Festival showcases wide variety of Route 66 films

KINGMAN - "Route 66 Pipes and Sticks" features a couple guys from Scotland marching down Route 66 playing bagpipes and drums.

"66 Days on Route 66" follows an Australian singer-songerwriter who played 66 gigs from Chicago to Los Angeles to introduce his music to America.

"Autumn of Route 66" was produced by an experimental filmmaker using a flip-phone camera to capture Route 66 travels from her dog's point of view.

These are a few of the more than 20 films with connection to the Mother Road that will be shown at Cine 66 Kingman Film Festival, part of the International Route 66 Festival, Thursday through Saturday.

The film festival takes place at the Elks Lodge, 310 N. 4th St., in downtown Kingman.

The cost is $24.66 for one day, $34.66 for two days and $44.66 for all three days, with discounts for seniors and children. Active military with ID are free.

Individual films can be seen for $5.66 each for the first two showings of the day and $7.66 after that.