ASHLAND, Ore. — Gayle Slates was the first in line on the first day of the Ashland Independent Film Festival (AIFF) Thursday. “You get here early to get a good seat,” Slates said. She’s going to see 24 films in five days.
While Slates went in to the first showing at noon on Thursday, Mardy Carson had to wait for the chance to get a ticket. She was “rushing.” In other words, showing up before showtime and waiting for the few leftover from pre-sale.
So far the box office dished out more than 16,000 tickets and expect to sell some 2,000 more. But you don’t have to show up early extremely early or plan your day too far in advance. Click here for more information on AIFF.