How to Fest?

Films run all day and into the evening during the Festival. The Opening and Closing Films are shown at Lewis Auditorium. 
There are several approaches to attending the Festival from purchasing a Pass; buying tickets on this website for the films shown at Lewis Auditorium (our largest screening venue); or going directly to one of the three screening locations to purchase a ticket prior to a movie showing.
Please note that some of the smaller screening rooms can fill up quickly with Pass goers, who have advance access 20 minutes prior to a showing, which is one of the benefits of a Pass.

The All Access Pass covers all films at all locations and the nightly parties - it's the only way to join them. And All Access Pass holders get a special preview day at the Corazon for themselves and All Films Passholders.

The All Films Pass is just that. See any films at any locations. Both this Pass and the All Access pass give advanced access to the screening rooms 20 minutes prior to a film being shown. And these passes give exclusive access to Preview Day, where a selection of films will be screened in all three screening rooms at the Corazon Cinema and Cafe. It's a great way to see more earlier so you free up your time for other films on your 'must see' list during the weekend.

The All Lewis Pass will let you see any of the films that will be shown in Lewis Auditorium. This is usually where the most popular films are shown including the Opening and Closing Night Films. As an extra bonus - this Pass now includes the films being shown at the Gamache-Koger Theater inside the Ringhaver Student Center at Flagler College!

Please note this website will be updated continually as new films are added.  The schedule of what will play where is available in the "Films" tab and also in "Film Schedule and Guests".

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Funding for this event is provided by the Broward County Board of Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council & Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau. The Saint Augustine Film Festival is under the umbrella of the Broward County Film Society, Inc. producers of the Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival, a 501 (C) (3) non-profit cultural institution.