SNOB Film Festival

The SNOB (Somewhat North of Boston) Film Festival is a grassroots effort to showcase and support independent filmmaking. It strives to bring films to the area that local audiences might not otherwise get a chance to see. Proceeds from the SNOB Film Festival will be used to support the arts.

The film festival began in 2002 and has occured in Concord ever since, with the exception of last year's hiatus.

Full weekend and day passes as well as individual movie tickets are available.

VIP Weekend Pass: $50

Firday Night Only Pass: $25

Saturday Full Day Pass: $25

Sunday Full Day Pass: $25

On Saturday morning there will be a KNOB (Kids North of Boston) film session. KNOB was created to give budding filmmakers the opportunity to show their work on the big screen at Red River Theatres. Young filmmakers were asked to submit short movies (seven minutes), which will be screened on November 20 from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

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