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Notes: Alexandria Film Festival kicking off this weekend with heists, documentaries and more

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Scene from Art Thief, a movie showing at the Alexandria Film Festival (image via Art Thief/Facebook)

The Alexandria Film Festival is kicking off this weekend, starting tomorrow (Friday).

Over 50 films are being screened at locations across the city. The festival runs from Friday, Nov. 10 through Sunday, Nov. 12.

Both individual ticket sales and passes to the whole film festival are available online.

Movies range from Art Thief, a film about a small-time thief that finds himself caught in the middle of a larger robbery, to Arming the Left, a documentary about the new left-leaning firearms movement.

A film guide is also available online.

Photo via Art Thief/Facebook

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