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Fri October 12, 2012
Film Festival Brings a Diverse World to the Big Screen in Arlington
Arlington Massachusetts is known for a lot of things - but you might not think of it as a go-to place for International cinema that you won’t see anywhere else.
Leather is an incredibly versatile material, but you might not think of it as a canvas for painting.
And yet, next week, the 2nd annual Arlington International Film Festival kicks off with a documentary it has named “Best of Festival," All Me: The Life and Times of Winfred Rembert. It's the story of a little known artist from Georgia, who paints his memories of the segregated south of his childhood on leather. Here's a taste:
The 2nd annual Arlington International Film Festival takes place from Oct. 17-21 at the Regent Theatre in Arlington.
- April Ranck Guzman, Executive Director of the Arlington International Film Festival
- Vivian Ducat, Filmmaker, All Me: The Life and Times of Winfred Rembert