San Diego Film Festival kicks off

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SAN DIEGO – The 12th annual San Diego film festival launched into full swing Wednesday evening with movie enthusiasts lined up around the block.

The movie buffs were in line to watch the premier of “12 Years a Slave,” a film that already has Oscar buzz.

This year’s honored guest is producer Judd Apatow, best known for his comedies, including “Anchorman,” “40 Year Old Virgin” and “Freaks and Geeks.”  He’ll receive an award on Thursday.

The festival runs from October 2 to October 6 with day passes at $65 and a VIP pass costing $350.

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