Experience the festival in your own way with the following tickets and passes (7 – 10 November 2013)

Screening Passes

Please Note:
Festival Passes are now only available from our Festival Hub and 1331 Bar. They are no longer available online. If you have already bought tickets online, you must collect them from our Festival Hub at Visit York.

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3 Day Screening Pass
8 – 10 November 2013

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An all-inclusive 3-day pass for all screenings across the city. Includes access to all venues for complete freedom of choice with regard to your festival experience. Mix and match your favourite venues, genres and the best screening times for you, and between your selected screenings enjoy shopping, a drink or something to eat in the beautiful city centre. This ticket is valid during the whole festival from the start on Friday 8 November until the end on Sunday 10 November.

 

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Friday Screening Pass
8 November 2013

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This pass is valid for the duration of Friday 8 November 2013. An all-inclusive 1 day pass for all screenings at all locations across the city, allowing you to see the films you want to, at your preferred venues, and enjoy free time in York in between. Please note that you will need to exchange your email receipt for a festival wristband at our Hub before you can access the screenings on the day. The Hub will be open for you to collect your wristband from 9am on Thursday 7 November.

 

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Saturday Screening Pass
9 November 2013

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This pass is valid for the duration of Saturday 9 November 2013. An all-inclusive 1 day pass for all screenings at all locations across the city, allowing you to see the films you want to, at your preferred venues, and enjoy free time in York in between. Please note that you will need to exchange your email receipt for a festival wristband at our Hub before you can access the screenings on the day. The Hub will be open for you to collect your wristband from 9am on Thursday 7 November.

 

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Sunday Screening Pass
10 November 2013

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This pass is valid for the duration of Sunday 10 November 2013. An all-inclusive 1 day pass for all screenings at all locations across the city, allowing you to see the films you want to, at your preferred venues, and enjoy free time in York in between. Please note that you will need to exchange your email receipt for a festival wristband at our Hub before you can access the screenings on the day. The Hub will be open for you to collect your wristband from 9am on Thursday 7 November.

 

Masterclasses

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Joakim Sundström on Sound Editing
Venue: York Theatre Royal
Friday 8 November 2013
Time: 16:00 – 17:30
Price: £8.50

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BAFTA nominated Supervising Sound Editor Joakim Sundström will discuss the principles of sound editing and design, drawing upon his extensive experience working on Oscar and BAFTA winning films (Filth, Seven PsychopathsBerberian Sound StudioThe Constant Gardener). He will be joined in his masterclass by a representative from BAFTA.

 

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Barry Ryan on Warp Films
Venue: York Theatre Royal
Friday 8 November 2013
Time: 13:30 – 15:00
Price: £8.50

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Warp Films is a company known and respected the world over for such modern classics as Four Lions, Dead Man’s Shoes, This Is England and Submarine. Producer Barry Ryan’s masterclass will cover the breadth of Warp’s projects, encompassing a dynamic range of shorts and features, and offer insights into production and how to stand out in the film industry.

 

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Tom Leggett on Film Production
Venue: York St John University
Friday 8 November 2013
Time: 11:30 – 12:30
Price: £8.50

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Dedicated to producing and broadcasting alternative films, Film4 is known for working with the most innovative talent in the UK. As Development Editor, Tom collaborates with filmmakers to nurture films from conception to the end result. He will discuss the production processes involved, and what the channel looks for in its upcoming talent.

 

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Alice Lowe on Screenwriting
Venue: York Theatre Royal
Friday 8 November 2013
Time: 12:00 – 13:00
Price: £8.50

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Actor/writer Alice Lowe has appeared in some of the UK’s best loved TV comedies (Black Books, Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace), and the popular British films Hot Fuzz and Kill List. As co-writer and star of the acclaimed black comedy Sightseers, Alice will discuss screenwriting techniques and how performance can be used as a writing tool.

 

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Hussain Currimbhoy: Documentary
Venue: York St John University
Friday 8 November 2013
Time: 13:30 – 14:30
Price: £8.50

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Sheffield Doc/Fest is the UK’s leading festival focusing on the documentary genre. As Programmer for the event, Hussain knows what to look out for in cutting edge factual film. Discussing how the genre is developing, he will explore the notion of what documentary is in 2013, what makes a good non-fiction film, and how to get yours noticed on the circuit.

 

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Cowboy Films: Lisa Bryer
Venue: York St John University
Friday 8 November 2013
Time: 15:00 – 16:00
Price: £8.50

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Lisa Bryer is Founder and Producer of Cowboy Films, the company behind such recognised titles as MarleyLast King of Scotland, Fire in Babylon and Goodbye Charlie Bright. Also drawing upon her experience as Chair of BAFTA’s Short Film Jury, Lisa will share the secrets of being a successful producer and provide advice for those aspiring to get into this field.

 

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TANDEM on Animation
Venue: York St John University
Friday 8 November 2013
Time: 16:30 – 17:30
Price: £8.50

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TANDEM is an Oscar winning animation studio specialising in commercials and shorts. Producer Emma Burch will discuss the studio’s filmmaking process with Oscar and BAFTA winning director Daniel Greaves. Looking closely at his new short, Mr Plastimime, the masterclass will include clips from his Oscar winner, Manipulation, and a Q&A.

 

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Susie Wright: Channel 4
Venue: York St John University
Friday 8 November 2013
Time: 13:00 – 14:00
Price: £8.50

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Channel 4 has a world class reputation for innovation and seeks to invest in the next generation of content. Susie Wright is Media Project Manager with its Creative Diversity team, which is a first port of call for new, emergent and unorthodox talent. She will discuss her role in making Channel 4 the most creatively diverse broadcaster in the UK, and what the channel looks for.

 

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Maggie Ellis: Film London
Venue: York St John University
Friday 8 November 2013
Time: 15:00 – 16:00
Price: £8.50

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Film London is the capital’s film and media agency – promoting and developing London as a major international film culture capital. Maggie, head of Artists’ Moving Image will discuss the movement and development of artist film into features and the cross over from galleries into cinemas, highlighting the opportunities for filmmakers at Film London.

 

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Craig McNeil on Music Video
Venue: York St John University
Friday 8 November 2013
Time: 15:00 – 16:00
Price: £8.50

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Craig McNeil is Director of TV and Film at Beggars Group (Rough Trade, 4AD, Matador, XL Recordings). He has extensive experience in promoting music videos to the leading music channels, and knows the best way to get your video seen. Offering insights into what makes a music video commercial, he will give advice on how to make yours stand out.

 

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Panel Discussion
Venue: York St John University
Friday 8 November 2013
Time: 13:00 – 14:00
Price: £8.50

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Lisa Bryer (Chair of BAFTA Short Film Jury), Alan Bernstein (Director of Learning at London Film School), Philip Ilson (London Short Film Festival Director/Short Film Programmer at London Film Festival) and Colin Pons (Producer and Board Member of Showroom & Workstation) debate whether a short film can exist in its own right or if it has to lead to other things.

 

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Chris Thomas on Directing
Venue: York St John University
Friday 8 November 2013
Time: 15:00 – 16:00
Price: £8.50

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Raindance Film Festival is Europe’s leading independent film festival. Chris Thomas has been directing actors in film and theatre projects for the past 20 years, so he knows a thing or two about the business. He will provide various approaches and helpful dynamic tips on directing, how to get better results from the cast, and create a richer experience for the audience.

 

Special Ticketed Events

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Opening Night
Venue: City Screen York
Thursday 7 November 2013
Time: 19:00 – 23:00
Price: £12

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Celebrate the opening of ASFF 2013 with us at City Screen and experience a taste of the exceptional filmmaking the festival has to offer. Guests will receive a complimentary drink with their ticket and a VIP Bag filled with great gifts. The screening will be followed by an after-party with live music. Upon booking for this event, your name will be added to a guest list and the ticket is non-transferable. Dress code is smart.

 

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Meet the Filmmakers
Venue: Yorkshire Museum
Saturday 9 November 2013
Time: 19:00 – 23:00
Price: £7

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Experience evening screenings followed by a lively panel discussion with a selection of our filmmakers. There will also be networking opportunities, a bar and music. Please note that you will need to hold onto your email receipt for the event you have booked for – this is your ticket. Your name will also be on the door and the ticket is non-transferable.

 

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Awards Ceremony & After Party
Venue: De Grey Rooms
Sunday 10 November 2013
18:00 – 21:00. After Party 21:00 – 23:00
Price: £7

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ASFF culminates in style with a closing night award ceremony, which begins with drinks and networking opportunities from 6pm. Join us to celebrate the 2013 festival as our winners are announced and their prizes awarded. Please note that you will need to hold onto your email receipt for the event you have booked for - this is your ticket. Your name will also be on the door and the ticket is non-transferable.

 

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Networking Sessions
8 – 10 November 2013
Venue: Dean Court Hotel
Times: Between 11:00 – 16:00
Price: £7

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Our industry networking sessions, held at York’s Dean Court Hotel, are open to both filmmakers and the public. They present an opportunity to engage directly with, and gain valuable insights from, representatives from leading film organisations (Edinburgh International Film Festival, BAFTA, National Film & Television School and many more), while exchanging ideas and information. Tea and coffee included.

 

Collecting Tickets

Please note that you will need to exchange your email receipt for a Festival Ticket at the Festival Hub (Visit York) before you can access the screenings. The Festival Hub will be open for you to collect your tickets from 9am on Thursday 7 November.

Tickets also available from:

Visit York (1 Museum Street) 9:00 – 17:00

1331 Bar & Cinema (13 Grape Lane) 11:00 – 22:00

Mansion House (St Helens Square) 16:00 – 22:00

Yorkshire Museum (Museum Gardens) 17:00 – 20:00

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