4-day event expected to bring cinematic grandeur to The Woodlands area
Tickets are still available for the inaugural Inspire Film Festival, which is running February 23-26 at several different Woodlands-area venues. The event will feature approximately 20 films over the four days that illustrate the power of one person to make great change in the world.
Festival director Jane Minarovic conceived of the festival as an opportunity to showcase films that deliver messages of inspiration to their audiences. She is a filmmaker herself who knows from experience what it takes to mount a successful film festival. “Besides the films themselves, Inspire will also include panel discussions, networking and social events, and special guests,” she said. The slates of films chosen for the festival are perfect for all adult audiences, as well as for younger audiences 12 years old and up.
Ticket packages range from $50 for a “Kindle Pass” – which allows entry to four screenings or events – or a “Spark Pass” for students, to $100 “Bonfire Passes” that allow entry to all screenings and select events, to $300 “Patron Passes” that allow full access to all screenings and events – including the VIP reception – during the festival. Additionally, Minarovic has announced two more tiers of tickets: A $20 single-film ticket, and a special “Bonfire Buy 2 Get 1 Free Pass.” Tickets can be purchased at www.inspirefilmfest.com, where people can also view a slate of the films and the accompanying planned activities.