Join us for the 23rd Annual DC Independent Film Festival March 2-6, 2022 at the E Street Theater in downtown Washington DC!
Full event schedule: https://dciff-indie.org/dciff2022-schedule/
Ticket information: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/festival-passes-dc-independent-film-festival-march-2-6-2022-tickets-261949286367
EARLY BIRD FESTIVAL PASS DISCOUNTS: 42 films, discussions, happy 1/2 hours, mixes with filmmakers and join our industry workshops.
Get a festival pass now at a preferential rate until February 25, 2022. All passes include two drink tickets (beer, wine and soft drinks), inclusion in social events and all SlowFilm seminars and talks at the bar.
Full festival schedule and details on all films and events at www.dciff-indie.org.
3 options. Buy the pass and join us on the first day you choose.
FREE DCIFF t-shirt for all pass holders!
1. ALL ACCESS FESTIVAL PASS
From Wednesday March 2 to Sunday March 6. understood.
An advantageous price: $85
All films, events, workshops and parties are open to the public, including the opening and closing party, film screening and awards ceremony (reduced for 2022).
2. 1 DAY WEEKEND PASS
Saturday March 5 or Sunday March 6, you choose.
A chance to be immersed in the festival and enjoy it all day from late morning or early afternoon until midnight.
3. TWO-DAY FULL WEEKEND PASS
From Friday 4 March to Sunday 6 March
Weekend pass price: $60
ACCESS to all films, events, workshops and parties open to the public included. Includes opening or closing night film screening and awards night (reduced for 2022).
Better narrative features
Americanish directed by Iman Zawahry
We don’t dance for nothing directed by Stefanos Tai
Adam and the Water Directed by: Matthew Appleby
Sons of the Sea Directed by John Gutierrez
Status adjustment made by Josh Deal
All That Glitters directed by Dan Bronze
Ace of Clubs directed by: Henri Kebabdjian
Break Any Spell directed by Anton Jøsef
Normalized directed by Ziad Fozy
Shadows of Dust directed by Ali Matlock
Thank You Directed by Mike Kravinsky
The Wound directed by Sahar Nourmonavar
True Crime directed by Kai Brown
Welcome To Forever directed by John Gray
Living in Delusionville directed by Constant van Hoeven
My Childhood, My Country directed by Phil Grabsky and Shoaib Sharifi
The Hit directed by Christopher Jon Halsne
Documentary short films
Childless Directed by Sara Bahramjahan
Magdalene’s Lies directed by Julie Laurenz (Pillay Laurenz Media)
Pineland/Hollywood directed by Debi Cornwall
The Militia Directed by David Peter Hansen
Regeso directed by Wijdane Balbiyar
Remnants of Memory directed by Michael Arlen Davis and Jyll Johnstone
Dajla: Cinema and Oblivion directed by Arturo Dueñas Herrero
Entrance and exit of Mascha B. directed by Laura Engelhardt
My Brother is Deaf Directed by Peter Hoffman Kimball
A poem by Alba directed by You Lee
Being a Dog Directed by Felix Swahn
Cokélicops directed by Orianne Leparmentier, Loïc Guillou, Lambert Dothée, Félix Sikora, Elie Boudalier
Dice and Dragons directed by David Peter Hansen
I Will Always Love You Directed by Lydia Ricci
Oyasumi – Lullaby of Flame directed by Arisa Wakami
A last wish granted by Galia Osmo
Pony Henge directed by Gina Kamentsky
Holy Android directed by Lukas von Berg
Squib: When It’s All Over Directed by Baz Sells
Rosebud – The Rest of Us directed by Fabio Itapura
Until the Last Drop Directed by Simon Schnellmann
Welcome to Gardenland directed by Aaron Pérez Pardiñas