Got a TAP card? Well, you’re in luck! The Los Angeles Film Festival returns this Wednesday, June 10 with American and international screenings scheduled to play at various locations in L.A.
Metro customers with a valid TAP card can save $5 on gala screenings and special event tickets, $2 on Matinee tickets and 10% on festival passes. This year, Angelenos can expect independent filmmakers to compete for best U.S. fiction films, break-out global talent in documentary films, best independent gaming and new forms of storytelling through music videos, webseries and podcasts.
See screenings at Figat7th by taking the Metro Red, Purple or Expo Line to 7th Street/Metro Center Station. Catch the Metro Rapid 720 to Wilshire/Fairfax for films playing at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
The Metro Expo and Blue Line will take you to Pico Station for screenings at L.A. Live.
Also, Union Station will host a special screening of Who Framed Roger Rabbit? on Friday, June 12 in the Old Ticket Hall. More information on that is available here.
For more information on screening venues throughout the city, visit the LA Film Festival website. For more routes and connections, use the Trip Planner at metro.net.
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