The 11th Chagrin Documentary Film Festival kicked off last week on Oct. 6, running through Sunday with 101 featured films made available to attendees via drive-in or through online streaming. Cars pulled in last weekend for the final days of the fest to view films at Chagrin Cinemas in Bainbridge and attendees enjoyed pleasant weather in lawn chairs at Riverside Park in downtown Chagrin Falls.

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