Attend this film fest: Arlington International Film Festival at the Regent Theatre

Dedicated to increasing multicultural awareness through the power of cinema, the brand new Arlington International Film Festival runs October 6-9 at the Regent Theatre, screening 15 features from around the world as well as numerous shorts. It starts this evening with Anne Makepeace's award winning documentary We Still Live Here (2010), about Jesse Little Doe Baird, a member of the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe who, with the help of MIT linguistics professor Norvin Richards, reconstructed the language of her people, last spoken 100 years ago. A panel discussion with Makepeace and Baird takes place after the screening, followed by a reception at the Tango Restaurant at 464 Massachusetts Ave in Arlington Center. The Regent screenings are at 7 Medford Street, Arlington | Thursday, October 6 @ 7:30 pm | $10; $35 festival pass | 857.209.1122 or

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