The highly anticipated Omaha Film Festival 2021 will be both virtual and physical, albeit with limited times and days in the theater. While the festival will run virtually from March 2-14, limited screenings will take place at Aksarben Cinema March 12 and 13. For regular festival attendees, this means something very special. For the first time, we will be able to see every film submitted.

In festivals past, films ran concurrently in different theaters and it was impossible to see them all. The opportunity to buy into the virtual screenings means you can sit at home and take in all of the entries at your own pace. Just like every year, there are tons of entries, 94 films to be exact. Ticket options include an All Access Pass for $90, an All Access Virtual Pass for $70 (virtual screenings only) and an All Access Physical Pass for $50 (Aksarben Cinema showings). Visit the Omaha Film Festival Facebook page for info about films and tickets.  

  


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