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Passes Now on Sale for 10th Annual Annapolis Film Festival

| February 06, 2022, 04:48 PM

For four days, from Thursday, March 31st to Sunday, April 3, 2021, downtown historic Annapolis becomes a place to screen 70 films from more than twenty countries all over the world during the 10th Annual Annapolis Film Festival.

Moviegoers will stroll from venue to venue seeing some of the world’s smartest and edgiest new films. Meet visiting directors, actors, and producers at parties and Q&As throughout the four-day festival.

Screening venues include; Maryland Hall, Asbury United Methodist Church, Annapolis Elementary School and some soon-to-be-announced venues.

Special showcases include; the Environmental Showcase, the African-American Experience, the Student Showcase, and the Sunday morning Jewish Experience with bagels and lox.

There will be films on the sailing and the military, family films and animation; enjoy six incredible shorts programs; some films will have a local focus; buy tickets to the  “Coffee Talks With…”  and listen to actors and directors talk shop about the film biz; experience red carpet events and parties each night.

The theme for the 2022 Annapolis Film Festival is “THE BIG PICTURE” – honoring AFF’s 10th Anniversary. Patti White, festival director and co-founder, is delighted with the theme which ties together the various paths the festival has taken and will take moving forward. “As we put in place this theme for our 2022 festival, we considered the times we are living in, said Patti. “We are excited to return to the “big screen” literally, as well as metaphorically, exploring bigger stories and issues through a smaller lens and vice versa.”

The annual AFF poster, designed by artist and long-time Festival Art Director, Joe Barsin, will also use “THE BIG PICTURE THEME,” focusing on bringing not only films back to the big screen, but also in exploring compelling stories that broaden our scope of understanding the world. The reveal of the festival poster will be via a video created to explain the inspiration for the art and the theme for 2022; this video will be revealed on Facebook and via other social media sites.

AFF also will encourage all attendees to tell their “festival story” through the images gathered as they celebrate being together again. These images will be viewed as new ones are added to the AFF “digital scrapbook,” seen on the web site, and on display in all screening venues during the film festival. This will enable attendees to share their favorite moments of the festival with one another.

Passes will be limited in number and are available right now. A six-ticket multi-pack starts at $80. And filmgoers can get a full festival pass for $195 allowing them access to the Opening Night film and After Party, Best of Fest, and unlimited films and panels throughout the entire festival. Discounted student passes are only $100 for all four days.  Individual tickets are not yet on sale. Only a limited number of festival passes will be issued and are available online now at www.annapolisfilmfestival.com.

In early March,  the entire film festival slate will be released

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