PHOENIX -- The Phoenix Film Festival kicks off April 3, giving the Valley a chance to see award-winning movies, family-friendly flicks and a few classics.
Good Morning Arizona’s Tess Rafols spoke with Chris Lamont, president and founder of the festival, about what films attendees can see.
Lamont highlighted a few new movies, including "Locke" starring Tom Hardy, "Dom Hemingway" starring Jude Law and Disneynature’s "Bears." The festival will feature a special screening of the 1983 film "Cujo" with one of the film’s stars.
Children can also attend Kids Day, where they can participate in hands-on activities to learn about filmmaking.
The Phoenix Film Festival runs through April 10, with Kids Day on April 5, at the Harkins Scottsdale 101 at Mayo Boulevard and Scottsdale Road.
Find more information about the festival, including the full schedule of screenings, at phxfilm.com.