St. Augustine Film Festival

Saint Augustine Film Festival

Stay at Carriage Way Bed and Breakfast for the 2016 St. Augustine Film Festival!

January 28th through the 31st is the 6th annual St. Augustine Film Festival and Carriage Way Bed and Breakfast still has availability! The St. Augustine Film Festival is a popular event which celebrates and showcases the film industry.  The Film Studies program at Flagler College presents this event in conjunction with the artistic St. Augustine community. Featuring over 30 films at five venues, you will not want to miss this festival. Tickets to individual films start at just $10 per film or $70 to see all films however, the festival is so much more than just the films. To gain access to the pre and post parties, the All Films PLUS tickets are on sale for only $95. Or, for $125 the All Access Pass will gain you admittance to all films, parties and dinners.   The following is a line-up for the weekend:

Thursday, January 28th    

7:30pm – FREE Screening at the Gamache-Koger (located in the Ringhaver Student Center, 50 Sevilla Street). Presented by the Saint Augustine Film Society.

Friday, January 29th    

11:00am – Regular screenings begin at the Corazon Cinema and Cafe (36 Granada Street).

                            6:00pm – Open reception for All Access Pass holders at the Lightner (75 King Street).

7:30pm – Opening night film, Le Pere Noel, at the Lewis Auditorium (14 Granada Street).

 9:00pm – Opening night dinner for All Access Pass holders at the Lightner Museum (75 King Street).

Saturday, January 30th    

10:15 – 10:45am – Screenings begin at the Corazon Cinema and Cafe (36 Granada Street), Lewis Auditorium (14 Granada Street) and the Gamache-Koger Theater (located in the Ringhaver Student Center, 50 Sevilla Street).

1:00pm – Loretta Swift receives the Lifetime Achievement Award and introduces Never the Same at the Lewis Auditorium (14 Granada Street).

5:45pm – Following the film, When Voices Meet, Sharon Katz, star of the film will perform live at the Lewis Auditorium (14 Granada Street).

8:00pm – Gil Bellows introduces his film, 3 Days in Havana at the Lewis Auditorium (14 Granada Street).

9:30pm – Saturday night Party at Centro Restaurant and Piano Bar (17 King Street) open to all ticket holders.

Sunday, January 31st

10:15 – 11:00am – Screenings begin at the Corazon Cinema and Cafe, Lewis Auditorium and the Gamache-Koger Theater.

3:15pm – Academy Award nominee, Candy Clark, receives the Lifetime Achievement Award and introduces the film American Grafitti at the Lewis Auditorium,

6:00pm – Closing night film, Tokyo Fiancee at the Lewis Auditorium.

7:45pm – Wrap Party at the Flagler College Solarium (74 King Street) for All Access and Film Plus Pass holders.

Call Carriage Way Bed and Breakfast today at (904) 829-2467 or visit our Rooms and Rates page to book your stay with us today! We have on-site parking and we are located right in the heart of the historic downtown St. Augustine. You can walk to all film and party venues for the St. Augustine Film Festival!