SOUTH HAVEN, Mich. (WOOD) - The Waterfront Film Festival is staying put for another year.
After a successful first year in South Haven, organizers said the annual festival will return there next June.
The festival moved to South Haven last summer after it was held for 14 years in Saugatuck. Almost 90 documentaries, dramas, comedies and film shorts were shown during the four-day festival.
2014’s festival will take place on June 12-15. A location for the 2015 festival has not yet been determined.
Those interested in submitting films can do so after Nov. 1.
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