Chattanooga Film Festival Releases Full Schedule

Friday, March 21, 2014

The Chattanooga Film Festival is releasing its full schedule online Friday at All the films, documentaries, shorts, industry panels with guests and social events are listed. 

CFF has also released a FAQ page: The FAQ page provides details on badges, box office, general admission ticketing and more.  

“The CFF Team has worked for more than a year to not just create but to curate a film festival that right out of the gate was something special” said CFF Festival Director Chris Dortch. “We want to remind this city all the magic there is in going to the movies, not just this year but every year.”

CFF’s six social events are being launched on Facebook this week. The events are: Opening Night Cocktail Party at the Hunter Museum, Opening Night After Party at the Flying Squirrel, A Dramatic Ending at Alleia, Morning Mimosa Mixer at the Doubletree, Thrills & Chills at the Loose Cannon and the Closing Night Party at the Waterhouse Pavilion. Details and price information can be found on the Chattanooga Film Festival Facebook page.  

For more information visit, like Chattanooga Film Festival on Facebook or follow @chattfilmfest on Twitter.

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