The Telluride Film Festival year-round office is now set up as your one-stop festival shop. Stop by upstairs at the Nugget Building (201 W Colorado Ave), Suite 207, to buy one of our iconic William Wegman posters, festival passes, to join us as a sponsor, and to ask any Festival-related questions you may have. And be sure to ask about our local Telluride Business Friends program, in which members partner with the Festival as a sponsor and receive tickets, event invitations, and great recognition both during the Telluride Film Fest and throughout the year. In choosing one of the program’s levels and signing on as a Telluride Business Friend, you are working with us to enhance and promote film and the arts in the Telluride community.
Acme Passes have already sold out, so the rush is on to get your Festival, Cinephile and Patron Passes.
Cinephile Pass ($340): Provides admission to a special menu of unique and often unrepeatable programs, including classic film restorations, silents, Guest Director selections, and all three Tributes, Late Shows, selected new films, and other special programs, plus admission to the Labor Day Picnic.
Festival Pass ($680): Provides admission to all events – including the Opening Night Feed and Labor Day Picnic – as well as first-come first-seated basis to all cinemas, with the exception of the Sheridan Opera House, where admission to two specific randomly selected programs is provided.
Patron Pass ($3900): Provides admission to all events at all sites, including non-reserved seating at the Sheridan Opera House tributes. Patrons have priority seating at all theatres, are guests of honor at the Guest/Patron Brunch on Friday morning, and also at the “Patron’s Preview,” the first screening of an important new film on Friday afternoon.
The office hours are from 2-5pm, Tuesday –Thursday, or by appointment. Please contact Krissy Webster at 970-728-7005 or by email at email@example.com for more information, and visit our website at www.telluridefilmfestival.org
The Telluride Film Festival is a presentation of The National Film Preserve, Ltd.: a 501 (c) (3) non-profit educational corporation.