The 14th annual St. Augustine Film Festival will be held from Thursday, January 11, through Sunday, January 14, 2024.
Independent and foreign films will be available for viewing at three locations throughout historic downtown St. Augustine: Lewis Auditorium, Gamache-Koger Theater at Flagler College, and the Alcazar Room at St. Augustine City Hall.
The St. Augustine Film Festival, now in its 14th year, will again be organized by Gregory von Hausch, CEO of the acclaimed Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival. The films will include dramas, comedies, documentaries and will feature U.S. independent films as well as foreign films.
The following directors, actors, and subjects will attend the presentation of their film
- From The Senior, Rod Lurie, Mark Ciardi, and Mike and Eileen Flynt
- From Golden Vanity, Melora Hardin (The Office)
- From 7000 Miles, Amy Glazer and Wendie Malick
In 2024, the last film to be presented will be Albert & Claude. Set in Northeast Florida in the 1500s, Albert & Claude was written and directed by Alex David Willemin, an Associate Professor of Film at Jacksonville University.
Go to the film festival's website to see the film guide, which includes film descriptions, actors, film trailers, run times, and the festival schedule. Passes go on sale on November 24, 2023, and the multi-day passes can be purchased here.
Admission: Passes can be purchased online. There are several ways to enjoy the film festival:
- Purchase an All Access Pass, including entry to all films, parties, and the short film festival in March: $275.00.
- Purchase an All Film Pass, which allows entry into all of the films at all venues during the January film festival: $110.00.
- Purchase an All Lewis Pass, which allows entry into all films played at Lewis Auditorium during the January festival: $75.00.
- Purchase tickets to individual films. Single tickets go on sale on December 8, 2023.
When: Thursday, January 11, through Sunday, January 14, 2024. Films will be shown at various times throughout the weekend.
Where: The main theater is Lewis Auditorium, 14 Grenada Street, St. Augustine. Films will also be shown at Gamache-Koger Theater, 50 Sevilla Street, on the ground floor of the Ringhaver Student Center; and in the Alcazar Room at St. Augustine City Hall, 75 King Street. The entrance to the Alcazar Room is via the Courtyard.