Chattanooga Film Festival Badges Now On Sale

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

The pre-sale of three varying levels of Chattanooga Film Festival badges began Wednesday.

#CFF is scheduled for April 3-6. The event will offer four days of independent films, five education panels to local and regional  filmmakers and social events for filmmakers and fans of cinema.

The three levels of festival badges are below with detailed descriptions on what each allows access to. The VIP badge is $210, the Festival Badass badge is $150 and the Filmlover badge is $75. General admission and MES After Hours screening tickets will go on sale on March 5.

The VIP badge is for the "die hards."  It provides guaranteed admission to all festival screenings, MES after hours screenings, industry panels, opening and closing night films and after parties, VIP lounge access, an invitation to Filmmaker Bash, a ticket to the Mimosa Morning Mixer and special #CFF merchandise.  

The Festival Badass badge provides an opportunity to network the fest by reserving a spot on a first-come, first-served basis to festival screenings. Also includes industry panels, closing film night, invitation to the Filmmaker Bash, and a ticket to the Mimosa Morning Mixer.  It does not include MES After Hours Screenings access.

The Filmlover badge allows access to festival screenings on a first-come, first-served basis. Because of limited seating, they are able to reserve a spot in their favorite film. Also includes a access to industry panels.  It does not include MES After Hours Screenings access.

“Our price points are competitive with festivals of our size, and we are extremely proud of what each badge offers,” said Chris Dortch, #CFF festival director. “The enthusiasm and responses that we have received thus far are sure to make this first year event successful.”

Visit www.chattanoogafilmfest.com/#/tickets to purchase festival badges. All major credit cards and debit cards accepted.

For the latest developments on event and film programming, visit www.chattanoogafilmfest.com, Like Chattanooga Film Festival on Facebook or follow @chattfilmfest on Twitter.



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