Tickets, bundles and festival passes are available through the ArtsTix Community Box Office website, by calling the Arts United Box Office at 260-422-4226, or by visiting the box office in person at 303 E. Main St., Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Box office hours are Monday-Friday, 12-5.
These tickets may be purchased in advance through the ArtsTix website or the Arts United Box Office. They will be available at the the door for admittance into single film screenings, whle supplies last.
(Please call the Arts United Box Office at 260-422-4226, or visit the Box Office at 303 E. Main St, Fort Wayne, IN, to use member discount on ticket bundle.)
Bundles will either be vouchers the payee may redeem for specific films or the payee may be able to select their films and then enter a promo code upon check out online or with the box office.
To purchase ticket bundles through the ArtsTix website, go to the top of the page and click Passes/Gift Certs. Then use the dropdown menu under Type to select your bundle.
Ticket bundles are also available at the Arts United Box Office.
Passes will be worn on lanyards of various colors which will indicate to the box office volunteers which individuals should be given admittance.
To purchase festival passess through the ArtsTix website, go to the top of the page and click Passes/Gift Certs. Then use the dropdown menu under Type to select your pass.
Festival passes are also available at the Arts United Box Office.
Meet the Hobnobben Festival Comittee
Hobnobben Film Festival is where film lovers rub elbows with film makers, in downtown Ft. Wayne, Indiana. This will be the Summit City's first multi-day, multi-venue film festival, presented by Cinema Center, a nonprofit film organization with 40 years of experience in the community. This year's film festival will take place June 16th-June19th, 2016. Ft. Wayne is a cool, little city with a great art scene, a growing downtown busting at the seams with restaurants and bars, and because of Cinema Center, some of the most film-loving folks you will meet in the Midwest. Because Ft. Wayne is where electronics pioneer Philo Farnsworth perfected the invention of the modern television, we have decided to honor him at Hobnobben with Philo Fest, a portion of Hobnobben that focuses exclusively on episodic and serialized television pilots. But, we are also screening shorts and features from local, regional, national and international filmmakers, as well! This is our first year, but we are sure this film festival is taking Cinema Center, and all of northeast Indiana, down a great, cinematic road for years to come. The festival plaza is all within walking distance from downtown eateries, recreation, bars and all festival-related parties. The four Ft. Wayne venues hosting the Hobnobben Film Festival are Cinema Center, Arts United Center and Parkview Physicians Group ArtsLab and University of Saint Francis Performing Arts Center .