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HOW TO FESTIVAL

PARKING:

You can find free, metered and paid parking options within a two block radius of The Charles Theatre. Click here to view a map of all available parking areas!
BOX OFFICE:

The Box Office is located in the tent village across the street from The Charles Theatre (1711 North Charles Street). We accept all major credit cards. Tickets will be available for the entire weekend at the box office. Click here for prices and more information!

Tickets will also be available on location at the MICA Brown Center (1301 Mount Royal Avenue) and The Windup Space (12 West North Avenue) for their respective programs.

If you have purchased a Groupon, just print it out and bring it to the Tent Village Box Office in order to exchange it for tickets.

The Box Office will open daily at 10am and close 15 minutes after the last program has begun.

Click here to view the MFF 2011 Film Schedule.

**PLEASE NOTE: TICKET HOLDERS MUST BE IN THEIR SEATS 15 MINUTES PRIOR TO A SCREENING’S START TIME TO GUARANTEE ADMISSION**

In the event of a sold out screening, a standby line will form at the entrance to the tent village, and we will sell empty seats based on availability.

WILL CALL:

All-Access passes and Friends of the Festival ticket packages will be available for pickup in the lobby of the MICA Brown Center tonight starting at 7pm, and then at the Friends of the Festival table in the Box Office tent for the rest of the weekend.

If you are a Friend of the Festival you can see free films before 6pm tomorrow! Just come to the FOF table to pick up your pass.

FOOD:

Click here for a comprehensive guide to food options at MFF!

Finally if you have any questions, or need assistance, don’t hesitate to ask one of our many friendly volunteers who will be available throughout the weekend!

THANK YOU AND HAVE A WONDERFUL TIME AT THE 2011 MARYLAND FILM FESTIVAL!!!


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