The story of one man’s fight against Chick-fil-A. The unpleasant underbelly of the sweatshops where computers are made. A garden of anthropomorphic flowers investigating a recent murder. These are just a few descriptions of the 300 trailers submitted last year to the International Movie Trailer Festival, cofounded by Inverness residents Murray and Roberta Suid.

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