How to Fest
FULL FILM GUIDE AND SCHEDULE
Dir: Carl Theodor Dreyer
Run time: French, 1926, 81 mins
INDIVIDUAL SCREENING TICKETS
Tickets for individual screenings are available $11.50 each or in voucher bundles of (4) for $35 online in advance or at the door for each venue during festival operating hours.
HOW CAN VOUCHERS BE USED?
Vouchers don’t guarantee a seat in advance, but they do allow many festivalgoers to see a lot of movies at a reduced price! If there are unsold seats for a regular screening, festivalgoers can exchange their voucher for a specific screening ticket in person at the Prekindle Box Offices located at each theater, or in Rush Lines. If the movie you want to see is full, you can use it for admission to any other regular screening.
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WHAT IS A RUSH LINE?
The Festival reserves a certain amount of seats for pass holders at each screening. If those seats aren’t taken before the film starts, we make them available to people standing in Rush Lines outside the theater. People in the Rush Lines must exchange vouchers or use cash to buy a ticket to the screening.
OUTDOOR SCREENING @ BETTER BLOCK!
On Saturday, June 16 @ 8:45 pm, come enjoy a FREE screening of Hal Ashby’s BEING THERE, a carefully modulated examination of the ideals, anxieties, and media-fueled delusions that shaped American culture during that decade and still ring true today in 2018.
The event is a BYOPicnic! So grab a blanket and pack a picnic for your group!
In one of his most finely tuned performances, Peter Sellers plays the pure-hearted, childlike Chance, a gardener who is forced into the wilds of Washington, D.C., when his wealthy guardian dies.