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Full Frame Documentary Film Festival passes go on sale today

Posted January 5, 2012

Each April, thousands of people make their way to Downtown Durham for the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival. This word-class, four-day smorgasbord of non-fiction cinema serves up over 100 films, plus discussions and panels. Tickets to the individual screenings sell out quickly once offered to the public, but you can avoid this foreseeable disappointment by purchasing festival passes beginning today at 11:00 a.m.

Passes get you first crack at the films you want to see and give you unlimited access to the last minute lines at the event. There are four types of passes, each offering different levels of perks, some of which include admittance to the Opening Night party, VIP access to the Hospitality Suite, an invite to the Awards Barbecue, and a handsome tote bag of goodies. Pass prices range from $100 to $550. A bit of advice: the lower priced passes sell out FAST, so if you want one, order it today!

See a detailed list of all passes, what’s included with each one, and purchase passes online through the Full Frame site. You can also buy them in person at the Duke University Box Office. Either way, you’ll pick up the actual pass at the festival beginning Wednesday, April 11.


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