The 2018 Annapolis Film Festival is just around the corner! Dozens of films by countless filmmakers will be screened, March 22-25.
Movie buffs will love the upcoming Annapolis Film Festival — four full days of screenings, parties, and more! The festival now also has a new theme titled “Voices Strong. Minds Open,” which both local films and international films from virtually every part of the world will reflect as festival goers enjoy an eclectic palate of films.
Tickets to the festival are already on sale — Multiple ticket options are available from student and one-day passes starting at $50, all the way up to premium All-Access VIP passes costing $2,500.
The Annapolis Film Festival is more than just a local film fest; bigger titles that will screen at this year’s event include the U.S. debut of The Miracle Season, which stars Hollywood actress Helen Hunt.
Must-see films debuting at this year’s event also include Come Sunday, which stars Martin Sheen (Apocalypse Now), and the political thriller Beirut — which will be the first film to screen on opening night. The weekend’s full event schedule can be found here.
The festival’s five venues are all located in downtown Annapolis within walking distance of one another, but guests can also use the Free City Circulator that operates within the town of Annapolis.
Click here to view the film list and movie descriptions.
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