In this file photo, Mary Ellen Thompson, of Beaufort, and Alicia  Sterling, of Bryn Mawr, Penn., are photographed by official photographer  Susan DeLoach as they stand against a backdrop on the red carpet during  the Beaufort International Film Fest filmmakers opening night ceremony  at Old Bay Marketplace last Wednesday.
In this file photo, Mary Ellen Thompson, of Beaufort, and Alicia Sterling, of Bryn Mawr, Penn., are photographed by official photographer Susan DeLoach as they stand against a backdrop on the red carpet during the Beaufort International Film Fest filmmakers opening night ceremony at Old Bay Marketplace last Wednesday.
In this file photo, Mary Ellen Thompson, of Beaufort, and Alicia Sterling, of Bryn Mawr, Penn., are photographed by official photographer Susan DeLoach as they stand against a backdrop on the red carpet during the Beaufort International Film Fest filmmakers opening night ceremony at Old Bay Marketplace last Wednesday.

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