On any given day, there must be several hundred films in production somewhere in Florida, let alone the United States or the world. Anyone who attended even a part of the recent Sarasota Film Festival (SFF) — the 16th festival — can attest to that.
April 4-13 film fans had the opportunity to see some 252 films, ranging from full-length features to documentaries, shorts and special showings such as a “sensory- friendly screening” of the cartoon “Ernest and Celestine,” with the lights turned up and the sound turned down to provide a stress-free experience for people with cognitive and developmental disabilities.
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