What the heck is a C-Ticket?

Here's something new we're trying. If you've ever made an ATM run to get cash for last-minute "rush line" admission or stood in separate lines at a film festival because you had a Pass and a friend didn't, the C-Ticket offers some sweet solutions for both situations. 

A C-Ticket (also known as a “Companion Ticket”) admits one person to any regular-price movie at the Atlanta Film Festival. If that person is accompanied by an ATLFF Pass holder, the C-Ticket holder may stand in line A. (One C-Ticket holder per Pass holder. )

If a C-Ticket holder is not accompanying an ATLFF Pass holder, they must stand in Line C. Line C patrons (C-Ticket holders and MovieHopper Card holders) are seated after those in Line A an those in Line B on a first-come basis until all seats in the screening are filled. If you don't get into a screening you want to see with your C-Ticket, you can use it for any other regular price show at the festival. (Most shows have seats left after lines A and B are admitted.)

C-Tickets are purchased with Passes and may be purchased singly (with a credit card, even!) at any ATLFF venue Box Office.

C-Tickets are not good for opening or closing nights, panels, parties or other festival events with a ticket price higher than $10.

See the Passes and Tickets page for more information on admission types at the Atlanta Film Festival.