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Attending the Festival

Yes. Both students and seniors get a 5% discount on all pass or ticket sales. Discounts are not available on merch.

Yes. You can buy a ticket to any of our shows at the festival, before the show. Tickets are $10 and are not available online (with the exception of Lost Highway).

Tickets to Lost Highway are $15 and can be purchased online here.

No, the event is free and open to public, but passholders will be admitted first and the venue only seats a limited amount of people.

No, but if you are not a filmmaker, you will need your VIP pass. The event is only open to VIP pass holders, filmmakers, and special guests. 

No, the event is free and open to the public, but if you want to enjoy the free buffet and reserved seating for the event, you will need a pass, at least. 

You can purchase passes online here, or in person at the festival.

To purchase a ticket to a single show, you must purchase it at the festival, at the door. Individual tickets are not available online in advance. Tickets to Lost Highway, are the only exception, and you can purchase them online here.

To attend the festival you just need a pass or ticket to a film. An All-Access pass will get you access to every event in the festival, except the Filmmaker Brunch, and a VIP pass will get you into everything including the brunch.

You can also purchase tickets to single screenings if you don’t have a pass. Tickets to a single screening can only be purchased in person at the festival. Single screening tickets are $10 (with the exception of the 4K restoration of Lost Highway).

Thank you! We appreciate your support. You can pick up your pass(es) in person at the festival at Residence Inn, 600 W Gaines St, on Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. or Sunday, at Cap City Video Lounge, 636-1 Railroad Square, from 1:00 p.m onward. 


Yes. You can attend our secret screening on Sunday for free; our Saturday night party, “Giallo Disco” at The Bark for free (although only passholders have access to the free buffet and reserved seating); and the Awards ceremony at Cap City Video Lounge on Sunday for free (although passholders will be admitted first). 

As the only 501(c)3 nonprofit film festival in Tallahassee though, donations are also greatly appreciated.

There are over 50 films playing at the festival. Browse the films here, or see the schedule here. You can also grab a PDF of the schedule here.

If you’re buying online via this website, we accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, or PayPal. If you’re buying in person at the festival, we accept cash, all major credit cards, Venmo, CashApp, and PayPal. No personal checks please. 

Only like our best idea ever!

A 1970s Italian horror film-inspired dance party with live music from Joe Kalicki and live visuals by filmmaker Dave Rodriguez at The Bark.

The event runs from 10 p.m. to midnight on Saturday 9/3 and is open to the public with no cover. TFF passholders have access to reserved seating and a free taco bar!

The festival is Labor Day weekend, Saturday and Sunday, September 3 – 4, 2022.

You can purchase tickets or passes during the festival dates at any of the venues listed on our Festival page here

The festival is at multiple venues around downtown and the Gaines Street/Railroad Square district in Tallahassee, Florida. Venues for 2022 include the Residence Inn & Suites, Cap City Video Lounge, Hyatt House, and the Challenger Learning Center IMAX.

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