Stay tuned for the 2014 Festival details...
THE HOSPITALITY CENTER
607 Water Street, known as the Cotton Building is once again your destination for all things hospitality. Visit us there to pick up passes, get information and buy our wonderful NEW merchandise- Fleece vests, PTFF hats, long sleeve PTFF-shirts, mugs, posters, concessions and filmmakers' DVDs.
Hours of operation:
Thurs: 11 a.m.- 6 p.m.
Fri: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sat: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
- Sun: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
At hospitality, you can:
Pick-up, upgrade and purchase passes
Use Concierge Services
Pick up festival programs and daily newsletters
Obtain general festival information about all that is going on
Drop off or pick up items from Lost and Found
Purchase DVDs from filmmakers
Meet with friends
Purchase PTFF merchandise and candy
NEW LOCATION - AREA 51 COCKTAIL LOUNGE
Located in the Pope Marine Park Building at 607 Water Street. Thanks to our loyal sponsor, Bainbridge Organic Distillers, we have another opportunity for refreshing your film experience at Area 51 Cocktail Lounge! Remember Roswell, N.M.? Well it's back, Area 51 gives you a cozy space to sip our signature cocktails while you take a break and study your program. Nonalcoholic refreshments are also available. All proceeds support our festival mission: Inform and inspire with film!
Open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday-Sunday.
Located in the Pope Marine Park Building at 607 Water Street
This venue (also the home of AREA 51 Organic Cocktails) will open at 10am Saturday and Sunday for Filmmaker Panels
PTFF has six Venues: Click here to see the map
The Uptown Theatre 1120 Lawrence St.
The Rose Theatre 235 Taylor St.
The Rosebud Cinema 235 Taylor St.
The Peter Simpson Free Cinema (The American Legion Hall) 209 Monroe St.
Outdoor Theatre on Taylor St. under the stars
Welcoming TWO new venue:
The Silverwater Theatre 237 Taylor St.
(above The Silverwater Café’, proud sponsors for 14 delicious years)
The Broughton Theatre 419 Washington St., (home of Key City Public Theatre) honoring James Broughton, who’s award winning documentary story has its homecoming here at PTFF following a stunning opening at festivals around the world.
OPENING CEREMONIES & Major Whoopla
At 4PM p.m. on Friday Sept 20th, we will gather at Haller Fountain. Thanks to the Port Townsend Raker's Club, all of our visiting filmmakers and industry guests are presented with great fan fare as they arrive in classic cars, introduced by our Master of Ceremonies, Joey Pipia, and wildly applauded for their contribution to our festival. Following the "cutting of the movie film" by Special Guests Karen Allen and Lou Whittaker, dinner on Taylor Street is served!
Late Night screening at The Uptown on Saturday Night Back by popular demand, a late night opportunity for those night owls looking for unique programming! “Don’t Say We Didn’t Warn You!” is 100% guaranteed to surprise, make you laugh, shock and maybe keep you up late…6 short films (one by PT”s own Jamie King!)
Awards Announcements Moving to Sunday evening 6:30pm at The Rose Theatre.
Jury awards, Audience Favorites, The Big Cheese Award from Mt. Townsend Creamery, The Spirit of the Port Townsend Film Festival Bronze Galatea followed at 9pm by screenings of the Jury Award for Best Narrative Feature at The Rose and Best Documentary Feature 9pm at The Broughton Theatre