International Film in Vermont

{ Friday, October 20th – Sunday, October 29th } VTIFF: Vermont International Film Festival showcases world cinema in Burlington.

Burlington goes international this month as the Vermont International Film Festival (VTIFF) brings ten days of screenings to the state’s largest city from Friday, October 20th to Sunday, October 29th. Venues for the film festival include Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center and Burlington City Arts. A full program of festival events will be available October 4th. Dozens of films and filmmakers from around the world will converge, running the gamut in format and genre: expect fiction and nonfiction, shorts and features, live action and animation, and storytelling moods of all kinds. Panel discussions with filmmakers and an animation workshop will also grace the festival.

Gold Passes ($125) grant entry to every screening, and two passes for folks at the same address can be purchased for $200. Students with valid ID get in for $60, and $75 grants visitors access to ten screenings of their choosing. VTIFF also encourages membership and donations beyond the festival passes, and offers a series of exclusive perks for those who support lending extra financial support to help the festival bring world class cinema to the Burlington community.

Vermont International Film Festival (VTIFF)
Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center
3rd Floor, 60 Lake Street
Burlington City Arts
2nd Floor, 135 Church Street
Burlington, Vermont
Friday, October 20 through Sunday, October 29
Tickets: $125 all screenings pass, $200 two passes from same address, $60 students with ID, $75 for 10 screenings
Top Image from City of Joy, courtesy Vermont International Film Festival
Nathan FrontieroInternational Film in Vermont

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