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Black Hills Film Festival set for this week

HILL CITY (AP) -- Film enthusiasts will have a chance to see South Dakota-produced films and films shot on location in South Dakota this week during the annual Black Hills Film Festival.

HILL CITY (AP) -- Film enthusiasts will have a chance to see South Dakota-produced films and films shot on location in South Dakota this week during the annual Black Hills Film Festival.

It's the fourth year for the event that features independent films. It runs Wednesday through Sunday.

Special guests at this year's event include actor Tatanka Means, whose film "Tiger Eyes" is among the films being shown at the festival. Others attending the festival include director Lawrence Blume, who wrote "Tiger Eyes; casting director Rene Haynes; director Andres Torres-Vives and stunt actor Angelique Midthunder.

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