Dallas VideoFest 27 Takes Screenings To Community



The Video Association of Dallas is pleased to announce the Dallas VideoFest 27 will be taking screenings directly to various communities around the Dallas area. This is a first for the long-running Festival. Dallas VideoFest opens Wednesday, October 8, 2014, at Dallas City Performance Hall, debuting Alfred Hitchcock’s first silent movie thriller, THE LODGER.  Following opening night, Thursday, October 9 – Sunday, October 12, DVF27 will take over 2 screens at the Alamo Drafthouse Richardson. Monday, October 13, DVF27 will screen a special Native American film on Columbus Day on the UTA campus. Community screening on Tuesday, October 14 – 15 will be at the South Dallas Cultural Center. Then the Festival concludes October 16-19 at the Angelika Film Center in the Mockingbird Station with 2 screens.


WHAT: VideoFest 27 presented by the Video Association of Dallas


Oct. 8 — Hitchcock’s THE LODGER opening night with Dallas Chamber Symphony

Dallas City Performance Hall

2520 Flora St, Dallas, TX 75201


Oct. 9 – 12 — 2 screens

Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas Richardson

100 S. Central Expressway #14

Richardson, Texas 75080


Oct. 13 — Native American community screening with Native American Student Association

University of Texas at Arlington

Fine Art Building

701 S. Nedderman Drive

Arlington, TX 76019


Oct. 14 and 15 — African American community screening

South Dallas Cultural Center

3400 S. Fitzhugh Ave.

Dallas, TX 75201


Oct. 16 – 19 — 2 screens

Angelika Film Center

5321 E. Mockingbird Ln.

Dallas, TX 75206


For information on parking, please visit: http://videofest.org/dallas-videofest-parking-information/

PASSES and TICKETS: Available online at http://videofest.org/passes/#.U-j-fYBdW_M

Opening Night tickets: $19-$59

  • $19 – Regular Admission
  • $34  – Preferred Seating
  • $59  – VIP Tickets with After Party Access to meet the composer and members of the orchestra

Opening Night tickets available online at http://www.showclix.com/event/chambersymphony2


All-Festival Pass: $250

Student Passes: $150  (with Student ID)

Weekend Passes: $50

Day Passes: Saturday or Sunday: $25    


Individual tickets:  

$8/regular programs

Spotlight showcases will vary

Seniors and students tickets: $6/regular programs


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