TBAs and special screenings will be posted daily outside all theaters, at Hospitality, online at www.mountainfilm.org/final-beta, on our Facebook page and via Twitter @Mountainfilm.
All theaters have two lines: 1) pass holders and ticket holders and 2) ticket buyers. Pass and ticket holders are admitted first; additional tickets are sold for $25 if seats are still available. Queue early, especially at the smaller theaters: Sheridan (230 seats), Nugget (186), Masons (130) and The Library (65). (Read about the new programming focus at the Library this year: page XX).
The back of your pass lists any restrictions.
Individual program tickets ($25) go on sale after all pass holders have been admitted to the theater.
When lines start to form, theater staff will often issue Q tickets. If you see these colored and numbered pieces of paper being handed out, get one. The lower the number on the Q, the more likely it is that you’ll get into the theater. Qs are issued at the discretion of each theater’s staff depending upon the popularity of the program. Qs donot guarantee a seat in the theater; they merely let the staff know your place in line to prevent others from cutting in front of you. If you do not enter the theater when your number is called, you will wait until the entire line has been let into the theater.
For the uninterrupted enjoyment of all, theater staffs will not grant access into a program once it starts.
TBAs and special screenings will be posted daily outside all theaters, at Hospitality, online at www.mountainfilm.org/final-beta, on our Facebook page and via Twitter @mountainfilm.