FESTIVAL PASSES

VIP FESTIVAL PASS $300
(Tax Deduction $100)
  • All Screenings, Panel Discussions and Receptions
  • Opening Night (Film & Reception)
  • Closing Night (Award Ceremony & Film & Latin Night Party)
  • Cuba: Golden 60s @ BAM

Theater seats will be held for Festival Pass holders up to 15 minutes before the beginning of each film.


FESTIVAL PASS $250
(Tax Deduction $100)
  • All Screenings, Panel Discussions and Receptions
  • Opening Night (Film & Reception)
  • Closing Night Award Ceremony and Film (Latin Night Party NOT INCLUDED)
  • Cuba: Golden 60s @ BAM

Theater seats will be held for Festival Pass holders up to 15 minutes before the beginning of each film.


WEEKDAY PASS $50
  • All Weekday (Mon – Fri) screenings before 6:00pm. Perfect for Students and Seniors.

Theater seats will be held for Festival Pass holders up to 15 minutes before the beginning of each film.


INDIVIDUAL TICKETS

For Golden 60s @ BAM screenings: bam.org/film/2015/cuba-golden-60s or purchase at the venue

Admission: $14.00 Adults, $9 Cinema Club Members, $10.00 Seniors & Students with ID


For Quad Cinema screenings: movietickets.com or purchase at the venue

Admission: $13.00 Adults, $8.00 Seniors & Students with ID

Restrictions:

  • Children under 5 years are not admitted.
  • Pets are not admitted.
  • Late arrivals may not be admitted.

Accessibility: Listening devices provided upon request. Wheelchair accessible.


For The Museum of the Moving Image screenings: movingimage.us or purchase at the venue

Admission: FREE with museum admission, $12 Adults (18+), $9 Senior & College Students with valid ID, $6 Children (3-17)


GROUP TICKETS

10 Regular tickets for QUAD at $100

10 Senior / Student tickets for QUAD at $60


OPENING NIGHT Ceremony, Film and Reception:

Boccaccerias Habaneras (Escene 1)
Boccaccerias Habaneras (Boccaccio in Havana) intertwines three stories through a main thread: a writer’s room where people go to share anecdotes hoping to make some money and become characters of a novel or a movie. An urban Boccaccio, a Havana Decameron; the film exudes sensuality, irreverence and hidden passions.

DATE: April 9

TIME: 6:30pm. Red carpet and doors open at 5:30pm.

FILM: BOCCACCERIAS HABANERAS/ BOCCACCIO IN HAVANA

WHERE: Directors Guild Theater

Closing Night Awards Ceremony, Film and Reception $100 (In Advance) $125 at the door / Screening Only $25
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CLOSING NIGHT Ceremony, Film and Latin Party:

A bold and compelling tale of ambition, betrayal and redemption, Gloria chronicles the life of international pop star Gloria Trevi, the “Mexican Madonna.” Carefully groomed by an abusive manager and propelled by her politically charged lyrics and unashamed sexuality, Gloria shoots to unparalleled stardom—until a sex scandal that mesmerized the world brings her crashing down.

DATE: April 17

TIME: 6:00pm. Red carpet and doors open at 5:00pm.

FILM: GLORIA

WHERE: Directors Guild Theater

Closing Night Awards Ceremony, Film and Latin Party $100 (In Advance) $125 at the door / Screening Only $25
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