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Fest tix free in Kamas

One night only screening usually draws a crowd

During the Sundance Film Festival the movie "Year of the Dog" will screen Thursday at the Kamas Theatre on Main Street in Kamas at 7 p.m.

Tickets are free, according to a recording on the theatre’s answering machine.

Sundance films shown for no charge in Kamas during past festivals have drawn big crowds. "Year of the Dog" follows a happy-go-lucky secretary and her beagle as the dog, after waking up to use the bathroom, triggers a chain of events, according to the Sundance film guide.

"Year of the Dog" is the feature directorial debut of Sundance veteran Mike White, who wrote film festival classics "Chuck & Buck" and "The Good Girl."

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