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Duncan film festival goes on hiatus after 10 years

The Trail Dance Film Festival is taking a break after 10 straight years of films. (Source KSWO) The Trail Dance Film Festival is taking a break after 10 straight years of films. (Source KSWO)
(Source KSWO) (Source KSWO)

DUNCAN, OK (KSWO) -After 10 years of providing entertainment through the art of film, the Duncan Trail Dance Film Festival is going on a hiatus.

The event's creator, Anthony Foreman, said he did not want to elaborate, but said he's not sure if and when it will come back.

The festival, which got its start January 2007, provided screenings of films of various genres. Some of the films were locally made, and others came from all over the world.

The 10th annual Trail Dance Film Festival featured 133 films at the Simmons Center, Chisholm Trail Heritage Center and the Palace Theatre.

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