The Roseburg Festival is hosting its third edition of the festival, this time in a new facility in Roseburg, California.

The Rosebursts first edition took place in 2019.

The new venue, Roseburg Film Center, is located on a 1,000-acre estate in the foothills of the San Joaquin Valley and hosts several film festivals, including the 2017 World Premiere of The Birth of a Nation.

The festival has grown to more than 1,200 films over the years, according to its website.

This year’s festival runs through September 11.

There is no admission fee.

Roseburg has had a long history of hosting film festivals.

In 1878, the city became the first in California to allow a non-profit film society to open in its own building.

In the 1920s, it hosted the first annual Roseburg International Film Festival, which ran until 1976.

In the early 1900s, the festival also hosted the Hollywood Film Festival.

In 1936, it was the first film festival in the state of California to have its own bank.

The festival has hosted numerous film festivals in the region, including two major ones in California, the Roseburys first and last editions.

There are now two film festivals taking place in Roseburies new home: Roseburg Cinemas Paradiso and Roseburg’s Cinema Paradiso.

Roseburg has hosted the Roseburgh Film Festival for five years.

The Roseburg cinema is the oldest cinema in the United States.

The first Roseburg film theater was opened in 1883, and its current building dates back to 1911.

Roseburys oldest movie theater is the Rose Burys first, which was opened on October 19, 1907.

Roseburied was the last Roseburg movie theater to be closed for good.

Roseville’s newest film festival, Rosebury’s Cinema Paradiso, is taking place at Roseburg.

It will feature over 150 films.

Roseville is the fourth city in California that has held two cinema festivals in a row.