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Film festival premieres in Rolling Hills Estates

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The 2014 Universe Multicultural Film Festival (UMFF) takes place from April 4 to 6 in Rolling Hills Estates and will feature films from over twenty countries.

The screenings will be held at the Promenade on the Peninsula, RHCC Community Center and Peninsula Center Library in Rolling Hills Estates.

The UMFF will present a wide variety of films including original shorts, documentaries and animations created by select filmmakers from all over the world.

This festival offers an amazing opportunity to learn about different cultures, lifestyles, traditions and beliefs.

All the screened films will be either voiced in English or contain subtitles.

General admission tickets are $5 for children 18 and under and $10 for adults. Family and group passes are also available.

The festival invites the community to attend and take part in additional activities such as industry panels and cultural events. The film committee will host high-quality events for participants and collaborators, including film receptions, galas, award ceremony and specific seminars with directors and filmmakers looking for new projects.

For additional information, schedule and a list of films, visit the website at http://www.umfilms.org.

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