Durham, NC, March 24, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival (www.fullframefest.org), has announced that Advance Tickets are available for purchase through Wednesday, April 2. Advance Tickets are the first opportunity to secure individual tickets, and they are available until Wednesday, April 2, after which online sales will end and only Day of Show and Last Minute tickets will be available at the Festival. Although Advance Tickets are available for every film at the Festival, no more than four tickets can be purchased per film. Tickets are available online at www.fullframefest.org/boxoffice/ or by calling 1-800-514-3849, Monday-Friday 6 a.m.- 9 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Advance Tickets cost $15 plus an online convenience fee.
The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival will be held April 3-6 in downtown Durham. Recognized as the premier documentary film festival in the United States by both The New York Times and indieWIRE, Full Frame is an arena for documentary filmmakers to showcase their work theatrically in an environment that stimulates conversation and community between filmmakers, industry executives and the general public. For more information on attending the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, visit www.fullframefest.org.
"Tickets may be available until 15 minutes before a film begins; however, the best way to guarantee you get into the films you want to see is to buy in advance," said Israel Ehrisman, director of logistics for Full Frame. "Our online ticketing system makes this process easier than ever."
About Full Frame:
Founded in 1998, the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival celebrates the power and artistry of documentary film. Its mission is to provide documentary filmmakers with opportunities to showcase their work theatrically, stimulating conversation and community between filmmakers, industry executives and the general public. Full Frame is recognized as the premier documentary film festival in the United States by both The New York Times and indieWIRE and is well-known for its southern hospitality, relaxed atmosphere and walkable venue layout. During the past decade Full Frame has welcomed both first time and celebrated filmmakers including Martin Scorsese, Abbas Kiarostami, Michael Moore, Syndey Pollack, Errol Morris, Barbara Kopple, Ken Burns, Ric Burns, Charles Burnett, Mira Nair and Jonathan Demme.
The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival is produced by Doc Arts, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Its presenting sponsors are The New York Times and Duke University. For more information and up-to-date Festival announcements, please visit www.fullframefest.org.
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