Fall in the Lowcountry is the time of oyster roasts, changing leaves, and film festivals. There are a number of great festivals hitting the region this fall, from old standbys to brand new entries. Where can you go to catch the latest and greatest films this season? The Charleston International Film Festival is now in its 10th year, and has settled into the Charleston Music Hall for its five-day run. While the fest features primarily short films, it also features a few full-length films that are sure to thrill. The Charleston Food Film Festival is also back this year, and will bring with it the premiere of Charleston's very own episode of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown. Of course, there are plenty of other documentaries about Charleston's culinary scene, and you won't want to miss the grub, either! If you're looking for some Halloween-related fun this month, there are a number of Charleston screenings of the classics going on all October long. Whether you're looking for the old-school chills of Dracula, the bloody horrors of Halloween, or the song and dance of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, you'll find plenty of films to keep you going! Read the full article here: Where to Catch This Season's Newest Flicks and Fests

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