A selection of films you won't see at chain theaters will screen this weekend as part of Film Fest Tucson, a newish festival founded by local arts and culture expert, Herb Stratford.
The event will feature a little bit of everything.
— Classic films such as "Mine with the Iron Door," an adaptation of a book penned by Tucson author Harold Bell Wright that was filmed in the Tucson area in 1924.
— New films like "Beast," about a half-Filipino boxer, his American father and a match to remember in Manila. (pictured above)
— Documentaries, including "Lalo Guerrero: The Original Chicano," covering the life and career of the iconic Tucson-born musician.
Added bonus: All screenings take place inside the super-cool and uber-historic Scottish Rite Cathedral, 160 S. Scott Ave.
Find more information about the event on the Film Fest site.