South Side Film Festival returns to Bethlehem after 2020 hiatus

Written by on June 14, 2021

South Side Film Festival returns to Bethlehem after 2020 hiatus

By WLVR Staff

June 14, 2021

The South Side Film Festival is returning to Bethlehem for a 17th year.

It kicks off June 15 with an opening night party at Color Me Mine on Third Street.

Screenings will be held each night through June 19 at different venues, including Touchstone Theatre, Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts and the National Museum of Industrial History.

Films with local ties include “Women of Steel;” “Small Town, Big Canvas;” and “Betting on Bethlehem,” a look at the social and economic impacts of a casino on a community.

Tickets to each screening are $10. Last year’s festival was canceled because of the pandemic.

Schedules, details and descriptions can be found at SouthSideFilmFestival.org.

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