The San Diego Film Festival starting September 26th 2012 is produced by the San Diego Film Foundation, a local not-for-profit whose mission is to support the best in independent film-making while enhancing the diverse cultural landscape and economic vitality of San Diego. 2012 marks the 11th year of this amazing festival and will be launching with new leadership for five days of film, conversation and social gatherings. This years fest will begin tonight and continue on to the 30th. (For times of specific showings, events and activities, please visit the Festival website here)
The San Diego Film Festival will look to redefine the film-going experience and we are all invited to celebrate the incredible talent from directors and producers, to actors and screenwriters, and the like-minded individuals behind every frame. 2012 will bring many changes to the festival, including more films with over 100 showings from over 1300 selections from 55 countries. There will be two film villages this year, one in the Gaslamp Quarter and one in La Jolla. We will also be met with a new film category that will surely be a hit: Native American Voices. We should also expect to see more interactive Q&A’s with filmmakers, industry panels, regional media and our favorite after parties.
Tickets can be purchased for The San Diego Film Festival for prices ranging from $50 to $300. But the choice is yours: pick your films, pick your events, pick your pass! But one thing is for sure, this year it’s going to be a rock star line-up of screenings, industry panels and special events all kicking up your Festival experience, so get your tickets today!
[important]What: San Diego Film Festival[/important]
When: September 26 to September 30 (Times Vary)
Where: Gaslamp Quarter and La Jolla