New Hope Film Festival presents movies from around the globe1 min readReading Time: < 1 minute
This year’s New Hope Film Festival will feature 89 films from 21 countries, including cinematic works from the U.S., Australia, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Austria, the Czech Republic, Germany, Brazil, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, Singapore, Canada, France, Italy, Thailand, Sweden, and South Korea. Many of the films are U.S. and world premieres. Film enthusiasts will be amazed at the selection of full-length feature, short, action, documentary, student and Mid-Atlantic student films.
The Festival will take place from July 8 through July 17. All movies will be screened at the New Hope Arts Center and New Hope-Solebury High School’s Stephen J. Buck Memorial Theater. Details are available on the festival’s new online program guide and ticket selling platform, Slated.com’s Festival Genius, which can be found by clicking on the Lineup & Tickets link on NHFF’s home page (www.newhopefilmfestival.com).
Festival Genius allows you to add movies to your personal calendar, rate and review films you have watched, receive Festival updates and much more. Even use the tell-a-friend box and other social networking tools to let others know about your favorite movies and share your personal calendar.
An experimental new offering this year is the $5 matinee”¦really, $5. Regular advance tickets will be $9.50. By purchasing tickets in advance and online patrons can save money and reserve a seat. Ticket prices at the door will range from $6 to $12, with $10 tickets available for students (ID required) and seniors (65+).