ASHLAND, Ore. -- Ashland Middle School students are rating the short films that just kicked off the 15th annual Ashland Independent Film Festival.
The shows started at 10:00 a.m. this morning at the Ashland Street Cinema.
Middle school students packed into the theater. Many of them have been to previous festivals. Some said this year's films weren't as good as last year's, but others had favorite shorts.
On Thursday, 24 films were featured and for the rest of the festival. There will be 27 different films to see every day throughout the rest of the festival.
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