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SNOB Film Festival returns to Concord for its 11th year.

  • Kathryn McCarroll helps people check in at the Somewhat North Of Boston (SNOB) Film Festival at Red River Theatres in Concord on November 9, 2012. McCarroll is one of many volunteers that helps run the grassroots event. The festival is in its eleventh year and will screen independent films at the theaters throughout most of the weekend as well as host events such as a filmmakers' open mic and social hour at True Brew Barista.<br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Kathryn McCarroll helps people check in at the Somewhat North Of Boston (SNOB) Film Festival at Red River Theatres in Concord on November 9, 2012. McCarroll is one of many volunteers that helps run the grassroots event. The festival is in its eleventh year and will screen independent films at the theaters throughout most of the weekend as well as host events such as a filmmakers' open mic and social hour at True Brew Barista.
    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff) Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »

  • John Valenti, center, chats with Chris Rathburn, before watching the Fun Family Night Block of short films at the Somewhat North Of Boston (SNOB) Film Festival at Red River Theatres in Concord on November 9, 2012. Valenti and Rathburn collaborated on a film named "Tech Service" that showed at SNOB.The festival is in its eleventh year and will screen films at the theaters throughout most of the weekend as well as host events such as a filmmakers' open mic and social hour at True Brew Barista.<br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    John Valenti, center, chats with Chris Rathburn, before watching the Fun Family Night Block of short films at the Somewhat North Of Boston (SNOB) Film Festival at Red River Theatres in Concord on November 9, 2012. Valenti and Rathburn collaborated on a film named "Tech Service" that showed at SNOB.The festival is in its eleventh year and will screen films at the theaters throughout most of the weekend as well as host events such as a filmmakers' open mic and social hour at True Brew Barista.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff) Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »

  • Joe Heise, of Campton, settles in at the beginning of one of the short films shown during the Fun Family Night Block at the Somehwat North Of Boston (SNOB) Film Festival at Red River Theatres in Concord on November 9, 2012. The festival is in its eleventh year and will screen films at the theaters throughout most of the weekend as well as host events such as a filmmakers' open mic and social hour at True Brew Barista.<br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Joe Heise, of Campton, settles in at the beginning of one of the short films shown during the Fun Family Night Block at the Somehwat North Of Boston (SNOB) Film Festival at Red River Theatres in Concord on November 9, 2012. The festival is in its eleventh year and will screen films at the theaters throughout most of the weekend as well as host events such as a filmmakers' open mic and social hour at True Brew Barista.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff) Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »

  • From the projection room, a preview for a film on the screen is seen during the Somewhat North Of Boston (SNOB) Film Festival at Red River Theatres in Concord on November 9, 2012. The festival is in its eleventh year and will screen films at the theaters throughout most of the weekend as well as host events such as a filmmakers' open mic and social hour at True Brew Barista.<br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    From the projection room, a preview for a film on the screen is seen during the Somewhat North Of Boston (SNOB) Film Festival at Red River Theatres in Concord on November 9, 2012. The festival is in its eleventh year and will screen films at the theaters throughout most of the weekend as well as host events such as a filmmakers' open mic and social hour at True Brew Barista.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff) Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »

  • Kathryn McCarroll helps people check in at the Somewhat North Of Boston (SNOB) Film Festival at Red River Theatres in Concord on November 9, 2012. McCarroll is one of many volunteers that helps run the grassroots event. The festival is in its eleventh year and will screen independent films at the theaters throughout most of the weekend as well as host events such as a filmmakers' open mic and social hour at True Brew Barista.<br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • John Valenti, center, chats with Chris Rathburn, before watching the Fun Family Night Block of short films at the Somewhat North Of Boston (SNOB) Film Festival at Red River Theatres in Concord on November 9, 2012. Valenti and Rathburn collaborated on a film named "Tech Service" that showed at SNOB.The festival is in its eleventh year and will screen films at the theaters throughout most of the weekend as well as host events such as a filmmakers' open mic and social hour at True Brew Barista.<br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Joe Heise, of Campton, settles in at the beginning of one of the short films shown during the Fun Family Night Block at the Somehwat North Of Boston (SNOB) Film Festival at Red River Theatres in Concord on November 9, 2012. The festival is in its eleventh year and will screen films at the theaters throughout most of the weekend as well as host events such as a filmmakers' open mic and social hour at True Brew Barista.<br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • From the projection room, a preview for a film on the screen is seen during the Somewhat North Of Boston (SNOB) Film Festival at Red River Theatres in Concord on November 9, 2012. The festival is in its eleventh year and will screen films at the theaters throughout most of the weekend as well as host events such as a filmmakers' open mic and social hour at True Brew Barista.<br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

The Somewhat North of Boston (SNOB) film festival runs through Sunday evening at the Red River Theatres in Concord. It is in its 11th year and is screening 68 films over the four days. On Saturday morning, the Kids North of Boston block of films can be seen for $1 starting at 10 a.m. and later that evening, there is a post-film social hour at True Brew Barista. For a complete list of films, visitsnobfilmfestival.com.

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