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October 19, 2012 12:00 AM

Eagle editorial: Film festival thriving

People used to lament Wichita’s lack of a film festival. Then one of those people, the late Timothy Gruver, acted on what he saw as the “extraordinary possibilities here.” Wichita owes him and his fellow cinephiles not only its gratitude, but also big crowds through Sunday for the 10th-annual Tallgrass Film Festival.

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