For four days, 27 independent, foreign, documentary and short films will play on six screens at four venues during the Sixth Annual Riverside Saginaw Film Festival. A full listing of the films and their show times are on our website. Among the highlights: San Diego filmmaker Jennifer Douglas returning to her hometown of Saginaw to show her film “Save KLSD,” Jack Black and Shirley MacLaine in the critically acclaimed “Bernie,” “Searching for Sugar Man” which was profiled recently on “60 Minutes,” Woody Allen’s “To Rome With Love.” Sites: Court Theater, Pit and Balcony, Saginaw Club, First Congregational, Hoyt Library. Festival passes are $40 and single admission tickets $6. For more information, click on the website link.