The inaugural Montana International Film Festival– or MINT, as it’s been dubbed– concluded in Billings on Sunday. The three-day festival featured 60 films from 40 countries, with seven world premiers, and
included panel discussions with several film makers. MINT executive director Brian Murnion said films were presented at the Babcock, the Art House Cinema and another venue at 2905 Montana Avenue. About 1,200 people attended the first-ever Billings film festival.

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