The Vagabond film show is back

In its seventh season, the independent film fest is a a celebration of local filmmakers and musicians

The seventh annual Vagabond film show is back this year to entertain independent film and music enthusiasts in Hope.

The seventh annual Vagabond film show is back and badder than ever. The zany and wildly entertaining show is coming to Hope for another year of stunning and highly original local films and music.

The event, which is in its seventh season will be hosted by the Hope Cinema for an evening of thrills, surprises, laughter and perhaps even a few heartfelt tears on Thursday, May 19.

Tickets are available for $15 a piece at The Blue Moose Coffee House and Mt. Waddington’s Outdoors. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for a red carpet styled theme, live music, and gathering of film enthusiasts to celebrate the independent film and music scene in the District of Hope.

Film submissions are still being accepted by the Vagabond crew and filmmakers have until Midnight on May 15 to get entries in. Contact Dan at for more information or to submit an entry.

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