The 40th Annual Denver Film Festival is coming to Denver from November 1 to 12. Expect to see over 200 films from local, national, and international independent film companies. Tickets go on sale to the general public on October 11.
The Denver Film Society announced details for its 40th annual Denver Film Festival (DFF40). More than 200 films are expected to be screened from various independent filming companies in Colorado, nationwide and even worldwide.
The full program for the 12-day festival will be released on Monday, October 9. Single tickets will be available to members on October 10 and to the general public on Wednesday, October 11. But, if you act fast, you can buy one of three festival packages that are now on sale (prices increase after October 8):
Six Pack: $60 for Members | $78 for Non-members | Valid for matinee and regular screenings and panels | Purchase Here
15-Pack: $135 for Members | $180 for Non-members | Valid for matinee and regular screenings and panels | Purchase Here
Red Carpet Pack: $75 for Members | $90 for Non-members | Three red carpet film expeirences at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House | Purchase Here
As with last year’s festival, the Sie FilmCenter will be the main base while the Ellie Caulkins Opera House, UA Denver Pavilions, and Civic Center’s McNichols Building will be hosting screenings of the films. And after the co-star and director of La La Land, Emma Stone and Damien Chazelle, attended the festival last year, it makes me wonder how star-studded this year’s festival will be.
Did you attend the festival last year? Are you going to attend this year? What high-profile stars do you think will attend this year? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!