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2019 Milwaukee Film Festival Ticket Packages and Passes on Sale This Week

Through Aug. 1, Festival passes, 6-packs and new 10-packs boast the biggest discount of the season, with Milwaukee Film Members earning an additional discount as part of their benefits.

By - May 28th, 2019 04:11 pm

MILWAUKEE – Tuesday, May 28, 2019 – Milwaukee Film announced today that ticket packages and passes for the 2019 Milwaukee Film Festival, presented by Associated Bank, will go on sale this Friday, May 31, at 9 a.m. Central through the Milwaukee Film website, mkefilm.org.

Through Aug. 1, Festival passes, 6-packs and new 10-packs boast the biggest discount of the season, with Milwaukee Film Members earning an additional discount as part of their benefits.

“Our annual Festival presents hundreds of films from around the globe, truly the best of contemporary cinema, and we want our attendees to explore as many titles as they can during the 15-day celebration,” stated Jonathan Jackson, CEO and artistic director of Milwaukee Film. “The introduction of 10-packs this year gives Festival-goers more opportunities to see great cinema at the most affordable price point for tickets.”

Ticket 6-packs and 10-packs are comprised of electronic vouchers that can be redeemed for non-premium screenings when the Festival box office opens in October. Festival passes grant entry to every screening at the Festival except the Member-exclusive Super-Secret Screening, in addition to the Opening Night party.

Milwaukee Film Members will be exclusively able to purchase passes, 6-packs and 10-packs online starting at 9 a.m. on Thursday, May 30. Members attending the monthly Members-only screening at the Oriental Theatre on Wednesday, May 29, can purchase in person starting at 5:30 p.m.

Quantities are limited for Festival passes and 6- and 10-packs at each pricing stage. Details on becoming a Milwaukee Film Member are available at mkefilm.org/membership.

The 11th annual Milwaukee Film Festival runs Oct. 17-31. During the Festival, Milwaukee Film welcomes tens of thousands of attendees and guests from around the globe to hundreds of films, parties, and panels. For more information or to purchase tickets later this week, visit mkefilm.org/tickets.

Act One pricing | Friday, May 31 – Wednesday, July 31

6-Packs – $66

Milwaukee Film Members – $51

10-Packs – $90

Milwaukee Film Members – $80

Festival Passes – $390

Milwaukee Film Members – $300

Act Two pricing | Thursday, Aug. 1 – Monday, Sept. 30

6-Packs – $72

Milwaukee Film Members – $57

10-Packs – $100

Milwaukee Film Members – $90

Film Passes – $460

Milwaukee Film Members – $385

Festival box office open | Thursday, Oct. 3 – Thursday, Oct. 31

Milwaukee Film Members will have access to individual tickets through the Festival box office beginning on Oct. 1.

Single Tickets – $13

Senior/Student/Military – $12

Milwaukee Film Members – $11

Festival Passes – $475

Milwaukee Film Members – $425

About Milwaukee Film
Milwaukee Film is a nonprofit arts organization dedicated to entertaining, educating, and engaging our community through cinematic experiences, with a vision to make Milwaukee a center for film culture. Milwaukee Film operates the magnificent Oriental Theatre, a historic cinema palace committed to high-quality and accessible film and education programming. The 11th annual Milwaukee Film Festival will take place Oct. 17-31, 2019. For more information or to become a member, visit mkefilm.org.

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About the Milwaukee Film Board of Directors
Milwaukee Film’s independent board is made up of the following members: Chris Abele (Past Board Chair); John P. Bania; Donna Baumgartner; Elizabeth Brenner; Héctor Colón; Karen Ellenbecker; Jeff Fitzsimmons; Alexander P. Fraser (Immediate Past Board Chair); Carmen Haberman; Susan Haise; Katie Heil; Patti Keating Kahn (Board Chair); Tracey L. Klein (Past Board Chair); Michael G. Klein; Michael J. Koss Jr.; Alexander Lasry; Steve Laughlin (Past Board Chair); Emilia Layden; Michael R. Lovell; Joan Lubar; Marianne Lubar; Steve Mech; Mark Mone; Susan Mikulay; Kenneth W. Muth; Bob Pothier; John Ridley; Joseph A. Rock; Ramona Rogers-Windsor; Lacey Sadoff; Dave Stamm; Julia Taylor; John Utz; Kimberly Walker; Emeritus members: Tom Barrett; Jacqueline Strayer

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