How To Fest
Information regarding the 2022 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival will be posted later this year. The How To Fest guidelines below reflect the 2021 festival and may not be applicable to next year’s event.
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This year’s Full Frame Documentary Film Festival looks a little different. To help navigate the virtual event, we’ve created a short step by step guide to accessing the films and programs below.
You have questions. We have answers. Be sure to read the FAQ to learn all the ins and outs of this year’s virtual festival!READ THE FAQ
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STEP 1. EXPLORE THE FILMSEXPLORE THE FILMS
In addition, this year’s festival will feature a series of Filmmaker Q&As for most films that are free and open to the public. Keep reading to learn how to watch!
Some films are restricted to U.S. based audiences only. See the list here.
Most films have the option of Closed Captions or Subtitles. See the list here.
STEP 2. BUY TICKETS (OR SNAG A FREE Q&A PASS!)Visit the Box Office
Festival Passes are SOLD OUT, which means tickets are now the only way to see films during the festival!
Looking to watch the free Filmmaker Q&As? Register for a Q&A Pass through the Box Office.
STEP 3. HOW TO WATCH
You’ve made your film selections. You have a pass or tickets. Now you’re ready to start streaming! Films and Filmmaker Q&As may be screened on your television, computer, or mobile device.
IMPORTANT: You only have 24 hours to complete a film after clicking “Play”.
Windows 7, Windows 8.1, or Windows 10
Google Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Opera. Internet Explorer is not supported.
Mac OSX 10.12 or later
Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Opera.
Download or add the Full Frame app on Roku (software version 9.2 and above; not compatible with Roku Ultra).
Cast from a computer or Android device to a Chromecast device from Chrome browser.
Airplay from an Apple device to an Apple TV Gen2+ or any Smart TV with the AirPlay badge.
Connect an HDMI cable from a computer to your TV.
Use Safari on iOS 11.2 or later. Ensure “Screen Mirroring” is turned off.
Use Chrome on Android 6.0+.
All films will become available on June 2 at Noon (ET) and be available through June 6 at 11:59 PM (ET), or until a view cap is reached.