DURHAM, NC (WNCN) — Passes go on sale Tuesday for the 25th annual Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in Durham.
The four-day festival is approaching in April and will be held virtually again this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The festival “is an annual international event dedicated to the theatrical exhibition of non-fiction cinema,” according to Full Frame’s website. The festival is a program organized by the Center for Literature Studies at Duke University, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
The submission period has ended, but the featured films won’t be announced until March 17.
Festival passes, which allow holders to see all features and shorts, as well as filmmakers’ Q&A sessions, cost $150. No ticket reservations are required.
Single tickets for the feature films go on sale March 29 and cost $12. The ticket price includes access to a feature film and any Q&A associated with the filmmakers.
Tickets for the shorts will also go on sale March 29 and will cost viewers $8 to see each short. The prize also includes access to any question and answer sessions from the associated filmmakers.
Festival passes go on sale at 11 a.m. today.
Full Frame runs from April 7-10.