-The Cambria Film Festival has announced its 2023 program focusing “on romance, romantic comedies, and the complexities of love” from Feb 8-12.
The program features:
- Competition films from around the world.
- Films celebrating Cambria.
- A new venue featuring wine and intriguing films.
- Gala receptions with food, wine, films and awards.
- Panels and Q&A sessions with filmmakers.
The film line-up includes:
- The world premiere “Something to Crow About,” a documentary about the Cambria Scarecrow Festival.
- “The Greatest of All Tina,” a comedy filmed in Cambria.
- “Fire of Love,” a 2022 documentary film that follows the lives and careers of volcanologists Katia and Maurice Krafft. The film won the Jonathan Oppenheim Editing Award at it’s 2022 premiere at the Sundance Film Festival.
- More than 50 independent short and feature films along with additional screenings of films that are not in competition.
Passes on sale
Passes to the festival, available from the website, are priced for every budget and include:
- All Access Festival Pass, offering access to all films, Gala night events and parties, filmmaker talks, and to the post-festival encore streaming of the shorts program.
- Film Pass, offering access to all films and talks, a complimentary virtual pass, but does not include the three Gala night events.
- Virtual Pass, offering streaming access to all of the competition shorts and other programs from February 12-20.
Calling for volunteers
Cambria Film Festival is seeking volunteers to fill the many roles needed to run the festival. Sign up for volunteer roles as:
- House Staff – welcome guests and scan tickets.
- Event Staff – assist at our three Gala events.
- Hospitality Tent Staff – host the new hospitality tent located.
The Cambria Film Festival is sponsored by the Cambria Center for the Arts, engaging the community through the inspiration, creation, performance and enjoyment of all art forms since 1947