This photo shows a scene from “My Sweet Misery,” one of two pre-screenings to kick off the 12th annual Myrtle Beach International Film Festival. See this movie, from 2009 and shot in Myrtle Beach, 6-8 p.m. Monday at the Grand 14 Cinema, at DeVille and Reed streets, at The Market Common in Myrtle Beach, with a question-and-after session afterward with Matthew Jordan, the writer, director and producer – and Myrtle Beach native – nearby at Tupelo Honey Cafe. Then, after “Der Sandmann,” 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, the festival goes full throttle with 61 films, Wednesday-Saturday. Admission is $10 per two-hour block of films, or $50 for all-access pass for week. Details at 843-497-0220 or myrtlebeachfilmfestival.com, and from host venue, 843-282-0550 or www.stonetheatres.com/grand-14/4579702583
This photo shows a scene from “My Sweet Misery,” one of two pre-screenings to kick off the 12th annual Myrtle Beach International Film Festival. See this movie, from 2009 and shot in Myrtle Beach, 6-8 p.m. Monday at the Grand 14 Cinema, at DeVille and Reed streets, at The Market Common in Myrtle Beach, with a question-and-after session afterward with Matthew Jordan, the writer, director and producer – and Myrtle Beach native – nearby at Tupelo Honey Cafe. Then, after “Der Sandmann,” 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, the festival goes full throttle with 61 films, Wednesday-Saturday. Admission is $10 per two-hour block of films, or $50 for all-access pass for week. Details at 843-497-0220 or myrtlebeachfilmfestival.com, and from host venue, 843-282-0550 or www.stonetheatres.com/grand-14/4579702583 Courtesy photo
This photo shows a scene from “My Sweet Misery,” one of two pre-screenings to kick off the 12th annual Myrtle Beach International Film Festival. See this movie, from 2009 and shot in Myrtle Beach, 6-8 p.m. Monday at the Grand 14 Cinema, at DeVille and Reed streets, at The Market Common in Myrtle Beach, with a question-and-after session afterward with Matthew Jordan, the writer, director and producer – and Myrtle Beach native – nearby at Tupelo Honey Cafe. Then, after “Der Sandmann,” 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, the festival goes full throttle with 61 films, Wednesday-Saturday. Admission is $10 per two-hour block of films, or $50 for all-access pass for week. Details at 843-497-0220 or myrtlebeachfilmfestival.com, and from host venue, 843-282-0550 or www.stonetheatres.com/grand-14/4579702583 Courtesy photo

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