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What’s Up, Doc Fest?

If you love documentaries and live music, you’re going to have the sweetest love hangover come Monday morning.

This weekend, Denton’s Thin Line Film & Music Fest brings you dozens of free movies (both in-person and virtual) and live music performances.

The full festival features more than 50 films and 50 bands, so you’ll find plenty of options to suit your interests.

Among the highlights are two LGBTQ films.

Framing Agnes just won the audience award at The Sundance Film Festival. The film can be seen virtually this afternoon at 3:30 p.m. and in-person tomorrow at Movie Tavern Denton.

Also on tap, Mama Bears, which recently had its world premiere at SXSW. Screen it virtually tonight at 6:00 p.m. and in-person tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. at Movie Tavern Denton.

Everything is free, but you need to register.

Check out the full lineup at thinline.us, then settle into your sofa for digital screenings or pack up the car and head to Denton for a few hours or the full weekend.

It’s the only cultured way to spend the first full weekend of spring, after all.

Thin Line Film & Music Fest
Now through Sunday, March 27