How to PTFF

located at Northwind Arts Center, 701 Water Street

Click HERE for map.
Hours:
Thursday, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Saturday, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Sunday, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

At Hospitality, you can:
• Get info and updates
• Check in with LOST & FOUND
• Check-in with Concierge, for Director and Mogul passholders

Concierge Service is a benefit for patrons with Director or Mogul Passes that guarantees seating in films that have been reserved using the Concierge Service (arrival at the theatre is required 10 minutes before showtime). The Concierge team will take care of your reservation details, whether you setup your entire viewing schedule, or call and stop by throughout the weekend.

One Pass $35, one film at any theatre, includes PTFF membership and discounts (see below).

Six-Pack Pass $100, gives you access to 6 films, shareable with others.

Festival Pass $185, unlimited films, not shareable or transferable, includes the tasty Opening Night Dinner on Taylor Street.

Become a PTFF Patron:
Director $650 ($450 tax deductible donation)
, unlimited films with personalized Concierge service (seating is guaranteed if reserved with Concierge), exclusive parties with filmmakers, includes the tasty Opening Night Dinner on Taylor Street.

Mogul $1250 ($1000 tax deductible donation), unlimited films with personalized Concierge service (seating is guaranteed if reserved with Concierge), exclusive parties with filmmakers, includes the tasty Opening Night Dinner on Taylor Street and PTFF schwag.

All passes include a one-year PTFF membership card. Members receive our monthly e-mail newsletter, invitations to year-round events, access to our library of independent films (with over 1000 titles) as well as discounts from our business partners: Pane d’Amore, Rose Theatre, Port Townsend Fudge and more!

Click HERE to purchase your pass.

Step 1 Choose your films. Keep in mind that for popular films, lines may form early and some theatres have limited capacity.

Step 2 60 minutes before showtime:
Numbered tickets are distributed to each person with a valid pass. Each attendee must be present to receive a numbered ticket. These are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis and guarantee a seat.

Step 3 Doors open 30 minutes before showtime:
Line up with your pass and numbered ticket in hand. You may get into the line according to your ticket number, or join at the back.

Latecomers: If you’re a passholder arriving after the 30-minute deadline without a numbered ticket, see the theater manager (PTFF baseball hat) for availability. If the house is sold out, you will have time to get to a different theatre.

Rush Tickets - $12
Rush tickets are sold on a first-come first-served basis, to non-passholders waiting in the rush ticket-line. When a theatre doesn't fill up, tickets are sold 10 minutes before showtime until the lights go down. Cash only.

Ask a volunteer in a red hat or a theatre manager wearing a black baseball hat to assist you.

Click HERE for map.

All theatres are wheelchair accessible. Seating begins 30 minutes before showtime.

Key City Public Theatre (419 Washington Street) 66 seats. Concessions available.

Northwest Maritime Center (431 Water Street) 200 seats.

Peter Simpson Free Cinema at the Cotton Building (607 Water Street) 100 seats. Free to the public, this theatre has been named in honor of Peter Simpson, a founder and past Executive Director of PTFF. He was also a founder of the Port Townsend Arts Commission.

Taylor Street Outdoor Theatre (211 Taylor Street) Free to the public. The outdoor theatre is located under the stars Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. Festivities start at 7:15 p.m. Some straw bales are available, but it’s best to bring seating and blankets. No dogs allowed at the outdoor theatre. Donations gratefully accepted.

Rose Theatre and Rosebud Cinema (235 Taylor Street) 158 seats and 79 seats respectively. Concessions are available inside the theatre.

The Starlight Room (237 Taylor Street, 3rd Floor) 45 seats. Ages 21+ only at this theatre. Concessions available.

American Legion Theatre (209 Monroe Street) 250 seats.

• Recording devices of any kind are strictly prohibited.
• Seat-saving is not allowed.
• Children younger than six are permitted only at the Taylor Street Outdoor Theatre.
     Parental discretion is advised. Most of the films are not rated.
• Check program timing! Runtimes do not include Q&A sessions or introductions.

THE MAGIC LANTERN BEER & WINE GARDEN (at the corner of Taylor and Washington Street) features beverages from PT Brewing Co. and Chateau Ste. Michelle wine. Friday 6 p.m.–9 p.m., Saturday & Sunday Noon–9 p.m.

AREA 51: THE FESTIVAL BAR ON THE DOCK (Marine Park Community Building– 603 Water Street, across from the American Legion Theatre). Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday 1p.m. – 7 p.m. Happy Hour at 6 p.m. everyday. Sit and sip a cocktail made with organically distilled spirits or a non-alcoholic beverage with others who share your love of indie film. Filmmakers’ panels are held here on Saturday and Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. During panel discussions, minors are welcome. Thanks to our sponsors Bainbridge Organic Distillers and Chateau Ste. Michelle, all proceeds support our mission to inform and inspire with film!

Open to the public. Watch clips from the films in competition at the Rose Theatre, Sunday at 6:15 p.m. Jury awards are presented for Best Films in five categories. We will also reveal the winners of your Audience Choice Awards, Spirit of PTFF and The Big Cheese Award presented by Mount Townsend Creamery.

Taylor Street Outdoor Theatre will not operate in high winds, but light rain showers will not stop the show!

Firefly Academy is pleased to announce Film Camp! An exciting option for kids during the festival weekend. Drop your children ages 2 and a half and older at Firefly's convenient downtown location, 842 Washington Street, Suite 104. Activities for all ages include: Lego animation, claymation, arts and crafts. $10/hr first child, $5/hr second child. Or save with a Film Camp Pass: unlimited hours over Film Fest Weekend $100. Hours: 4-10 p.m. Friday, 9-10 p.m. Saturday and by request on Sunday. For more information click HERE or
call (360) 379-1129.

After November 1st, many films screened this weekend will be in our Library for members to check out. Come to our office at 211 Taylor Street, Suite 401A.

Port Townsend Film Festival
211 Taylor Street,
Suite 401A Port Townsend, WA 98368
(360)379-1333
email

How did we do? Come back here and fill out our survey to enter into a drawing for a 2016 Mogul Pass.
One week only!
Please complete by October 4, 2015.




How to PTFF

located at Northwin Arts Center, 701 Water Street

Click HERE for map.
Hours:
Thursday, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Saturday, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Sunday, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

At Hospitality, you can:
• Get info and updates
• Check in with LOST & FOUND
• Check-in with Concierge, for Director and Mogul passholders

Concierge Service is a benefit for patrons with Director or Mogul Passes that guarantees seating in films that have been reserved using the Concierge Service (arrival at the theatre is required 10 minutes before showtime). The Concierge team will take care of your reservation details, whether you setup your entire viewing schedule, or call and stop by throughout the weekend.

One Pass $35, one film at any theatre, includes PTFF membership and discounts (see below).

Six-Pack Pass $100, gives you access to 6 films, shareable with others.

Festival Pass $185, unlimited films, not shareable or transferable, includes the tasty Opening Night Dinner on Taylor Street.

Become a PTFF Patron:
Director $650 ($450 tax deductible donation)
, unlimited films with personalized Concierge service (seating is guaranteed if reserved with Concierge), exclusive parties with filmmakers, includes the tasty Opening Night Dinner on Taylor Street.

Mogul $1250 ($1000 tax deductible donation), unlimited films with personalized Concierge service (seating is guaranteed if reserved with Concierge), exclusive parties with filmmakers, includes the tasty Opening Night Dinner on Taylor Street and PTFF schwag.

All passes include a one-year PTFF membership card. Members receive our monthly e-mail newsletter, invitations to year-round events, access to our library of independent films (with over 1000 titles) as well as discounts from our business partners: Pane d’Amore, Rose Theatre, Port Townsend Fudge and more!

Click HERE to purchase your pass.

Step 1 Choose your films. Keep in mind that for popular films, lines may form early and some theatres have limited capacity.

Step 2 60 minutes before showtime:
Numbered tickets are distributed to each person with a valid pass. Each attendee must be present to receive a numbered ticket. These are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis and guarantee a seat.

Step 3 Doors open 30 minutes before showtime:
Line up with your pass and numbered ticket in hand. You may get into the line according to your ticket number, or join at the back.

Latecomers: If you’re a passholder arriving after the 30-minute deadline without a numbered ticket, see the theater manager (PTFF baseball hat) for availability. If the house is sold out, you will have time to get to a different theatre.

Rush Tickets - $12
Rush tickets are sold on a first-come first-served basis, to non-passholders waiting in the rush ticket-line. When a theatre doesn't fill up, tickets are sold 10 minutes before showtime until the lights go down. Cash only.

Ask a volunteer in a red hat or a theatre manager wearing a black baseball hat to assist you.

Click HERE for map.

All theatres are wheelchair accessible. Seating begins 30 minutes before showtime.

Key City Public Theatre (419 Washington Street) 66 seats. Concessions available.

Northwest Maritime Center (431 Water Street) 200 seats.

Peter Simpson Free Cinema at the Cotton Building (607 Water Street) 100 seats. Free to the public, this theatre has been named in honor of Peter Simpson, a founder and past Executive Director of PTFF. He was also a founder of the Port Townsend Arts Commission.

Taylor Street Outdoor Theatre (211 Taylor Street) Free to the public. The outdoor theatre is located under the stars Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. Festivities start at 7:15 p.m. Some straw bales are available, but it’s best to bring seating and blankets. No dogs allowed at the outdoor theatre. Donations gratefully accepted.

Rose Theatre and Rosebud Cinema (235 Taylor Street) 158 seats and 79 seats respectively. Concessions are available inside the theatre.

The Starlight Room (237 Taylor Street, 3rd Floor) 45 seats. Ages 21+ only at this theatre. Concessions available.

American Legion Theatre (209 Monroe Street) 250 seats.

• Recording devices of any kind are strictly prohibited.
• Seat-saving is not allowed.
• Children younger than six are permitted only at the Taylor Street Outdoor Theatre.
     Parental discretion is advised. Most of the films are not rated.
• Check program timing! Runtimes do not include Q&A sessions or introductions.

THE MAGIC LANTERN BEER & WINE GARDEN (at the corner of Taylor and Washington Street) features beverages from PT Brewing Co. and Chateau Ste. Michelle wine. Friday 6 p.m.–9 p.m., Saturday & Sunday Noon–9 p.m.

AREA 51: THE FESTIVAL BAR ON THE DOCK (Marine Park Community Building– 603 Water Street, across from the American Legion Theatre). Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday 1p.m. – 7 p.m. Happy Hour at 6 p.m. everyday. Sit and sip a cocktail made with organically distilled spirits or a non-alcoholic beverage with others who share your love of indie film. Filmmakers’ panels are held here on Saturday and Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. During panel discussions, minors are welcome. Thanks to our sponsors Bainbridge Organic Distillers and Chateau Ste. Michelle, all proceeds support our mission to inform and inspire with film!

Open to the public. Watch clips from the films in competition at the Rose Theatre, Sunday at 6:15 p.m. Jury awards are presented for Best Films in five categories. We will also reveal the winners of your Audience Choice Awards, Spirit of PTFF and The Big Cheese Award presented by Mount Townsend Creamery.

Taylor Street Outdoor Theatre will not operate in high winds, but light rain showers will not stop the show!

Firefly Academy is pleased to announce Film Camp! An exciting option for kids during the festival weekend.
Drop your children ages 2 and a half and older at Firefly's convenient downtown location, 842 Washington Street, Suite 104.
Activities for all ages include: Lego animation, claymation, arts and crafts. $10/hr first child, $5/hr second child.
Or save with a Film Camp Pass:
unlimited hours over Film Fest Weekend $100.
Hours: 4-10 p.m. Friday, 9-10 p.m. Saturday and by request on Sunday.
For more information click HERE or
call (360) 379-1129.

After November 1st, many films screened this weekend will be in our Library for members to check out. Come to our office at 211 Taylor Street, Suite 401A.

Port Townsend Film Festival
211 Taylor Street,
Suite 401A Port Townsend, WA 98368
(360)379-1333
email

How did we do? Come back here and fill out our survey to enter into a drawing for a 2016 Mogul Pass.
One week only!
Please complete by October 4, 2015.





The 16th Annual Film Festival
September 25, 26 and 27, 2015
211 Taylor Street, Suite 401A
PORT TOWNSEND, WA 98368
360-379-1333 • 360-379-O198 (fax)
Email Us
© 2015 PTFF


The 16th Annual Film Festival -September 25, 26 and 27, 2015
211 Taylor Street, Suite 401A • PORT TOWNSEND, WA 98368 • 360-379-1333 • 360-379-O198 (fax) Email Us
© 2015 PTFF