Saturday, October 14, 2006

Badges, passes, and tickets explained

» When it comes to getting into screenings at the Austin Film Festival, the rules are pretty simple:

  • Badge holders ($95 and up) get in first (30 minutes before showtime),
  • followed by Film Pass holders ($35),
  • followed by those people who buy individual tickets.
Individual tickets are sold only at the venues, and only right before the screening. There are no advance sales for individual tickets. Seating is first-come first-served and many screenings do fill up completely.

» Panels and parties are open only to those festivalgoers who buy a badge. A day badge admits you to Conference panels on Saturday, a weekend badge to Saturday and Sunday panels. A Conference Badge admits you to all of the panels and some of the parties, while an all-access Producer's Badge gets you in to all the Festival events (with the exception of the Awards Luncheon) from October 19th - 26th - the WGAE Opening Night Party, the Film Texas BBQ, the Hair of the Dog Brunch, and more. A full list of parties, including the pre-Festival "Film and Food" benefit, can be found here.

Check out the full range of badges and benefits in our online store.

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