How To Fest

There are basically two things happening during the festival weekend, film sessions and events.

What is a film session?
A film session is a grouping of films shown together within a particular time frame. At the Eugene Environmental Film Festival, we have 3 film sessions.

Saturday October 5th
Session I: 12pm – 3:15pm
Session II: 5:30pm – 8:45pm

Sunday October 6th
Session III: 12pm – 3pm

What are Blocks within film sessions?
Sessions I & II will be each be divided into 1.5 hour and 1 hour blocks of films. In one session, festival goers can choose between any two blocks of films among 4 different theaters.

After each of these blocks, there 15 minutes for Q&A with filmmakers/representatives and audience discussion.

In addition, there will be a 15 minutes break after the first block of films and Q&A for festival goers to switch theaters to view other films in the second block in a different theater. See below for examples schedules.

Session I:
Films: 90 minutes (12:00pm)
Q&A: 15 minutes
Break: 15 minutes (to switch venues/theaters, if desired)
Films: 60 minutes (2:00pm)
Q&A: 15 minutes

Session II:
Films: 90 minutes (5:30pm)
Q&A: 15 minutes
Break: 15 minutes (to switch venues/theaters, if desired)
Films: 60 minutes (7:30pm)
Q&A: 15 minutes

Session III (only one film and one theater):
Feature length film: 90 minutes (12:00pm)
Break: 15 minutes
Panel discussion: 45 minutes (1:45pm)
Awards Ceremony: 30 minutes (2:30pm)

I want to see specific films, how can I make sure I get a seat?
If you know that you would like to see a particular film, make sure to get there early. Doors open 15 minutes prior to film showings. For example if a film you want to see is in Session I, arrive at 11:30am to that particular location. For Session II, arrive at 5:00pm, etc., to ensure a seat.

All theaters are first come, first serve. However, because you have access to four different theaters on Saturday in Session I and Session II, there will be seating available.

How much does a film session cost?
Sessions I & II are each $15, Session III is $10. A weekend festival pass (includes access to Session I, II, & II) costs $35

Where can I buy tickets?
Tickets are available in person at Broadway Metro, 43 W. Broadway or online at broadwaymetro.com

Does attending festival events cost money?
No, all festival events are free & open to the public.

What events will be part of the festival weekend?
There are many events happening during the weekend, please visit: https://eugevoff.org/2019-events/ for more information about events