Immerse yourself in the best independent films, interactive panels, and exciting soirées at the 2019 Annapolis Film Festival.
The festival will screen over 70 movies in four days in addition to hosting several special events like meet-and-greets, panel discussions, and coffee talks. Browse the festival program to get an idea of how many of the unique films you'd like to see.
WHEN: March 21-24, 2019 | Schedule posted online here
WHERE: There are several screening locations: Maryland Hall, 801 Chase Street, Annapolis, MD | St. John's College Key Auditorium, 60 College Avenue, Annapolis, MD | Annapolis Elementary, 180 Green Street, Annapolis, MD | Asbury, 87 West Street, Annapolis, MD
PARKING: Street parking in downtown Annapolis is limited during the festival. The pay garage located at One Park Place, Annapolis, MD, is likely your best option.
Tickets can be purchased online or in person at Maryland Hall in Room 211.
Premium Pass ($400) includes a pass for all films and panels, priority admission up to 15 minutes before show time, the Opening Night Reception, Opening Night Film, Opening Night After-Party, Saturday Night BASH, Sunday Best of Fest, and coffee talks.
General Festival Pass ($145 or $50 for students with valid student ID cards) includes Opening Night Film and After-Party, unlimited films and panels, and Sunday Best of Fest.
One-Day Pass ($50) includes unlimited films and panels for the day of the pass only.
Individual tickets ($15 or $13 for seniors over 65 and students with valid student ID card) for a film or panel only.
Attend fascinating panels featuring filmmakers, actors, and other film experts. Emmy-winning actress and producer Lynn Whitfield will be participating in the Voices of Women in Film Panel on Sunday!
For the latest updates or to message the organizers, visit the Annapolis Film Festival Facebook page.
*All photos in this article are courtesy of the 7th Annual Annapolis Film Festival.
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