DENVER – Tickets to the 40th annual Denver Film Festival are so hot right now they’re already selling out – but the event doesn't even start for another two weeks!
As of Wednesday evening, a total of 21 screenings were already sold-out, or placed on “stand-by,” meaning you could still get a spot to the screening if the original buyer had a change of heart.
The tickets will become available at the venue box office one hour prior to the screening time for the price of $15, the film fest’s website states.
This year, the festival will open with Lady Bird, directed by Greta Gerwig and starring Saorise Ronan. It will close with Craig Gillespie’s I, Tonya, starring Margot Robbie.
Tickets for the Denver Film Festival start at $15 for regular screenings, and $18 for special presentations (members get a $3 discount for both regular and special presentation screenings).
The festival officially ends the next day, on Sunday, Nov. 12.
To buy tickets for the 40th annual Denver Film Festival, click here.