goodroad, examines the work of artist and environmental activist Dick Fort, reports the Rapid City Journal.
Find a complete festival schedule on page 18 of the festival program guide.
Festival passes are on sale via the festival website or by calling 574-9454. Passes can also be purchased in Rapid City at Dahl Arts Center at 713 7th Street, Rapid City, or in Hill City at Warrior’s Work Gallery and the Visitor Information Center.