Jax Film Festival Makes a Comeback

August 8, 2018
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Jacksonville Film Festival has been on hiatus for about five years. This week, JFF slowly re-emerges with a red carpet event for local filmmaker and former Folio Weekly cover boy (2009) Durden Godfrey as he premieres his film I Am Going to Kill Someone This Friday, which looks at the birth of a psychopath through a Kubrickian lens. A Q&A follows the screening. 6:45 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 9 at Main Library, Downtown, eventbrite.com, $20.

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