YAAA 2014 Film Festival FAQs
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The Yale African-American Affinity Group’s (YAAA) 2014 Film Festival is a four-day event dedicated to highlighting the contributions of African-Americans in film. Screenings of several must-see films and local documentaries will take place in the Whitney Humanities Center at 53 Wall Street, New Haven, CT.
This is event is sponsored by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Yale University’s African-American Affinity Group, Film Studies Center, Films at the Whitney, LGBTQ Affinity Group, along with the generous support of the Yale African American Cultural Center.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q1:Is this event open to the public?
Q2: How do I register for the Film Festival online?
Q3:Can I reserve more than one ticket?
Q4:Can I secure one ticket for all showings?
Q5:Are children allowed to attend, and if so, what are the recommended ages?
Q6:How do I reserve my seat by phone?
Q7:How late can I register?
A7:Registration for each screening will close 24 hours prior to the start of the screening.
Q8:Will walk-ins be allowed to attend?
Q9:What time should I arrive?
Q10:Can I volunteer for the event?
A10:YAAA welcomes any individual in the Yale and New Haven community to volunteer at all of our events. Click here to register as a volunteer.