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ON LOCATION: MEMPHIS FEST PASSES ARE NOW ON SALE

 (Memphis, TN – March 8, 2012)  On Location: MEMPHIS fest passes are now on sale via their website www.onlocationmemphis.org.  Two classes of passes are available. 

The All-Access Pass is $60.00 and gains the holder admittance to all films, music events, parties, panels and workshops during the fest which will be held at several Malco Theatres around the city April 19-22, 2012.  Purchasers will need to print out the receipt at the time of purchase on the website and present it at the On Location: MEMPHIS table during the fest to pick up their pass.  Their pass will be required to get tickets and to gain entry into the events which will be held at various venues throughout the city.

The Weekend Pass is $30 and covers films being shown at the Malco Ridgeway 4 on Saturday, April 21st and Sunday, April 22nd.  Weekend Passes can only be claimed on those two days, and, once again, a receipt will be needed to pick up the pass.

Passes will also be available for purchase on site during the fest, with weekend passes available for purchase only on that weekend.

The list of over 100 films being screened can be seen on their website; show times are still being finalized.  Music performances, parties, panels and workshops are being finalized, and the schedule will be posted as soon as the events are confirmed.

On Location: MEMPHIS’s mission is to advance, educate and inspire filmmakers, students, and professionals in the cinema arts; to connect the regional audience to the work of local and global filmmakers; and to collaborate with other organizations to strengthen the film community and the economic development of Memphis.  We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that survives on sponsorships, donations and grants. 

 

 

 

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