The 7th Annual Riding Mountain National Park Film Festival begins tonight inside Wasagaming.

It runs until July 21 and features different films from across North America, as well as singing performances.

Tonight, a couple of Dauphin residents will take part in the Opening Reception. Melissa Stefaniw and Marc Clement, will be inside the Visitors Centre Cinema. The duo will start things off by showing their musical talents. There will also be four short films and it all begins at 8:00 p.m.

Tomorrow night, there will be a special screening of the Secret Life of Pets 2 inside the Park Theatre, and it's just $2 to watch. 

"Wasagaming is a fantastic place to host a film festival," said Steve Langston, Festival Director. "It's always an exciting time of year when the festival gets going and we're going to have a lot of fun tonight to start it off."

You can find a full list of movies that will be aired at Riding Mountain National Park Film Festival. Most films are just $10. 

On Saturday at 6:30 p.m., there will be an event called "A Taste for Film" going on inside the Visitor's Centre Cinema. The movie is called Fermented and it runs for 80 minutes. After the movie, there will be a meal included revolving around dishes from the movie itself. To take part in that event, it's $30. 

Morgan Elliot wraps up the festival on Sunday night at 9:00 p.m. with "Band Geeks" inside the Visitor's Centre Cinema. 

To get your tickets for all the fantastic screenings, head to the Film Festival at Friends of Riding Mountain National Park at 146 TaWaPit Drive.