Friday, Oct. 18 is the opening night of the fifth annual festival and the film, shown at 8 p.m., is "Secretariat's Jockey, Ron Turcotte." The film offers a rare behind-the-scenes view of Hall of Fame jockey Ron Turcotte who, along with his legendary horse Secretariat, won the prestigious American Triple Crown in 1973. Viewers witness Turcotte's rise to fame, the fall in 1978 that left him a paraplegic and his emotional journey back to the people and places that marked his life. The film delves into the thrilling and dangerous world of horse racing, featuring never before- seen footage of Secretariat. Jack Gerbes, director of the Maryland Film Office, and Susan Burdette, Bel Air town commissioner, will open the festival. Special guest host is the pioneering former jockey, Jennifer Small. Doors open at 7:30 p.m.