PHILADELPHIA, PA — The Philadelphia Film Society has announced that badges for the 30th Philadelphia Film Festival (PFF30) are now on sale.
PFF30 will take place October 21 – October 31 with screenings being held at all PFS venues; Philadelphia Film Center, PFS Bourse Theater, and PFS Drive-In at the Navy Yard. PFF30 is offering three badge levels – Weekend Badge ($175), All Access Badge ($500), and VIP Badge ($1500). As a PFF30 badge holder, attendees never need to buy a ticket, receive priority admission to all screenings, and get special perks at the Festival Lounge. From July 23 – July 30 patrons can purchase badges for 20% off full price during the Fest for Less promotional sale.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Philadelphia Film Festival, as well as the 20th anniversary of the Philadelphia Film Society and with the return to the in-person Festival and the opening of the PFS Bourse Theater in Old City, there will be a lot to celebrate during the 11 day Festival in October.
PFF30 offers 3 badge options for audiences to choose from. The Weekend Badge ($175) allows Festival goers who can’t make it for the whole Festival to choose either a Weekend A (October 21-24) or Weekend B (October 28-31) and get the PFF experience for 4 days. The All Access Badge ($500) gives attendees the star-quality Festival experience with priority admission to all screenings during the Film Festival, admission to Opening & Closing Night films and parties, and other perks. The VIP Badge ($1500), available in limited quantity, allows attendees to arrive in style for the 11 days of the Philadelphia Film Festival with reserved seating at every screening, a ticket to M. Night Shyamalan’s Halloween party, and more.
The full PFF30 lineup will be unveiled in early October. Individual tickets will be available shortly thereafter. Please check back Filmadelphia.org/Festival for updates.
PFS Members Save More, learn more about membership and become a member by visiting Filmadelphia.org/Membership.
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