Following a mostly virtual event last year, the Denver Film Festival will return Nov. 3-14 with in-person screenings and events, producer Denver Film announced today.
However, the two-week festival also will bring back the virtual platform it used last year for screenings, at denverfilm.org, and by downloading the Denver Film app for Roku TV or Apple TV.
“After a fully virtual Denver Film Festival last year, we know our members and film lovers throughout the area are eager to come together again to enjoy a robust lineup of screenings, events, panels and more,” said Kevin Smith, Denver Film’s chief marketing officer, in a press statement.
This year’s event will feature daily and Red Carpet screenings in-person, “events and entertainment throughout the city,” and pop-up events in metro Denver. Returning venues include McNichols Civic Center Building, Denver Film’s Sie FilmCenter and Ellie Caulkins Opera House — where the biggest premieres and guests tend to show up.
General admission and ticket packs are on sale at denverfilm.org. GA tickets are $17 (or $13 for Denver Film members), with matinee tickets for $11. Early bird 5-pack tickets are $70, increasing to $75 in late August, and early bird 10-pack tickets are $135 (increasing to $145 in late August).
The full lineup for the festival will be announced in the coming weeks.
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