Downtown Boca Film Festival

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Downtown Boca Film Festival, formerly known as the "Delray Beach Film Festival", is an independent film festival that screens films and documentaries from all over the world.

The first Delray Beach festival was held in 2006 in Delray Beach, Florida. Michael Posner is President founder and programme director.

This year (2009) the politically charged and controversial short "The Rutabaga Song: ain't no oil well deep enough to keep US off the road" has been officially selected to be shown under the "Music Videos" category at the Delray Beach Film Festival.

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