The Friday Harbor Film Festival will feature over 30 award-winning documentaries and docu-dramas – including three premieres: The Barefoot Bandit Documentary, Fragile Waters and Material of the Future. Films will highlight stories of the Pacific Rim, from Chile to Alaska. Now in its second year, the Film Festival seeks to Entertain film-goers, Inspire them to get involved in issues that speak to them, andEnlighten them to environmental issues, social concerns, humanitarian efforts and tales of grand adventures. Click HERE for information about the specific films that will be shown during the three days of the Festival.
The Festival will have several types of entry tickets this year: a punch card good for 4, 8, or 12 films/events on any of the three days of the Festival and a wristband that allows entry to all films/events during the Festival. Punch cards may be shared with family and friends; all-access wristbands are for one person only and may not be shared. Tickets for a single film are also available for purchase. Tickets purchased prior to October 15 will be held in will-call at the Theatre Box Office, and may be exchanged for punch cards and wristbands at the Box Office after that date. All of the film screenings are “festival seating,” which means seating is first-come, first-served up to the venue capacity. All-access wristband holders (along with guest filmmakers) will have priority seating. Note: entry is not guaranteed to any specific film.
See website for various pricing: http://www.sjctheatre.org/events/eventDetails.asp?key=460