Give the gift of MFF Membership…and Receive!

The holidays are coming!  If you’re looking for the perfect gift for your partner, friend, or fellow film-lover, nothing compares to Maryland Film Festival membership! It couldn’t be easier.  Order a gift membership by December 14th and we will send your recipient (or you, if you prefer) a unique MFF holiday card acknowledging your gift AND also give you 3 FREE MONTHS of Maryland Film Festival membership as a thank you for supporting us!  Already a member?  We’ll add 3 months onto your existing membership!  Never been a member?  You can try us out for 3 months!  Give a gift, get a gift – this is what the holidays are all about!  Just give us a call at 410-752-8083 to set it up.

Maryland Film Festival membership gives you access to DOZENS of free screenings and film events year-round, special access at our annual festival in May, discounts on film festival merchandise – but most importantly – supports the work of the Maryland Film Festival as we work to bring the best of independent film to Baltimore and unite filmmakers with audiences in an atmosphere that is relaxing and fun.
Friends of the Festival recently enjoyed free passes to FLIGHT starring Denzel Washington; SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK starring Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro; Steve James‘ award-winning documentary, THE INTERRUPTERS; the Wachowski‘s new film CLOUD ATLAS; Steven Spielberg‘s LINCOLN; our John Travolta Tribute screenings of GET SHORTY and PULP FICTION; MFF Alum Jamie Travis‘ new comedy FOR A GOOD TIME, CALL; THE WORDS starring Bradley Cooper and Jeremy Irons; Tim Burton‘s ABRAHAM LINCOLN: VAMPIRE HUNTER starring Benjamin Walker; and SAFETY NOT GUARANTEED starring Aubrey Plaza and Mark Duplass, and more!

To give a gift membership, just call our office at 410-752-8083 to arrange by phone.  Basic memberships start at just $50!  Click here for more information on membership levels and benefits.


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