How can I purchase a film pass or individual ticket?
Ticketing for our 2022 festival is now available through Eventbrite for individual films and the Film Pass. Visit the ATTEND page for links to all of the ticket options.
I am a student of Willamette University or Claremont School of Theology. Do I have to pay to see a film?
No, just email firstname.lastname@example.org for a discount code that gives you free access to all of the films.
Where is the 2022 festival and will it be held in person or online?
This year’s festival will take place in person only on the campus of Willamette University in Salem, Oregon. The festival venue is the media theater, Ford 122, in the Ford building.
Campus Map: https://willamette.edu/offices/safety/parking/information/reserved/index.html
What are the protocols regarding COVID-19?
We do require either proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of the screening for any off-campus attendees. Simply bring your vaccination card or negative test results with you and show them at the door when you enter. All audience members will be required to wear masks while in the auditorium or while inside of the Ford building.
Is there a banquet this year?
Unfortunately, COVID-19 prohibits us from holding an in-person banquet again this year. Since we won’t be able to gather for a dinner and a champagne toast, we ask instead that you put your banquet fee to work for the common good.
In lieu of attending the banquet, we’d love for you to make a donation to the Marion Polk Food Bank in Salem, Oregon. Every $10 donation provides 30 meals to Oregon families in need. During this pandemic when many are unemployed or underemployed, this is just one simple way you can contribute to the common good.
What makes our festival unique is the discussion that we host with the audience after each film screening. We hope that you will stay for the discussion following each screening.