TRIFF 2023 FAQ
Career & Education Fair: In 2023, TRIFF will add a full day of career and education information and hands-on experiences for high school and college students on Friday, October 6, 2023 at the Tryon Fine Arts Center.
Education: In 2022, TRIFF added an education component to the festival. The 2023 Education Institute will offer three days of workshops at the Tryon Fine Arts Center and adjacent Lanier Library on Melrose Avenue in Tryon.
Events: TRIFF includes events throughout the weekend — Friday – Sunday Vendor Expo, Friday evening Gala, Friday Premier, Saturday Brew Fest & Featured Film & Sunday Breakfast and VIP Events.
Films: The Festival offers films judged by filmmakers beginning on Friday, October 6 with student films and throughout the weekend.
Food: Tryon has a host of food options avialable through TRIFF events and local and area resturants.
Lodging: Tryon and surroundingn towns have a variety of lodging options available to festival attendees. Book lodging early as the area is a popular trouist and equestrian destination year round.
Networking: Opportunities to mix and mingle with filmmakers, film groups, producers, videographers, drone operators and more are available throughout the festival.
Tickets: Tickets go on sale May 1, 2023. Tickets will be available to purchase online or at the festival.
Sponsorships: TRIFF 20223 Sponsorships are available thru June 1, 2023.
Vendor Expo: In 2023, TRIFF is adding a Vendor Expo that will open on Friday, October 6 and be open throughout the festival weekend.
Virtual Attendance: In 2023, TRIFF will again offer a Festivee Ticket option to view individual, blocks and full festival film options to ensure you are able to view as many films as possible.
Volunteers: TRIFF’s success is dependent on volunteers. Interested? Please contact TRIFFVolunteer@gmail.com for more information.
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