The glitz of Hollywood has come to the Central Coast this week, with the San Luis Obispo International Film Festival in full swing.
There are screenings in theaters from Pismo Beach, to Paso Robles.
In addition to news films, and documentaries, some classics are a part of the lineup.
Tomorrow night, the Kirk Douglas classic “Spartacus” will be shown at the Hearst Castle Visitor’s Center.
On Saturday, the documentary “The Last Days Of Cinerama” will be shown at the historic Freemont Theater, in San Luis, followed by the 1962 movie “How The West Was Won.”
One of the festival’s biggest highlights will come Saturday night, when Jeff Bridges will be honored in an event at the historic Fremont Theater.
Actor James Cromwell will moderate the event.
The film festival runs through Sunday.