HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP) — A film festival in Hagerstown is growing.

The city’s fourth annual Maryland International Film Festival opens Thursday night for a three-day run. More than 70 films will shown at venues that include the downtown library for the first time.

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Three theaters are also showing movies.

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Organizers are honoring local writer Nora Roberts, the author of more than 40 New York Times best-sellers.

Eleven of Roberts’ books have been turned into films.

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