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Savannah Film Festival passes go on sale in time for holidays

The Savannah College of Art and Design announced that passes for the 12th annual Savannah Film Festival, Oct. 31-Nov. 7, 2009, are now on sale—just in time for the holiday season.
Passes are available for four different levels, entitling patrons to various levels of access to festival activities and screenings.
A Reserved Seating Pass may be purchased for $750 and grants patrons admittance to all film screenings, workshops, lectures and evening receptions during the Savannah Film Festival. The Reserved Seating Pass also provides each holder a reserved seat in the VIP section for all screenings, up to 15 minutes prior to the start of shows.

A Gold Pass may be purchased for $500 and allows patrons admittance to all film screenings, workshops, lectures and evening receptions during the festival.

A Silver Pass may be purchased for $300 and allows admittance to all film screenings, workshops, lectures, and opening and closing night receptions.
A Bronze Pass may be purchased for $200 and entitles patrons to attend all scheduled films.
Passes can be purchased at the SCAD box office, 216 E. Broughton St., online at www.scadboxoffice.com or by phone at 912.525.5050.
The Savannah Film Festival features independent, innovative and influential films from around the world, as well as workshops, panel discussions, and presentations by well-known visiting artists and filmmakers.

Special guests in attendance at previous festivals have included Malcolm McDowell, Peter O’Toole, Kathleen Turner, Danny Glover, Milos Forman and Alec Baldwin.

SCAD students from the university’s more than 40 academic disciplines participate in the festival to learn about the art of filmmaking from industry leaders.
For more information, contact the SCAD box office at 912.525.5050.

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