By CBS Baltimore Staff

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Calling all movie buffs: tickets will go on sale this week for the 10th annual Annapolis Film Festival, which is set to kick off later this month.

The four-day film festival runs from March 31 through April 3. It will feature over 70 films that will be screened at four venues: Maryland Hall, Asbury United Methodist Church, Annapolis Elementary and the Jack C. Taylor Center at the Naval Institute.

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Besides screenings of feature films, documentaries and shorts, the festival will feature parties, panels and Q&A sessions with various filmmakers.

Individual tickets are set to go on sale starting on Friday. In most cases, tickets will run $15 per film or event. But there are $50 Opening Night tickets, which include admission to the after-party.

Additionally, there are a limited number of festival passes available now for $195 each, $175 for Annapolis Film Society members, $100 for students and $100 for a short films-only pass.

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This year marks a return of sorts for the film festival, which was held virtually last year due to the pandemic.

As a safety measure, masks will be required in theaters and all attendees will be subject to a wellness check-in upon arrival.

For ticketing details and a complete list of films, visit the festival’s website.

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CBS Baltimore Staff