Nothing but the truth. That’s the theme for year three of the One Take Film Festival (OTFF). The celebration of documentary film takes place Thursday, April 25 to Sunday, April 28 at the Little Theatre (240 East Avenue). The festival will also include screenings at the Dryden Theatre (900 East Avenue) and Eastman School of Music (26 Gibbs Street).
The 2019 lineup includes a live score screening from Emmy-winning composer Jeff Beal, short films from Western New York directors, a thought-provoking look at Satanists, a 20th anniversary screening of American Movie, and more. Full lineup below, and at otff.org/films.
About OTFF: The festival has grown out the Little Theatre's highly successful monthly documentary series – One Take: Stories Through the Lens – that began in 2012. It celebrates and promotes the art of non-fiction filmmaking and stimulates public understanding and appreciation of documentary film. The festival is a four-day celebration of education, art, music, food, empowerment, and film. The festival brings together filmmakers and audiences for direct engagement after each event. OTFF debuted in May 2017. This is the third year of OTFF.
Passes and tickets: All-access pass prices are $85 for a regular pass and $70 for seniors, students, along with members of The Little and the Roc Doc Group.
For individual shows at The Little, general admission tickets are $11 and $7 for members of The Little and the Roc Doc Group. Individual tickets go on sale Monday, April 8.