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It's opening night of the Santa Barbara International Film Fest

The festival runs from Jan. 15 through Jan. 25
Posted at 9:46 AM, Jan 15, 2020

Wednesday evening marks the kick off of the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.

Over the next 10 days, you can check out more than 200 films and listen in on a variety of panels and award ceremonies.

Some of the actors being honored are Brad Pitt, Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver.

Wednesday's opening night film is, A Bump Along the Way. It's a female-led, feel-good comedy drama set in Derry, Northern Ireland, about a middle-aged woman whose unexpected pregnancy after a one-night stand acts as the catalyst for her to finally take control of her life.

The film starts at 8 pm at the Arlington Theatre.

For ticket information and scheduling click here.