Denver Film Fest 2023 announces lineup, premieres, tickets for 2023

The 46th Denver Film Festival will open with the award-winning comedy “American Fiction” on Nov. 3 and close on Nov. 12 with Colorado native Gabriela Cowperthwaite’s space thriller, “I.S.S,” Denver Film announced Wednesday.

In between, the region’s biggest film festival will screen 184 feature-length movies, including Oscar submissions from 15 countries, and honor actor-director Michael Shannon (“The Flash,” “George and Tammy”) and director Andrew Haigh (“All of Us Strangers”), among others yet to be announced.

Tickets for individual screenings, special presentations and red carpet events are on sale to the public starting at 10 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 6, at Five- and 10-ticket packages are sold out; additional festival packages run $450 to $1,250 for non-members.

Single tickets to regular screenings are $13 to $17, panels are $10, and parties are (generally) $25.

This year’s events will be held at Denver’s Sie FilmCenter, the Ellie Caulkins Opera House, Denver Botanic Gardens, Denver Museum of Nature & Science, and the AMC 9 + CO 10, Denver Film officials said. In addition to red carpet presentations of “Maxine’s Baby: The Tyler Perry Story” (Nov. 7), “The Boy and the Heron” (Nov. 8), there will be a special focus on Italian cinema, a robust lineup of documentaries and shorts, Q&As and workshops, and the annual Colorado Spotlight program.

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