The Sundown Film Festival reeled in a crowd in Topeka Friday night. Friday’s movie was the classic musical film from 1978, Grease! The film started at sundown, but before the viewing they played some oldies from the fifties. There were even hand-jive sessions. The Sundown Film Festival is free to the public and those who dressed in Grease-like outfits got free popcorn. The film festival continues the rest of the summer with Apollo 13 in July, Blue Hawaii in August and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off in September.