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Copa Shorts Film Fest

TICKETS

 

TICKET INFORMATION

We’re so glad you’ve decided to attend Copa Shorts Film Fest!

Planning ahead has its perks.

You can purchase tickets in advance to save you a seat for: One or more of the 7 film blocks, a Day Pass, the short screenplay contest, and a Best of the Fest showing of the winning films.

There is also a Festival Awards/Wrap Party at the conclusion of the festival.

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PRICING

SINGLE SCREENING (Any one Film Block, Short Screenplay Contest or Best of the Fest)

General Admission: $12

Students/Seniors (65+): $10

Single screening block, day-of- show tickets may be purchased at the theater box office (as available).

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Have a question about buying tickets?

Please contact us at info@copashortsfilmfest.org

 

VIP ALL ACCESS PASS  $130

Who needs lines? With a VIP All Access Pass, your priority seating in UltraStar Theatre 1 speeds

things along. A CSFF 2017 VIP All-Access pass provides complimentary:

  • VIP access to every category block, short screenplay contest winners/table read and Best of Fest screening during our 2-day event
  • Priority seating at all screenings!
  • Entry to the Festival Opening Mixer! Hors d’oeuvres + musical entertainment by Arvel Bird
  • Entry to the Festival Awards/Wrap Party! Buffet + music by Gila River’s Smokestack Lightning blues band
  • CSFF 2017 T-shirt
  • Swag Bag

 

Copa Shorts Film Fest 1-Day Pass  

Saturday: 5 Category Film Blocks — $50

Sunday: 2 Category Film Blocks + Short Screenplay Winners/Table Read + Best of the Fest + includes Awards/Wrap Party with Buffet and Entertainment — $65

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VIP OPENING NIGHT MIXER (Friday February 17th)

Elements Event Center

Available only to Filmmakers, Sponsors, Press and VIP All Access Pass Holders

 

FESTIVAL AWARDS/WRAP PARTY (Sunday February 19th)

Elements Event Center

Wrap Party Only: $30 Food/Entertainment (General Admission)

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2 FILM INDUSTRY PROFESSIONAL WORKSHOPS (Saturday Morning February 18th)

Elements Event Center

No charge – Advanced registration required

Charging your Creative Spark (2/18/17 at 9:00 am), register here.

Guest Presenter: Julia Swift

Discover how to work out your creative muscles to come up with ideas for films of all genres. Learn how to move past the easy, first idea and onto the best idea that most closely aligns with your passion.

Julia Swift has produced, written, shot, directed and edited award-winning short films. Her TV and film scripts have been produced by Warner Bros., NBC, Universal, Fox, Regency, Sony and Dick Wolf Production. Three of her episodes (“Smallville” and “Hercules”) were “Pick of the Weeks” in Entertainment Weekly and TV Guide. BOLD, her coming of age novel, hit the top ten list in Amazon’s teen issues    category. Julia lives with her husband and son in Vermont, where she teaches at Champlain College and writes weekly movie reviews for the local FOX/ABC networks.

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Film Scoring for Film Makers (2/18/17 at 10:15 am), register here.

Guest Presenter: Brent Michael Davids

“Film Scoring for Film Makers” is an intensive workshop designed especially for producers, directors and editors — rather than musicians. Instruction includes decoding the basic film music vocabulary and film composer jargon, and a detailed examination of the four basic types of film scoring: Scoring the Action, Scoring the Cuts, Underscoring the Mood, and Underscoring Against the Action.

Film Composer Brent Michael Davids is the country’s top award-winning American Indian composer, and a citizen of the Mohican Nation in Wisconsin. Davids received the Best Original Music Composition award in 2015 at the Native American Indian Film Festival of the Southeast for his orchestral score to IROQUOIS CREATION STORY.

His career spans 40 years with original orchestral scores for films like Silent Enemy (1996), The Business Of Fancy Dancing (2002), Dreamkeeper (2003), The World Of American Indian Dance (2003), Last Of The Mohicans (1929/2003), Bright Circle (2007), Raccoon & Crawfish (2007), and Opal (2012) that appeared on ABC, NBC, Hallmark, CBS, NPR, PBS and NAPT. Davids received his MS from ASU.

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Seating Policy

Admission to film blocks and events is in the following order:

VIP Pass Holders/Filmmakers

Day Pass Holders

General Admission

VIP pass holders and filmmakers are admitted to the theater 20 minutes before each film block or event. Day Pass holders will be admitted following VIP/Filmmakers. General Admission tickets will be admitted on seat available basis.

 

Will Call

Individual VIP PASSES and 1-DAY PASSES must be picked up at our Will Call desk in the lobby prior to your first screening. We will not mail any tickets.

Will Call opens 1 HOUR prior to the first screening of the day.

 

NOTICE

All ticket sales are final. No refunds, exchanges or reprints on any purchases. We are not responsible for lost, stolen or misplaced tickets. We will be unable to admit patrons without tickets, day passes or VIP status.

If a theatre has reached capacity, single screening tickets will be honored on a space available basis at another film block.