The seventh annual Annapolis Film Festival kicks off March 21 with a slate of 82 films rolling at five venues, plus Q&A sessions, panel discussions and a few parties crammed into four days.
It’s a chance for the Annapolis community to rub elbows with moviemakers and for the film folks to get the feedback from their audiences.
“It’s about that engagement,” said festival co-founder Lee Anderson. “It’s a creative exchange.”
She and her partner, Patti White, feel empowered by the Annapolis audience that has come to embrace the festival, which is in its seventh year.