Above are trailers to 17 pictures playing at the fifth anniversary SoCal Film Festival, which kicks off tonight at Huntington Beach Central Library and over the next 10 days will present 204 feature films, documentaries and shorts.
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The Grind, Beautiful Loser, The War Boys, The Last Hurrah, All's Faire in Love and Nothing Really Matters are among the features that will screen at the festival.
In addition to showing films, industry speakers, professional workshops, Q&As with directors and actors and more are featured at the annual event.
Tickets, which are a pretty reasonable $4-6 per screening or $35 for an all-festival pass, are available here, although no more tickets for tonight are available online. You can still purchase them on site, however.
All screenings are in the library's Cultural Center Theater at 7111 Talbert Ave., Huntington Beach.