Win passes to opening night of the 10th annual Disposable Film Festival!

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Disposable Film Festival 2017 poster
Disposable Film Festival 2017 poster
Image: Disposable Film Festival

The 10th annual Disposable Film Festival, dubbed the “Oscars of online video,” runs March 30 to April 2 in San Francisco. The popular festival celebrates a decade of discovering and supporting the most visionary filmmakers of the digital age — artists who produce innovative stories at the intersection of art and technology.

Cult of Mac teamed up with the festival to give away a pair of free passes to the opening-night extravaganza. Enter below, and if you don’t win, don’t worry — everybody can get a discount!

The Disposable Film Festival features amazing films made with personal screens that get shown on the silver screen. Plus, there will be plenty of workshops, parties and more.

Opening night kicks off at San Francisco’s iconic Castro Theatre with a VIP party that starts at 6 p.m. The famed Competitive Shorts screening starts at 8 p.m. It will be followed by the festival awards and an after-party that evening, with additional events to follow throughout the weekend. (Be sure to check out the full Disposable Film Festival schedule.)

For more info and to grab tickets, visit the Disposable Film Festival website.

Win tickets to the Disposable Film Festival

We are giving away a pair of tickets to opening night to one lucky winner. Just email meghan@disposablefilm.com with subject line “DFF Opening Night Tix Contest” for your chance to win.

To get $3 off opening night general admission tickets, go to the DFF’s ticketing page and enter this code: DFFCultofMac.

About the Disposable Film Festival

Selected by Moviemaker Magazine as one of “The World’s Coolest Film Festivals,” the Disposable Film Festival over the past decade has been a pioneer in bringing the best online video across the globe from the personal screen to the silver screen.

Through screenings, workshops, competitions, panels, parties and other events intended to educate and inspire, the DFF promotes and supports the next generation of filmmakers to enter and change the industry. The program kicks off annually in San Francisco and is then seen at film festivals around the world throughout the year.