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Win a Pair of Tix to the VIP pre-party for Disposable Film Festival!

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If I recall, and I could be totally wrong, I’m pretty sure I was a sponsor of the very first Disposable Film Festival when it was playing at the Roxy Theatre. Now our little  film festival is all grown up and is doing its thing over at the Castro Theatre. What’s the disposable film festival? I’m glad you asked.

Selected by MovieMaker Magazine as one the world’s “coolest film festivals,” the Disposable Film Festival was created in 2007 by Carlton Evans and Eric Slatkin to celebrate the democratization of cinema made possible by low cost video technology: everyday equipment like mobile phones, pocket cameras, DSLRs and other inexpensive devices.

Cool right? Well I’m giving away 5 pairs of tickets to the VIP pre-party at the Castro Theatre and you can win them by entering below. There are also lots of other cool events happening during the festival including panels, workshops and more. Check them out here

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  1. March 14, 2014 at 11:39 am

    I love the DFF, I hope I can make it this year!

  2. March 24, 2014 at 11:35 am

    That was awesome! Can’t wait for next year.