The four-day Capital City Film Festival kicks off next week in Lansing.
Organizers are describing it as the city's first film festival.
It runs April 14 through April 17 and is to include a "Made in Michigan Showcase" and a retrospective of John Hughes' career.
In addition, concerts will cap off each evening in venues stretching from Michigan Avenue to Old Town Lansing.
Film festival official Jake Pechtel says organizers are "bringing in some amazing national, regional and local musicians to make this festival truly one of a kind in Michigan."
Festival passes are $65 for students and $75 for adults. Individual screening tickets start at $6.
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