It's not always easy to find last-minute tickets for the Traverse City Film Festival. But there are still some fascinating films with lots of tickets still up for grabs.
Here are three that will show on Thursday.
One of the movies is "Press-Pause-Play." If you're an artist, or know an artist, or like art - see this film. It's all about how technology is making art, music, filmmaking, etc. all possible for everyone. But the film also asks the question, "Is art getting better or is there just more of it?" There are more than 100 tickets left for that showing 9 a.m. at the Old Town Playhouse.
Another is "L'amour Fou" or "Crazy Love." That has 50 years of fashion history as a backdrop. It's a documentary about Pierre Berge the longtime partner of designer Yves St. Laurent. Yves St.Laurent has passed away so Berge, the man who'd selling off all of Yves St. Laurent's possessions, is left to tell the story. Fashionistas will be interested in this. There are 2 showings - 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. at Milliken Auditorium. More than 100 tickets are available.
And - "Semper Fi: Always Faithful" is about a Marine whose young daughter died of leukemia while the family lived at Camp Lejeune. The retired master sergeant discovers that the marines covered up water contamination at the camp. It's a tough story.
That's 3 p.m. at the City Opera House. Over 60 tickets are left.