The eighth annual Big Eddy Film Festival introduces several locally shot films that delve into the reasons why people move here and explore the joys and pitfalls of rural life.
All of the events happen in Narrowsburg, N.Y., with most at either the Tusten Theatre at 210 Bridge Street or the Narrowsburg Union at 7 Erie Avenue. They are presented by the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance.
The festival, which begins Friday, Sept. 20, and extends through Sunday, Sept. 22, includes long feature films and shorts, documentaries and panel discussions, plus a few parties, where you can meet directors, actors, composers, writers, and other creative people.
For more information or tickets visit bigeddyfilmfest.com.