International Film Festival Comes to Home Screens Oct. 15-21

To accommodate the now-digital reality of the coronavirus pandemic, the seventh annual Glendale International Film Festival is bringing the movies to the home screen this year.
From Thursday, Oct. 15, through Wednesday, Oct. 21, the film festival’s website will offer access to the feature and short films being presented this year, the collection of which covers a wide variety of genres and filmmaking styles. Additionally, the organization will offer Q&A sessions with the filmmakers.
Viewers can purchase individual tickets for films, or otherwise purchase a festival pass for $60. The film festival provides a recommended schedule of films and special features.
The Glendale International Film Festival was formed in 2014 by longtime Glendale resident and performer Velvet Rhodes, who succumbed to cancer this summer. The film festival organization plans to continue the event as part of her legacy in the community.
To access the festival, visit glendaleiff.com.