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PASSES

ALL ACCESS PASS

Summer Pre-Sale Price | NOW till July 9th | NOFS Members $240 I General $290
Early Bird Price | July 10th to August 29th | NOFS Members $265 I General $315
Regular Price | August 30th and on | NOFS Members $290 I General $340

NOFS Members get a $50 discount, so why not become one, here.

  • FREE admission to all festival screenings (220+ movie options to choose from), with reservations
  • Access to the Festival VIP Lounge at the New Orleans Advocate
  • Entry to exclusive NOFF 2019 parties and receptions every night of the Festival, which MovieMaker Magazine says “set the bar for U.S. film festivals.”
  • Early access to online reservations 
  • Priority entrance to all screenings
  • An advance copy of the Program Guide 

Click Here to Purchase Your Pass


WEEKENDER PASS | Valid from Friday, October 18th to Sunday, October 20th, 2019

Early Bird Price | July 10th to August 29th | NOFS Members $150 I General $175
Regular Price | August 30th and on | NOFS Members $170 I General $195

NOFS Members get a $25 discount, so why not become one, here.

  • Admission to all festival screenings and special presentations from Friday – Sunday, with prior reservations (approx. 60 options)
  • Admission to Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night parties
  • Access to the VIP Lounge at the New Orleans Advocate
  • Early access to online reservations
  • Priority entrance to all screenings
  • An advance copy of the Program Guide 

SIX FILM PASS | NOFS Members $50 I General $65

NOFS Members get a $15 discount, so why not become one, here.

  • Admission to six festival screenings (excludes Opening and Closing Night films)
  • Early access to online reservations
  • An advance copy of the Program Guide

Will be on sale on August 30, 2019.


STUDENT PASS | $60

  • Admission to all festival screenings
  • Early access to online reservations
  • Admission to the Saturday night party with prior reservation (must be 21 or over)
  • An advance copy of the Program Guide

Email a copy of your valid Student ID to info@neworleansfilmsociety.org receive a link to book your pass online. Will be available to purchase from August 30, 2019.


Passes do not guarantee admission to screenings. To guarantee a seat, free reservations must be secured in advance online or at any box office.

There will be $3 service fee applied to all pass purchases. 

FESTIVAL VENUES

THE CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER

Festival HUB – Screening Venue, Main Box Office, Pass Registration, Merchandise Store, Cinema Reset VR Exhibit, Music Video Lounge, and Bar

900 Camp St, New Orleans

Parking: Valet, street or adjacent lots.

Public Transit: One block from the streetcar stop (St. Charles streetcar line)

ADA Accessibility and seating available.



THE NEW ORLEANS ADVOCATE

Screening Venue and VIP Lounge

840 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans

Parking: Street or adjacent lots

Public transit: On the St. Charles streetcar line

ADA Accessibility and seating available.



THE ORPHEUM THEATER

Opening Night

129 Roosevelt Way, New Orleans

Parking: Street or adjacent lots

Public Transit: 1 block from the streetcar stop (4 lines on Canal St.)

ADA Accessibility, seating and assistive listening devices available per request.



THE BROAD THEATER

636 N Broad St, New Orleans

Parking: Free

Public Transit: A combination of streetcar and bus (Canal Streetcar – City Park/Museum streetcar line until Broad St. then bus #94 or streetcar till Basin St. and bus #32.

Bike via Lafitte Greenway.

Distance: 10 minutes by car from downtown New Orleans; 30 minutes via public transit and 15 minutes on a bike.

ADA accessibility and seating available.



THE PRYTANIA THEATRE

5339 Prytania St, New Orleans

Parking: Street

Public Transit: Two blocks from the streetcar stop (St. Charles streetcar line)

ADA Accessibility and seating available.

 

TICKETING

Do I need to print out the ticket I bought online or can it be scanned on my cell phone?
We are able to scan barcodes from tickets through electronic devices. We request that you pull up the PDF of your ticket ahead of time, while waiting in line. You can also visit any NOFF box office to have your tickets reprinted. Be prepared to show your order number, photo ID, and/or NOFS membership card.

When do online ticketing and reservations end?
Two hours before the listed start time for the film. After that, tickets can be purchased at any festival box office. Box Offices open one hour prior to showtime at each venue.

Can I get a student discount?
We have a Student Pass available for admittance to all festival screenings and the Saturday night party, with prior reservations.
Students can also purchase Buy One, Get One Free tickets for all matinee and regular screenings.
To purchase the pass online, email a copy of your student ID to info@neworleansfilmsociety.org and receive a discount code for the pass.
You must present valid student ID to purchase BOGO tickets in person.

Are NOFF purchases refundable?
All sales are final, including NOFF merchandise. Passes and tickets are neither refundable nor transferable. Only in a situation that a screening is canceled by NOFF will tickets be refunded.

I’m an NOFS member. How many tickets can I reserve at the member price?
You can reserve one ticket per membership at the discounted price (two tickets for dual memberships).

What methods of payment are accepted at NOFF box offices?
Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, and cash
Checks are accepted only for membership + donation with valid ID.

Why aren’t there more screenings of certain films?
Oftentimes studios and distributors limit the number of screenings and the number of tickets we can sell. If you aren’t able to secure a ticket for one of the more high-profile titles, don’t worry: the film will likely return for a regular theatrical run in our city or yours.

RUSH LINE
Rush Line forms 30 minutes before showtime at the corresponding venue.
All empty seats will be released approximately 10 minutes prior to the screening, and will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis to those in the rush line.
There is maximum of 1 ticket per person.
Most of the time, we are able to accommodate everyone in the Rush Line.

It is worth your time to stand in line!

PASSES

Passes are available for pick up only at the Festival Hub at Contemporary Arts Center. You must wear your pass to all NOFF screenings and events to gain access to the priority access lines, parties, and the VIP Lounge at the Advocate New Orleans.
Six Film, and Student Pass holders will not have a physical pass. You can reserve tickets online by logging in with your email address, or at any NOFF box office.

Can I flash my Pass and get into a movie?
No. All pass holders are required to reserve online and print tickets in advance of screenings, or secure them at any festival box office.

I lost my Pass. Can I get a replacement?
Please report to Pass Pick Up location at the Festival Hub at Contemporary Arts Center. Replacements will be handled on a case-by-case basis.
*Please note that there will be a fee assessed when addressing lost, forgotten, or stolen passes.

SEATING AND RESERVATIONS

What if I am running late?
To guarantee seating, you have to arrive 10 minutes before the start of the film, even if you have a ticket or reservation.
If you have not checked in 10 minutes before the screening time, NOFF releases your ticket or reservation for sale. This means there is no guarantee you will be admitted to the movie.
We do not issue refunds if ticket holders arrive late.

Can I save a place for my guest arriving later?
Saving space in line or seats in the theater is not permitted.

Can I bring outside food or drinks to a theater?
No. All the venues will have concessions offering drinks and snacks.

Are all Festival venues ADA accessible?
All venues meet ADA accessibility requirements.
Contact the NOFF two weeks in advance to request any additional accommodations. NOFF staff will make every effort to provide appropriate accommodations to ensure a positive and equitable experience for all our guests.

Can I bring my child to a movie during the Festival?
Most of the NOFF screenings are only appropriate for adults and are not suitable for younger audiences. Selected screenings will be marked as family-friendly in the program guide and those movies are recommended for wider audiences, including those under 18. We urge all filmgoers to read the full descriptions and view trailers, when available, on our website before making final selections.

Notice on filming and photography:
While attending the New Orleans Film Festival events, please be reminded that your photograph or image may be taken at any event, including inside or outside of buildings. As such, you hereby agree to relinquish any reasonable expectation of privacy and understand that the use of your image does not violate any right of privacy, law, regulation or agreement. Moreover, you hereby grant permission to New Orleans Film Society to use, or authorize others to use, any photograph, motion picture, image, recording, or any other record of your participation in activities within the film festival in whole or in part, in perpetuity, in all media and means, for commercial purposes or any other legitimate purpose for the New Orleans Film Festival.