BALTIMORE (WJZ) – Calling all movie lovers: tickets go on sale this week for the 10th annual Annapolis Film Festival, which is set to open later this month.
The film festival runs for four days from March 31 to April 3. The festival features more than 70 films that will be screened at four locations: Maryland Hall, Asbury United Methodist Church, Annapolis Elementary and Jack C Center Taylor at the Naval Institute.
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In addition to screenings of feature films, documentaries and short films, the festival will feature parties, panels and Q&A sessions with various filmmakers.
Individual tickets go on sale starting Friday. In most cases, tickets will cost $15 per movie or event. But there’s $50 Opening Night tickets, including admission after the party.
Additionally, there are currently a limited number of festival tickets available for $195 each, $175 for Annapolis Film Society members, $100 for students, and $100 for short-film-only tickets. .
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This year marks the return of the film festival, which was held almost last year due to the pandemic.
As a safety measure, masks will be required in the cinema and all attendees will be required to undergo health checks upon arrival.
For ticket details and a full list of movies, Visit the festival’s website.
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