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Totem Film Festival returns in April to Sammamish High School

The Totem International Film Festival, the most prestigious film festival in the Bellevue School District, returns for two days in April.

The event, at Sammamish High School, draws film lovers, filmmakers, industry professionals and media to watch the best in new cinema from established masters and new talent.

The festival will be from 5-9 p.m. on April 15-16 at the school, 1001 140th Ave. SE.

The festival will present the Bellevue School District's largest annual showcase of middle and high school produced films. There will be two public screening days to premier every invited film.

The festival serves as a platform for Sammamish High School and its feeder middle school artists to share their stories.

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