Connecticut Film Festival Receives $25,000 State Grant

Agency - tate of Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development

The Connecticut Film Festival is the $25,000 State of Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development Arts Catalyze Place-making (ACP) matching arts grant beneficiary.


The ACP grant supports and sees Connecticut cities, towns and villages as substantial communities in which residents can live a quality way of life. The Connecticut Film Festival enters its eight season of film exhibition and social media education.


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