Explore a world of creativity at this year's Annapolis Film Festival, coming up March 26-29. The fest features 70+ films and celeb guests.
Throughout the four-day festival, you'll interact with industry guests, filmmakers and actors, and will have the chance to check out panel discussions, parties and movie premieres.
Highlights of this year's festival include appearance by Rory Culkin, star of "Gabriel," a movie about a troubled man now aware of his mental illness. The premiere will then be followed by a Q&A sessions with Culkin and writer/director Lou Howe.
The opening night film is "The Rewrite," starring Hugh Grant as an actor turned screenwriting professor.
Special events during the festival include a comedy workshop, an opening night after-party and a party Saturday night that is sure to be a place for good networking.
Find out more on all 70+ films here.
- Four-day general festival pass: $105
- Four-day student pass: $40 (Valid ID required: Current school ID, 25 & under)
- One-day festival Pass: $40
- Adult tickets: $12
- Senior and student tickets: $8
All four-day passes include the opening night film, the after-party and unlimited films and panel discussions. Films take place at St. John’s College Francis Key Auditorium (March 26), Maryland Hall Auditorium (March 29), Maryland Hall gym (March 27-29) and St. Anne's Parish Hall (March 27-28.)
Annapolis is located about an hour from downtown D.C.