PURCHASE YOUR FESTIVAL PASS NOW
1-Pass: $35.00. One film only, includes PTFF membership and discounts (see below)
6-Pack: $100.00. See up to 6 films, shareable with others
Festival Pass: $185.00. Unlimited films per pass, cannot be shared non-transferable
Director Pass: $650.00 ($450.00 tax deductible). Unlimited films, exclusive party invitations and Concierge Service (no waiting in line, see below)
Mogul: $1250.00 ($1000.00 tax deductible). Unlimited films, exclusive party invites and Concierge Service (no waiting in line, see below)
Buy your Pass at later hours
We have extended our hours of operation at Hospitality to 8pm this year, so if you’re arriving late on Friday you can still pick up or buy your pass!
All passes come with one year PTFF membership cards. Members receive Invitations to year-round events, library privileges as well as discounts at the Rose Theatre and Pane d’Amore Bakery.
Click HERE to purchase passes.
Cotton Building 607 Water Street
Thursday, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Saturday, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
At the Hospitality Center
Pick up your passes, lanyards and vouchers
Pick up your Festival Program
Buy DVDs and swag from filmmakers
Get info and daily newsletters for updates
Free Coffee Public Restrooms
LOST & FOUND
Lost and Found is located in the Cotton Building. All items left at any venue will be transported to The Lost and Found, so if you leave your cell phone, your coat or your water bottle, for example, the great volunteers in the Hospitality Lounge will have it safe for you!
60 minutes before showtime: Go to the theatre where film will be shown, show your pass, and pick up a numbered ticket. This is first-come, first-served basis and guarantees you a seat. Once you have a ticket, you may leave the line until 30 minutes before showtime, at which point you will line up with other moviegoers according to your ticket number. People seem to enjoy the jostle of finding their place in the line.
30 minutes before showtime: The numbered ticketholder line moves one by one into the theatre. If you have a numbered ticket and the line has already started to move when you return to the venue, you’re still guaranteed a seat. If you can’t find your numbered place in line, you simply join at the back; you are still guaranteed a seat. Directors and Moguls - look for the theatre manager who will grant you immediate access to locate a seat of your choosing.
Latecomers: If you show up after the 30-minute deadline with your pass but don’t have a numbered ticket, or you are a Director or Mogul passholder who has not reserved a ticket, go immediately to the theatre manager to see if there’s availability. If the house is full, there will be time to get to a different venue and still get a seat for another great film.
RUSH TICKETS - $12 - When a theatre is not filled, we sell tickets for that film. Rush-ticket buyers (who have no passes) gather in the rush-ticket line. Once the passholder line starts moving, the theatre managers know exactly how many seats are available. Rush tickets are sold 10 minutes before the movie begins until the lights go down.
Our Concierge Service is for Patrons with a Director or Mogul Pass only. Meet your concierge when you pick up your pass at the Hospitality Center. You can set up your entire schedule immediately or call her throughout the weekend for personal reservation service and recommendations.
While you watch movies your children can have fun at Firefly’s Film Camp
Firefly Academy is pleased to announce Film Camp! An exciting option for
Kids during the festival weekend!
Drop your children ages 2.5 and up off at Firefly's convenient downtown
location, 842 Washington Street, Suite 104.
Activities for all ages: Lego animation, claymation, arts and crafts and
so much more! $10/hr first child, $5/hr second child. Or save with a Film Camp Pass! Unlimited hours over Film Fest Weekend
Hours: 4-10 Friday, 9-10 Saturday and by request on Sunday.
For more information click HERE or call 379-1129.
Look for a PTFF baseball hat! Every venue line has one or two CROWD LIASONS who can answer your festival questions. Managers, wearing black PTFF hats can also assist you. Information booths are located on our map on the back of the program.
The official iPhone app for the Port Townsend Film Festival, September 19 - 21, 2014.
- Complete schedule of films and special events
- Details and screenshots of each film
- Location based maps of all venues
- Build your own personal schedule
- Share your favorites on Twitter, Facebook, SMS, or email
Click HERE for a larger map.
Northwest Maritime Center (431 Water Street) 140 seats
Limited concessions available. Elevator to Theatre. Wheelchair seating available.
Peter Simpson Free Cinema – Sponsored by Port Townsend Arts Commission at the American Legion Hall (209 Monroe Street) 100 seats.
Our free indoor-movie venue is named in honor of Peter Simpson, a founder and past Executive Director of the PTFF. He was also founder of the Port Townsend Arts Commission. Wheelchair accessible.
Taylor Street Outdoor Cinema – Sponsored by Kitsap Bank
(211 Taylor Street) Free to the public, our outdoor theatre is located under the stars Fri, Sat and Sun nights. Festivities start at 6:45 p.m. Some straw bales are available, but it’s best to bring seating and blankets. Donations gratefully accepted.
Rose Theatre – 157 seats Sponsored by The Car Wash
and Rosebud Cinema – 87 seats Sponsored by Kristin Manwaring Insurance
(both located at 235 Taylor Street) Concessions are available inside the theatre.
Starlight Room – 45 seats Sponsored by The Silverwater Cafe
(237 Taylor Street, 3rd Floor). Concessions and Silverwater menu items available, full bar.
Key City Public Theatre - 419 Washington Street
• Turn off all cell phones, text messaging devices, pagers, beepers and
other electronic devices during all programs.
• Food, other than what is sold at the theatre is not allowed in venues.
• Recording devices of any kind are strictly prohibited.
• Seat-saving will make you very unpopular!
• Children younger than six are permitted only at the
Taylor Street Outdoor Cinema.
• Check program timing! Runtimes do not include Q&A sessions or introductions.
We have staggered the film start times to help you see as many films as possible.
Parental discretion is advised. Most of the films are not rated.
• Out of kindness to the people who sit on the straw bales, NO DOGS
on Taylor Street please.
EAT, DRINK AND BE MERRY
Split Screen Cafe & Tavern - at the corner of Taylor and Washington Street features beverages from PT Brewing, Dry Soda and wine. Non-alcoholic drinks here too. Sideshow Variety is hosting a booth that sells grilled cheese sandwiches and tomato soup. An excellent choice for a quick snack in between movies and to pick up some PTFF merchandise. 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Area 51 Cocktail Lounge–Pope Marine Park Building– 603 Water Street, on the wharf, behind the Hospitality Center. Sit and sip a cocktail made with organically distilled spirits or a non-alcoholic beverage with others who share your love of indie film. Panels for and about filmmakers held daily. 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!
Programs are subject to change. “The Daily Reel,” your festival newsletter, is hot off the press Fri and Sat, 4 p.m. at all venues, the Hospitality Center, information booths and at the Magic Lantern Wine and Beer Garden on Taylor Street. On Sunday, the newsletter is available at noon.
10am Saturday & Sunday at Area 51 (Pope Marine Park Building)
Coffee and film talk, what better way to start the day? Free for passholders
Special Story Telling with Filmmakers on Sunday morning!
CONGRATULATE A FILMMAKER. ALL WELCOME AT SUNDAY’S AWARD CEREMONY
Join us to celebrate our filmmakers! Even if you don’t have a pass you can attend the awards ceremony, and watch film clips from our winners, at the Rose Theatre, Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Jury awards are presented for Best Films in five categories. We will also reveal the winner of your Audience Choice Awards, Spirit of PTFF and The Big Cheese Award awarded by Mount Townsend Creamery.
BIG BASH AWARDS PARTY FOR MOGULS & DIRECTOR PASSHOLDERS
If you have a Director or Mogul Level Pass, please join us for an exclusive party with the filmmakers on Sunday, 8:30 p.m., Pope Marine Building.
Parking downtown is limited, but you can easily walk to all seven of our theatres. And
our free festival shuttle takes you to all of our venues. Park at the Jefferson Transit Park-and-Ride near Safeway, at the Visitor’s Information Center, 440 12th Street. Take Jefferson Transit downtown and continue your festival travels on our free PTFF shuttle bus (See Map for the festival bus route.) Sorry, NO Jefferson Transit on Sunday. Best bet: Park Uptown or on the hill and take the shuttle bus downtown.
TAKE HOME A SOUVENIR
We carry PTFF logo clothing, caps, mugs, posters and filmmakers’ DVDs. The 2014 festival poster and signed prints by artist Anne Schreivogl are for sale. Merchandise is available on Taylor Street, thanks to Sideshow Variety staffing our Wine and Beer Garden and sales booth.
WHERE’S THE RESTROOM?
All theatres have restrooms. There are public restrooms at The Cotton Building, 607 Water St. Portable restrooms are on the corner of Taylor and Washington.
WE SUPPORT RECYCLING
Clearly marked bins are on Taylor Street, at the Peter Simpson Free Cinema and the Hospitality Center.
WIN A 2015 MOGUL PASS! FILL OUT OUR EMAIL FEEDBACK FORM
Your feedback is one of the most valuable gifts you can give us. After the Festival, we’ll email you a link to our survey. As a thank you, you will be entered into a drawing for a 2015 Mogul pass. Please complete by October 15, 2014.