At The Crandell: Film Columbia 2016

filmcolumbia_2017NOW SHOWING at the Crandell Theater in Chatham, FilmColumbia 2016. FilmColumbia celebrates seventeen years of “Small town, big movies” in Chatham, and Hudson, NY from October 22-30, with a week of world class independent and international films presented by The Chatham Film Club.

The festival began on Saturday, and continues all week with screenings of more than 40 movies. The lineup includes films that have played at the world’s most respected festivals, including Cannes, Toronto, New York, Telluride, Berlin and Sundance, but also have garnered prestigious awards along the way. FilmColumbia 2016 will screen drams, thrillers, comedies, sci-fis, animated movies, and documentaries over the course of the festival.

Screenings will take place at the Crandell Theatre and Morris Memorial in
Chatham and the Hudson Opera House in Hudson. For more information about the films, or to purchase tickets or festival passes, check out filmcolumbia.org.

Ticket Prices:

DAY FILMS (All Films at the Morris and Hudson Opera House)
CFC Members: $10 Non-Members $12

EVENING FILMS (as of 5:00 pm at the Crandell Venue ONLY)
CFC Members: $13; Non-Memberships $16

Gold Pass – Access to all films & events
CFC Members; $200, Non-Members; $250

All Film Pass – Access to films only, does not include events
CFC Members: $175 Non Members $225

The Crandell Theatre is located at 48 Main Street in the Village of Chatham. Visit CrandellTheatre.org for more info.

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About Jeff McKinney

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