Lowell Film Festival begins Thursday
The 4th Annual Lowell Film Festival begins tomorrow (Thursday, April 28). The full schedule is available on the Festival’s website. In conjunction with the films being shown, I will conduct walking tours of “Civil War Lowell” on Thursday night at 6 pm (beginning at the Ladd & Whitney monument); Friday night at 6 pm (beginning at the Pollard Memorial Library); and Saturday afternoon at 12:30 (beginning at the Pollard Memorial Library). The tours are free, require no registration, and will be done within 45 minutes which will give tour-goers ample time to get to the next film on time.
The major films that will be shown during the festival include:
Glory – Thursday at 7 pm at National Park Visitor Center on Market Street (trailer above)
Traces of the Trade – Friday at 7 pm at National Park Visitor Center on Market Street
John Brown’s Holy War – Saturday at 11 am at Pollard Memorial Library
The General – Saturday at 11 am at Boott Events Center, Boott Cotton Mill Museum
Gone with the Wind – Saturday at 7 pm at Comley-Lane Theater, Mahoney Hall, UML South Campus on Broadway
and several others.
Please consider attending this year’s festival. See a movie. Take a tour.