GOSHEN, Ind. — The River Bend Film Festival is returning to downtown Goshen in person after a 3 year hiatus due to Covid-19.

Adrienne Nesbitt, the Festival Director, is excited to not only be back in person, but to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the festival. Nesbitt says that the festival would be nearly impossible, if not for the many volunteers that make it happen.

Even if you’re not a film buff, there’s plenty of events to attend, including a screening of a movie everyone has heard of along with a special guest.

Robert Tombari, the Goshen Theater Program Director is excited to be a part of the film festival and show off all the changes that have been made to the Goshen Theater.

Both Tombari and Nesbitt are excited to be back in person, and are both looking forward to specific events on the schedule.

For more information check out riverbendfilmfest.com

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