We care deeply about the well-being and safety of our guests, filmmakers, and staff. As such, we regularly monitor CDC updates for Indianapolis community levels. We ask that all IBDFF 2022 guests come prepared to wear a mask covering their nose and mouth inside the venues and show proof of full vaccination* should the CDC recommend that these measures are necessary. If you have flu-like symptoms such as a cough or fever, if you have been exposed to someone exhibiting these symptoms, or if you have recently tested positive for COVID-19, we ask that you stay home to recover and plan to attend next year's festival.
To gain entry to IBDFF 2022, you will need proof of a paid admission (i.e., your Eventbrite ticket barcode or payment confirmation email), and if recommended by the CDC at the time of the festival, a valid photo ID along with one of the following items:
- Physical vaccination card
- A legible photo, copy, or scan of your card; an image on your phone will be acceptable provided that it is legible
*Full vaccination means any vaccine for COVID-19 which has received full or emergency use approval from the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Individuals are considered fully vaccinated if they have received all primary COVID-19 two-dose or one-dose vaccines plus at least one booster authorized for use by the FDA. Attendees will need to show proof of vaccination status as they enter the theater.
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