The Festival presents three awards each year. The Tally Shorts Favorite and the Florida Favorite are determined by a panel of judges from the film industry and allied fields. Meet the 2020 judges.
In addition, the audience votes on an Audience Favorite Award.
Our program committee scours hundreds of hours of films from the region and around the world, bringing you the very best cinema from around the world. Films that tell stories you won’t hear or see anywhere else, that will challenge and excite you. Two hundred films from 30 countries were submitted and viewed by our program committee.
The 2020 film schedule includes 72 films, representing over 14 hours of incredible filmmaking.
Tickets are on sale now. We recommend buying an All Fest Pass that give you access to all films, events, and parties. All Fest Passes are more expensive day of Festival.
The Tally Shorts Box Office is located in the Turner Auditorium Lobby. The Box Office will open at 6PM on Friday, February 7, and 9AM on Saturday February 8.
Passes purchased in advance are picked up at the Box Office – we do not mail passes.
You may purchase passes and tickets to individual film blocks at the Box Office during the Festival.
A note about seating
Like most all film festivals, seating is on a first-come, first-served basic. Your pass does not guarantee you a seat, so we recommend you arrive early for the films you want to see.
Tally Shorts takes place in Tallahassee Community College’s Turner Auditorium, a beautiful, 490 seat theatre.
Fine and Performing Arts Center, Tallahassee Community College
444 Appleyard Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32304
There are many lodging options both city-wide and in downtown Tallahassee. These are our top recommendations.
A special thanks to these hotels for supporting Tally Shorts Film Festival.
Free parking is available in the parking lot directly in front of Turner Auditorium.