Festival Schedule & Tickets

2017 Films

For a PDF of the festival lineup, click here.

If you have questions about buying tickets online or have any online ticketing issues, please email filmcolumbiafestival@gmail.com

NOTE: The All-Film Pass, Gold Pass, and Sneak Preview Tickets are SOLD OUT.

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2017 All-Film Pass

Event

2017 All Film Pass gets you access into any screening at this year’s festival. It does not include the festival events.

October 22

7:00pm

Crandell Theatre

2017 Gold Pass

Event

2017 Gold Pass gets you access into any screening and event at this year’s festival.  It includes all of the films and events.

October 22

7:00pm

Crandell Theatre

Post Sneak Gathering

Event

Come join the FC crew, filmmakers and fellow film lovers for drinks and appetizers right after the Saturday Night Sneak!

October 28

10:15pm

Blue Plate

Diary of a Mad Housewife

Drama

A feminist satire, Diary of a Mad Housewife was made by Frank and Eleanor Perry, known for David and Lisa and The Swimmer. The story is told from the point of view of the housewife (Carrie Snodgress), driven mad by ...[more]

October 20

4:30pm

Crandell Theatre

Starting Out in the Evening

Drama

Here, Mr. Langella plays Leonard, a distinguished writer of the old school, whom the literary world that formed him has passed by as he ages and struggles to complete a novel that is his life’s ...[more]

October 20

7:30pm

Crandell Theatre

Dracula

Drama

In 1977, Frank Langella played the title role in a Broadway production of Dracula that became a hit, thanks largely to the charisma of its star, and the Expressionist, black and white sets designed by Edward Gorey. ...[more]

October 21

12:00pm

Crandell Theatre

Frost/Nixon

Drama

It was perhaps no more than a hop, skip, and a jump from Dracula to Richard Nixon. This was another instance of Mr. Langella taking one of his stage roles—Nixon, in Peter Morgan’s dramatization of ...[more]

October 21

2:30pm

Crandell Theatre

The Square

Drama

This bone-dry satire of the contemporary art world won the Palm d’Or at this year’s Cannes jury. Christian, the handsome, seemingly unflappable director of Sweden’s (fictitious) X-Royal Museum, is a charmer with many talents: curator, ...[more]

October 22

3:00pm

Crandell Theatre

Suburbicon

Thriller, Comedy

George Clooney has turned an unproduced Cohen brothers script reminiscent of Fargo, into a bleakly

comic film noir. Suburbicon is an all-American planned community, ‘50’s-style, until an AfricanAmerican

family moves in, ...[more]

October 22

7:30pm

Crandell Theatre

The Russians are Coming

Drama

It is amazing that The Russians are Coming, based on a true tale of a young volunteer who is determined to save his German village from the invading Russians in the spring of 1945, even ...[more]

October 23

12:00pm

Crandell Theatre

The Wound

Drama

The Wound, a tense and surprising debut film, was filmed in South Africa’s Xhosa territory. The action unfolds during an ukwaluka, the traditional secret rite of passage to manhood where boys are gathered in a ...[more]

October 23

2:00pm

Crandell Theatre

A Fantastic Woman

Drama

The eponymous fantastic woman is Marina, a waitress in Santiago who aspires to be a singer. What makes her fantastic is that she is not only transgendered, but she courageously maintains her dignity in the ...[more]

October 23

4:00pm

Crandell Theatre

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