WRENSHALL, Minn. (AP) -- As they've done every last weekend of July for the past decade, Annie Dugan and her husband will invite 500 of their closest friends to squeeze into a barn on their property in Wrenshall and watch a couple dozen movies.
The Duluth News Tribune reports the movie night on steroids is called the Free Range Film Festival.
Dugan and her husband bought the well-kept red barn 11 years ago and knew they had to find a way to use it. There wasn't enough land for cattle or horses, so they began using it as their personal movie theater. Eventually, their movie nights got a lot bigger.
This year, for the 10th anniversary, they'll screen brand-new movies as well as some old favorites.
The festival runs Friday and Saturday.
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