Oxford Film Festival

Published on March 24th, 2021 | by TLV News


Oxford Film Festival Day One – Schedule and Map

Tru Hotel (97 Ed Perry Blvd)

10 am: Box Office opens

Oxford Conference Center Red Circus Tent

5–7 pm: Game Night/Meet & Greet with Party Waitin To Happen catering, cocktails from Proof Beverages, and a variety of southern beers from Clark Beverages. Only 10 tickets remain, so get them before sold out – even badge holders!

7 pm: Mori (with attending filmmaker Jonathan Breaux) and Murder Bury Win. About 20 tickets remain. Get them here!

Oxford Commons Tent

6:30 pm: short films + The Passing On

8:30 pm: Hungry to Learn (Due to construction, please take the shuttle from the Tru starting at 5:45 p.m. for this venue. ADA parking available on site. You can also park across the street at Malco. Please let our ushers help you across the street to be safe.)

Oxford High School Drive-in (lot opens at 6 pm)RESCHEDULED TO APRIL 10 DUE TO EXPECTED RAIN

6:30 pm: The Water Walker + Drought

8:45 pm: Uprooted – the History of Jazz Dance


Cannon Motors is teaming up with the festival to provide four parked SUVs straight from their lot as a special opportunity for those without a car. To reserve one for a film, contact the Film Festival box office first to book the car for you! No license as no driving! You do need transport to the lot but the OUT bus is available! Can fit up to 5 people for $20 for group. Email us at boxoffice@oxfordfilmfest.com 


Malco Commons Tent (825 Sisk Ave) – Screenings
Malco Outdoor Theater (206 Commonwealth Blvd) – Screenings
OHS Drive-In #1 (101 Charger Loop) – Screenings
Oxford Conf Ctr Tent (102 Ed Perry Blvd) – Screenings
Tru Hotel (97 Ed Perry Blvd) – Box Office
Premier Lanes (204 Commonwealth Blvd) – Cosmic Party
Powerhouse (413 S. 14th St) – Projections


Malco Screen 1 (206 Commonwealth Blvd)
Oxford Conference Center (102 Ed Perry Blvd)

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