Naples International Film Festival wants to be cool, fun and affordable

A new generation adds to Naples cultural life

Kay Cannon, from left, Jeff Hiller and Aaron Beelner in scene from “The Little Tin Man”

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Kay Cannon, from left, Jeff Hiller and Aaron Beelner in scene from “The Little Tin Man”

This will be a year of firsts at the Naples International Film Festival. There will be more films being showcased, more filmmakers coming to Naples to talk about their films, more first-time filmmakers, more Florida films and the first 3-D film. The organizers hope there also will be more first-time attendees.

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