Maui Arts & Entertainment

Last Night To Purchase Maui Film Fest Tickets At A Discount

May 4, 2011, 7:51 PM HST
* Updated May 4, 9:02 PM
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By Kristin Hashimoto

There’s just a few hours left to score some Maui Film Festival tickets at a discounted 20% to 35% off the normal rate. This yearly movie screening has grown to epic proportions. Tickets go fast, parking is sometimes problematic, and the films go from unique to wonderfully weird. The movies will be screened at both the Maui Arts and Cultural Center and other venues in Wailea. From June 15 to June 19, Mauians can schmooze and rub elbows with Hollywood on a Hawaiian red carpet. This year the Maui Film Fest is offering the following event passes:

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Photo courtesy of the MACC.

The Rising Star Pass:

For $36, this transferable multi-user pass can be utilized for admission to four films at the Castle Theater at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center. The price will increase to $40 on May 5.

The Celestial Pass:

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Celestial Cinema, Image courtesy of Maui Film Fest, Photo by Randy Jay Braun

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For $72, an individual will get a transferable multi-user pass, good for four admissions to Celestial Cinema for any or all films of that night’s double feature. Enjoy some cinematherapy under the night sky. Pay $80 for the same pass on May 5.

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The Shooting Star Pass:

For $150, the pass holder can view any film premiere, special screening, filmmakers panel, and tribute at any of the Wailea or MACC venues. This pass will increase to $175 tomorrow, May 5.

The Eclipse Pass:

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For $195, the pass holder has all the benefits of the “Shooting Star Pass” holders, with the added bonus of attending a posh poolside fashion show and audience awards party at the Hotel Wailea, on the Film Festival’s closing night. Also, enjoy the culinary creations from Capische. On May 5, this pass increases to $220.

The Stardust Pass:

For $225, the pass holder will have all the benefits of the “Shooting Star Pass,” with an added entry into the Taste of Wailea at the David Leadbetter Gold Academy, Wailea Gold and Emerald Golf Course. This will increase to $260 tomorrow, May 5.

The Comet Pass:

For $395, the pass holder will have the benefits of the “Shooting Star Pass,” plus entry into: the Starry Night Moondance at Tommy Bahama’s Tropical Café in Wailea, the Taste of Chocolate at the Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea,  The Taste of Wailea at the David Leadbetter Golf Academy, and the Cosmic Closing Night Fashion pool-party catered by the restaurant Capische. Price for this pass will increase to $450 on May 5.

The Nova Pass:

For $550, the pass holder will have access to all the benefits of the “Comet Pass,” with an opening night reception at the restaurant Capische at the Hotel Wailea, as well as access to the Saturday Filmmaker’s Brunch at Longhi’s restaurant in the Shops at Wailea. This pass will increase to $595 on May 5.

VIP Patron Passes are available for direct purchase from the Maui Film Festival Box Office, and are very limited in quantity. Activities, events, and exclusive benefits will be available to any VIP. Call 808-579-9244 for more information, or visit www.mauifilmfestival.com. These passes range in prices and benefits, and run from $2,975 to $7,450.

 

 

 

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