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2015 Syracuse International Film Festival
Meet the Filmmakers VIP Reception
Updated October 10, 2015

GreeningUSA will hold a Meet the Filmmakers VIP Reception before the screening of A Sea Change at The Palace Theatre on Friday, Oct. 16, 2015. Ticket sales for this special pre-screening meet-and-greet and buffet dinner event have ended. We appreciate your interest and hope that you will still come out for the film which will begin promptly at 7 p.m.

VIP ticket holders: Check in at the door starting at 5 p.m. the night of the event. Simply give the name used to order your VIP ticket(s).

A Sea Change documentary video cover graphic

Ticket sales for the
Meet the Filmmakers
VIP Reception have ended.

Thank you for your interest and we hope to see you at the movie!

Questions? Email

For information on supporting the work of the Climate Change Awareness and Action Committee, the organizers of the "A Sea Change" documentary screening event, contact Peter Wirth, 315-476-3396,

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This special "A Sea Change" documentary and panel presentation event is sponsored by GreeningUSA, a local nonprofit advocating for sustainable communities, and by the Syracuse International Film Festival. Event proceeds will benefit GreeningUSA.

Many thanks to our screening event's media sponsor:

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