This year’s festival is being presented in two “phases,” and here’s how they work in a nutshell. The first phase is called IN-PERSON PLUS. This features 16 film screenings offered both at The Elaine Wolf Theatre for in-person viewing PLUS an opportunity to watch each film virtually for a period of seven days following that in-person screening. If you’re not able to join us in person for any reason, simply opt for the virtual platform to view a film that you’d otherwise have viewed at The Elaine Wolf Theatre—it’s that simple to maintain access to this wonderful catalog of film.
The second phase is an ALL-VIRTUAL week of 10 additional film screenings that will all be released simultaneously on Wednesday, February 23, and be available for a full week. If it suits you, you can grab a ticket or pass to any of these films and view them at home—no pressure to make an in-person screening if you’re busy or simply uncomfortable in group settings these days.
Despite our best efforts to alleviate confusion and maximize accessibility, we know this can all be a bit overwhelming. We want to be available to answer questions and address concerns by building back our Patron Services staff, holding regular box office hours, and offering as many ways to enjoy the festival as possible. Please don’t hesitate to reach out or use our “How to Fest” page on the DJFF website—we want you to join us however you can.
We hope you enjoy everything that the festival has to offer this year!
Tickets go on sale on January 19*, 10:00 am!
Box Office Hours:
Monday – Friday, 12:00 – 5:00 pm and one hour before all screenings
303.316.6360; Monday – Friday, 12:00 – 5:00 pm
*The DJFF needed to delay ticket-on-sale date by one week to January 19. Here is their notice regarding the change:
In our lineup announcement on Wednesday, January 5, we communicated that tickets for the 26th annual Denver Jewish Film Festival would go on sale on Wednesday, January 12.
We know how much our audiences enjoy receiving a physical festival brochure, and we are working hard to get that out in advance of tickets going on sale. Unfortunately, our printer needs to delay the printing process due to complications surrounding Covid-19.
At this time, we need to push back the ticket-on-sale date to Wednesday, January 19.
Our box office staff will be available to assist you with all of your ticketing needs during the hours listed, starting on January 19.