Monday, November 24, 2008

Anchorage International Film Festival Program Guide and Tickets

This week's Press should have the whole AIFF program in it. But for those of you who want it early, there's a peek below. Of course you can get your PDF copy from the website I downloaded it last week and again today, but I can't seem to get the bottom of page 11 or pages 12, 14, or 16. Fortunately, the critical page is 15 which has the week's schedule.

Ticket Prices:

The price is $7 for most screenings.(See the program guide for special prices on classic movies, family matinees and Snowdance shorts.)

A six-pack punch card good for any six screenings is also available for $36.

Special event tickets for the opening night gala, Martini Matinee and the Golden Oosikar Awards are available at the venues the day of the event.

All Events Pass is $75 includes all the films and special events.
All Films Pass is $60.

Advance Passes Punch card Purchases

Purchase your festival passes or punch cards in advance or during the festival at the Bear Tooth Theatrepub, AMIPA or

Note: AMIPA is on the 3rd floor of the UAA Library. I can't find the link on the website for purchasing tickets.

The Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center and Regal Fireweed will also sell passes and punch cards during the festival's run.

Note again: Pages 11, 12, 14, and 16 are missing. You can enlarge the pages with down arrow on the right. You can also print the pages full size. I'm posting the top of page 11 (I had to delete 11 for it to work with Scribd] below.
Anchorage International Film Festival 2008 Online Guide
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Top of Page 11 - Double Click to enlarge

A lot of people have done a lot of volunteer work to make this film festival possible so go through the program and find something you like. If you're going to see at least ten films (that's one per day, or several bunched up on the weekends) then get the All Film Pass for $60 (and save $10).

There's also stuff for kids.

Disclaimer: I'm not affiliated with the Festival. They liked how I blogged last year's festival and they've given me one free All Film Pass. They may even link to here, but I otherwise I'm just a film lover who's pushing the festival in general so that we have enough attendance that this becomes a regular event.

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