2012 Tacoma Film Festival
Heading into the seventh year of existence, the Tacoma Film Festival has the best line-up of films to date – check out the schedule at TacomaFilmFestival.com. There is a movie for everyone – from family flicks to documentaries, foreign films to animation and an entire two days dedicated to our Pacific Northwest local films.
All festival movie and event tickets are on sale NOW – so stop by the Grand Cinema to snag the ones you want right now or go on-line at TacomaFilmFestival.com. If you want the full festival experience purchase an All Access Festival Pass right now for only $150, the VIP Festival Pass for only $125 or your Weekend Festival pass for only $75. For more information call 253-593-4474 or visit TacomaFilmFestival.com. The official 2012 Tacoma Film Festival program is here and can be picked up at the Grand Cinema or at local area businesses. For media or industry passes please contact: email@example.com.
Great things happening @ the 2012 Tacoma Film Festival:
- Opening Night Thursday, October 4: start the festival off with an enjoyable evening accompanied by good friends and delicious food starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Annie Wright School, located at 827 N. Tacoma Ave. All in attendance will receive hearty appetizers provided by Maxwell’s Restaurant and a viewing of the Opening Night movie selection, The Taiwan Oyster, followed by an in-person interview with film producer and co-writer, Mitchell Jarrett.
- Friday Night Presentation of Starbuck (playing at the Blue Mouse)
- Friday Premier Films @ the Grand Cinema – ALL PACIFIC NORTHWEST PREMIER FILMS, check out the line-up @ TacomaFilmFestival.com
- After Hours Parties all weekend @ Maxwell’s Restaurant, Doyle’s Public House and Farrelli’s Pizza on 6th
- FREE Sunday Morning Filmmakers Workshop presented by Warren Etheredge
- Filmmakers in attendance all weekend long (check schedule for those films: TacomaFilmFestival.com)
- Sunday Night Premier Film & Awards Celebration, October 7: finish off the weekend with a great film – Valley of Saints – preceded by the presentation of Festival Awards.
- Closing Night Thursday, October 11: all good things must come to an end, but not before the must see Closing Night film, The Do-Deca Pentathlon, playing at the Grand Cinema. The film will begin at 6:30 p.m. with a post film discussion with lead actor, Mark Kelly and a delicious dinner provided by The Social Bar & Grill.
The Tacoma Film Festival’s mission is to connect our community to film. Hosted by the Grand Cinema, Pierce County's only non-profit art house movie theater.