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Jane Austen Film Festival
July 10 @ 7:00 pm-11:00 pm
FILM CHANGE: Due to Copyright Issues We will now be showing Mansfield Park (2000) on July 17th. Our apologies for any inconvenience. If you would like a refund for July 17th please contact Hillary Hughes at Events@Dumbartonhouse.org.
Series Pass SOLD OUT
Grab a blanket, grab a date, grab friends and family and enjoy Jane Austen’s timeless love stories under the stars in our beautiful historic garden. Now in its 8th year, the Jane Austen Film Festival has officially been EXPANDED to now include 5 films!
July 3rd- Sense and Sensibility (1995)
July 10th- Emma (1996)
July 17th- Mansfield Park (2000) *NEW* Changed from Persuasion
July 24th- Love and Friendship (2016)
July 31st- Pride and Prejudice (2005)
Buy your tickets in advance- as this event sells out! Ticket can be purchased for individual films at $6 each, a full series pass- all 5 films for $25 or free for Dumbarton House Museum Members*
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
-Tickets should be purchased in advance as this event regularly sells out.
-Rain dates are August 7, 14 and 21
-Rain call we be made via social media by 3:00 the day of each film. Please follow us @dumbartonhouse
-Gates open at 7:30 for the general public
-Gates open early at 7:00 for museum members
-The film will start at sunset- roughly 8:30
-Refreshments and concessions available for sale
-picnics encouraged- no glass please
-Blankets encouraged. Low chairs only please- those in tall chairs will be moved to the edge or back of viewing area to ensure everyone has an unobstructed view.
-Seating is a first come, first serve basis
-No dogs (service animals allowed)
-Seating for ticket holders can not be guaranteed 15 mins after the start of the film.
-Tickets are non-refundable or transferable. If you are no longer able to attend, thank you for supporting Dumbarton House.
*Museum member tickets MUST be purchased in advance. For questions regarding membership please contact Kelly Harro at Kellyharro@dumbartonhouse.org
Photo credit: Pablo Pimienta