Put on your best red carpet outfit and get ready for two weeks of parties and celebrations.
It's time to brush off your red carpet shoes! Denver Film announced that the Denver Film Festival would return to in-person events this year. The festival will take place November 3-4 with screenings and satellite events, in addition to a virtual component.
Last year, the Denver Film Festival took place fully virtual, with the option to connect to the event's virtual hub and watch films via Roku TV, Apple TV, or Cast/Airplay. The event organizers plan to bring back a similar virtual component for those who can't attend the in-person festivities. The virtual event will be available in the same format as last year and available via denverfilm.org.
“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,” the Denver Film chief marketing officer, Kevin Smith, said in a press statement.
The in-person event will include daily and red carpet screenings with events and entertainment throughout the city. Venues include McNichols Civic Center, Sie FilmCenter, and Ellie Caulkins Opera House.
Guests can purchase general admission and ticket packs on denverfilm.org. General admission tickets are $17 for nonmembers and $13 for Denver Film members. Matinee tickets are $11. Guests can also purchase early bird five-pack tickets for $70, which will increase to $75 in late August. Early bird 10-pack tickets are available for $135 and will increase to $145 in late August.
Denver Film will announce the full lineup in the coming weeks.
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