PASSES & TICKETS
Individual screening tickets are available prior to each screening for $8.
Tickets for Opening and Closing Night Festivities and Passes are available on BrownPaperTickets.com
Festival Passes – Super Value for All Access – $75
VIP passes provide access to any Festival screening, including the Opening Night Screening of Harold and Lillian and the closing night Champagne Gala. Pass holders receive priority seating up to 15 minutes before screening time. After that, seating is with general admission on a first come, first served basis.
Five Ticket Pack – Money Saver – $35
Five tickets provide entrance to any screening other than the closing Gala and the Opening Night screening of Harold and Lillian. Tickets can be used by multiple people for the same screening or the same person for multiple screenings. Seating is general admission on a first come, first served basis.
Champagne Gala Tickets – Hearst Castle Theater – Reception 6pm, Screening 7pm – $25
At the Festival’s closing champagne gala, Bing Crosby and Marion Davies star in 1933’s romantic comedy Going Hollywood. Following the champagne reception, the film will be screened in the Hearst Castle Theater at the Hearst Castle Visitor Center. In addition, the winners of the Festival’s awards will also be announced. Several filmmakers are expected to be in attendance.
Opening Night – CCAT – Reception 6pm, Screening 7pm -$15
Thursday evening, February 8, the Festival opens with Harold and Lillian, a charming documentary about the real-life, behind-the-scenes Hollywood couple, Harold and Lillian Michelson. This film wowed attendees and critics alike when it first screened at the Cannes Film Festival. Both the film’s director Daniel Raim and the Lillian Michelson, one of the film’s subjects, will be on hand for the opening reception at the Cambria Center for the Arts. The two will participate in an audience discussion after the screening.
Individual tickets will be sold on site, based on available capacity, at $8 each.