Dallas VideoFest 27 Takes Screenings To Community

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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.

DALLAS VIDEOFEST 27 Fact Sheet

WHAT: VideoFest 27 presented by the Video Association of Dallas

WHEN and WHERE:

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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