TICKET & EVENT INFORMATION

 
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EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT THE 2013 SFFF: TICKETS, SPECIAL EVENTS & MORE

 
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Bringing premieres of major French films to Sacramento is costly, yet the Sacramento French Film Festival always presents the best of French cinema, past and present, at a reasonable price and this year is no exception! We are able to maintain affordable ticket prices thanks to the support of our generous donors!

Subscribe to our electronic newsletter to receive periodic updates about the upcoming SFFF and to be informed about the events we organize throughout the year.

The SFFF 2nd Weekend now includes 2 Friday screenings on Friday, June 27, 2014!

         
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2014 TICKET & PASS PRICES

SINGLE TICKETS

- $11 / $10 (for Students & Seniors with ID; and members of the following organizations: EFSac, Sacramento Jewish Film Festival, Alliance Française, Club Français with membership card)
- $16 / $15 on closing night (includes film and closing party)

PASSES

We are offering 3 different kinds of passes and 3 advantageous combinations.
Find the offer that best suits your schedule!
CONFUSED? A guide to the SFFF passes.

BLEU

Opening
Night
Pass
$50

Access to Opening Night Reception and film

Valid
June 21 only
 
BLANC

First
Weekend Pass
$40

Access to all film screenings Valid
June 21 -23 (Reception not included)
 
ROUGE

Second Weekend Pass
$45

Access to all film screenings & Closing Party

Valid
June 28-30

- BLEU + BLANC + ROUGE = $95
Full Access to all screenings (including midweek screenings) & parties on both weekends.
Valid June 21-30.

- BLEU + BLANC = $75
First-Weekend Full Access to all screenings & Opening Reception.
Valid June 21-23.

- BLANC+ ROUGE = $70
Access to all SFFF Screenings (including midweek screenings) - Opening Reception not included - Valid June 21 (film only)-30.

  • PASSES are available at the door but if you want to purchase them in advance, see below.
  • Single tickets are sold at the door only. They will be available (the main auditorium of the Crest Theatre has over 900 seats).
  • Passes will be sold at the door, by mail (till June 15), on tickets.com, and at the Crest Theatre.
  • Passes are nonrefundable and nontransferrable.
  • Sales at the door will be CASH ONLY, NO CHECKS, NO CREDIT CARDS.
  • 3 hours free parking with validation at the 10th & L Street Garage.
 
     
 
     
 
 

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HOW TO GET YOUR FESTIVAL PASSES

PASSES will be available at the door but you can purchase them in advance.

  • By mail - You can print the Advance Order Form and send it back to us with a check (before June 15).
  • Through tickets.com or at 1-800-225-2277
  • Passes are also available in person at The Crest Box Office.
  • Passes purchased by mail or at The Crest Box Office do not incur any fees.

  • Advance passes will be available for pick-up at Will Call beginning at 6pm on Friday, June 15 at the Crest Theatre.
    Subscribe to our electronic newsletter to receive periodic Festival updates and be invited to special events.

     

         
     
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    LODGING

    In 2013 the Sacramento French Film Festival partnered with Amber House Bed & Breakfast and The Citizen Hotel.

    Amber House Bed & Breakfast is an elegant and romantic 10-room hotel located within walking distance of the Crest Theatre.

    The Citizen Hotel
    is a boutique hotel located a block away from the Crest Theatre. If you use the code “FRENCH” when you book a room online or by phone at The Citizen Hotel, 916 / 447-2700, you can benefit from a 20% discount on the best available rate. Offer valid only over the dates of the Festival.

     
         
     
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    2013 OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION - FRIDAY, JUNE 21 - 6pm-8pm

    Opening night begins at 6 o'clock in the lobby of the Crest Theatre. (Opening night film may be attended without attending the reception.) With music by DJs Christophe & Roger.

    Open Bar with wine by Barefoot Wine & Bubbly, Beer by Track 7, Water by Perrier and Pastis Cocktails provided by Simply Recipes. Catering provided by Aioli Bodega Espanola, Bistro Michel, Café Rolle, Ella Dining Room and Bar & Selland's Market Cafe, Estelle's Patisserie, Hot Italian, Kru, The Melting Pot, Morants Old Fashioned Sausage Kitchen, Opa! Opa! and Sun Flour Baking Co.
    Bread by Boudin Bakery.

     
         
     
             
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    2013 EARLY MORNING BREAKFASTS - SATURDAY, JUNE 16 & 23 (immediately after the Late Night Movies)

    Discussions around free coffee and pastries provided by Coffee Works follow the Saturday Late Night Movie screenings: Saturday June 22 - 11:20pm GOING PLACES & Saturday June 29 - Midnight AALTRA.

     
             
             
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    2013 PETIT DEJEUNER (FRENCH BREAKFAST) PRECEEDING THE SHORT FILM PROGRAM

    Meet filmmaker Nicolas Guiot, director of Le CRI DU HOMARD, winner of the 2013 César for Best Short Film, and enjoy croissants by Les Baux Bakery and Coffee by The Crest. FREE with Short Film Screening admission!

     
             
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    2013 CLOSING NIGHT CHAMPAGNE PARTY - SUNDAY, JUNE 30

    A Champagne & Cake Party will follow the screening of the closing film, THÉRÈSE by Claude Miller, Starring Audrey Tautou & Gilles Lellouche (screening at 7:45pm).

    Bubbly by Barefoot Wine & Bubbly, Water by Perrier, & Cake by Whole Foods Market. Music by The Jazz Report & DJ Christophe.

     
         
     
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      Nom des gens   CONFUSED? A GUIDE TO THE SFFF PASSES
    • For the whole SFFF experience including all films and all parties, get the Bleu + Blanc + Rouge option ($95) that will give you full access to everything happening at the SFFF on both weekends (includes the midweek screenings) - Valid June 20-29.
    • For the whole film experience at the SFFF, get the Blanc + Rouge option ($70) that will give you access to all screenings on both weekends , the midweek screenings, and to the closing party - Valid June 20 (film only)-29.
    • If you just want to attend the Opening Night Reception and Film, get an Opening Night Festival Pass - Bleu ($50) that will give you full access to the Opening Night reception and film - Valid on June 20 only.
    • If you want to attend only the first weekend including the opening reception, get the Bleu + Blanc option ($75) that will give you full access to everything happening on the first weekend, including the opening reception - Valid June 20-22.
    • If you want to attend only the first weekend of the SFFF and are not interested in the opening reception, get the First Weekend Pass – Blanc ($40) that will give you access to all film screenings (without the opening reception) - Valid June 20 (film only)-22.
    • If you want to attend only the second weekend of the SFFF get the Second Weekend Pass - Rouge ($45) that will give you access to all film screenings and to the closing party - Valid June 27-29.

    Now that you know everything there is to know about the SFFF passes, you are ready to order your passes!