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Attendees are welcome to attend a Q&A session with the Director and special guests beginning at 5 pm before the film starts at 6 pm.
Ron Maxwell has expressed his gratitude for all the preservation efforts made on the Battlefield over the past 25 years thanks largely to the efforts of the Friends of Gettysburg. During the Q&A, he will explore how these preservation efforts would have changed his filming perspective for the better, not having to navigate around modern intrusions like power lines, towers and hotels. Along with special guests, he’ll also share his many insights into the making of this classic film.
For tickets, please visit the Majestic Theater.
General Admission tickets, including the Q&A session are priced at $25, and signed Director’s Cut DVDs will be on sale that evening.
VIP Tickets to the Saturday Screening Include an Exclusive Performance by Stephen Lang on Friday, October 12
The Gettysburg Foundation is also offering a limited number of VIP tickets that include a private dinner on Friday night with a powerful performance by Stephen Lang (who portrayed General Pickett in Gettysburg), a special tour and battlefield access on Saturday afternoon, premium seating for the Saturday screening, and more. Order soon as only a limited number of seats are available! VIP tickets are $150 and include:
For more details on the VIP package, please contact Grace Lauver at 717-339-2150 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
25 Carlisle Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325