Hispanic Culture Film Festival
Thursday, October 3 - Sunday, October 6
BE A PART OF AMERICA’S FIRST HISPANIC CULTURE FILM FESTIVAL
In 2018, the Hispanic Culture Film Festival (HCFF) successfully inaugurated the first film festival ever held in the United States to celebrate Hispanic Culture. Bringing together film directors, producers, leading actors and celebrities to Jacksonville, Florida, the HCFF also commemorated the fact that “JAX” was America’s first Hollywood—in the early years of the 20th century, Jacksonville attracted more than 30 movie studios. Jacksonville’s first silent film studio opened in 1908, followed by many more over the course of the next decade, including Metro Pictures – later to become Hollywood giant, MGM.
Individual Tickets: Available tickets for events and films will be sold individually on the website several weeks before the festival. Each event will have a separate charge. Films will be $10 General Admission and $9 for Seniors (60 & up), Military, First Responders and Students. Numbers of tickets available is determined by capacity; in both the theaters and the event venues.
Rush tickets: These tickets will be sold at the theatres for films and sold at the door for events. Cash only
HCFF TICKET POLICY
Passes are non-transferable and non-refundable. Picture ID required when picking up your pass. Please arrive early. Due to capacity limits, a PASS or TICKET does not guarantee admittance. However, Pass and Ticket holders will be given priority admission until capacity is reached and before RUSH tickets are sold 15 minutes prior to showtime or event start time. Entry to the film or event will begin 30 minutes before showtime or event time. At 15 minutes before the starting time, any remaining seats will be made available to the general public.