Just over six years ago when I was relatively new to the Lansing area, a buddy of mine asked if I’d be up for helping plan the inaugural Capital City Film Festival (CCFF). I gladly agreed, because it sounded pretty unique to be part of something’s founding. Fast forward six years and here I am, still helping. Along the way, I’ve had such a blast: Aside from the obvious (incredible films and music), I’ve made some of my best friends and been challenged professionally and personally in the most wonderful ways.
I get asked a lot of questions about CCFF. So here, I’ve put together a list of common ones and provided answers.
The seventh annual Capital City Film Festival takes place April 5-9, 2017 throughout Lansing, Michigan.
Q: What’s new this year at the Capital City Film Festival?
A: Aside from all 75 films, 15+ bands, and handful of new venues? Not much…
Q: What are noteworthy features, documentaries, and shorts in the 2017 lineup?
Q: What are some events that young professionals in particular would enjoy at CCFF?
Q: What’s going on music-wise at CCFF?
Full schedule, details, trailers, and more at CapitalCityFilmFest.com. Film screenings are $5 (or free), concerts are $5-$20, and the CCFF all-access pass (best deal) is just 50 bucks.
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