A zany comedy about overnight millionaires, a Spanish-language film about a couple questioning their marriage and a documentary about American World War II veterans who risked everything to help the fledgling state of Israel survive are among the films to be screened as part of the 7th annual St. Augustine Film Festival.
To be held from Jan. 19-22 at various downtown venues, the festival will feature more than 40 films. Screening locations include Flagler’s Lewis Auditorium and Gamache-Koger College Theatre as well as on three screens at Corazon Cinema and Café.
A series of festival parties will also be held throughout the weekend.
Film and party passes are on sale on the festival’s website: http://www.staugfilmfest.com/. Individual tickets for films at the Lewis Auditorium are only available online. All other tickets can be purchased 10 minutes prior to show time at the venue via cash or credit card. Individual tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for senior citizens and $7 for military members and students.