We’ll be back in person this year – so, your festival gets you access to all the screenings, panels events, and parties through the festival week.

Like last year’s festival pass, you’ll have access to all of over films on the virtual Eventive platform. You can access any of the scheduled film blocks on your schedule beginning March 1 and concluding March 10 and watch them from your computer, laptop, or Roku/Apple TV device. Along with all of the films, you’ll also be able to watch the panels and discussions recorded through the virtual platform.

You’ll also have preferred seating at the outdoor screening on the Valdosta State University campus, Saturday March 5.

With two indoor screening locations, panels, and our outdoor event on Saturday night, there’s a lot to do at the South Georgia Film Festival.

If you can’t make it all weekend, get a Day Pass to enjoy all the screenings and panels.

Along with VSU students, other college or high school students can access the same benefits as the Festival Pass for a discounted $20 with their appropriate ID.

  • Student Screening Pass

The same students can also attend any of the open-air screenings and panels during March 4, 5, & 6 for free with their appropriate ID.

Not able to be here in person (or just want to enjoy some of the festival at home), you can purchase a ticket for any film through our Eventive platform to stream within 24 hrs at your leisure.

Individual tickets for all screenings virtual can be purchased for $5.


You can learn about all the films and available panels through the festival website at

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Schedule / Sponsors

The 2022 South Georgia Film Festival will be held March 4, 5 & 6, 2022 to celebrate the art and industry of film across the region. Along with three days of films and panels, we are hosting a celebration of the creative spirit here in Valdosta.

We are proud to have continuing sponsors Georgia Power, Wild Adventures Theme Park, Georgia Beer Company and new sponsors like Film In South Georgia, to support the hard work and contribution of film to our community. Along with our host institution, Valdosta State University, their contribution allows us to be able to host a series of educational and informative panels during the festival.

Check out our schedule here




For more information, contact Festival Director, Jason Brown, at or call 229-219-1298.

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