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Film Festival For Women Directors Calling North Kansas City Home

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A scene from "The Fourth Wall" directed by Kelsey Bollig and selected for the 2021 Etheria Film Festival.
A scene from "The Fourth Wall" directed by Kelsey Bollig and selected for the 2021 Etheria Film Festival.

After six years in Hollywood, the 2021 Etheria Film Festival marks its second year In North Kansas City's Screenland Armour Theatre.

The international showcase accepts only films directed by women in the genres of horror, science fiction, fantasy, action, thriller, and dark comedy. The eight films selected for this year's festival of movie shorts include submissions from Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States.

The Etheria Film Festival's 2021 selections will be available to watch on Shudder, from Friday, June 25, through Sunday, July 25. Etheria Film Night is June 26, beginning at 9:30 p.m. at the Screenland Armour Theatre at 408 Armour Rd, North Kansas City, Missouri 64116.

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