Screenings for Film Fest 2018 will take place at various venues around Downtown Tucson. Venues will include th Historic Scottish Rite Cathedral, located at 160 South Scott Avenue, The Fox Tucson Theatre at 17 West Congress, the AC Marriott Hotel at 151 Broadway Blvd. and on our outdoor screen on Scott Avenue South of Broadway. For more details and images visit The Venues
Parking for Film Fest Tucson is simple and close. There is ample parking in city garages within walking distance of all three festival screening venues. Additionally, on-street parking can be found within blocks of each venue and many metered spaces are free after 5 p.m. Garages are located at Pennington St. between Congress and 6th Ave. and at La Placita garage, located on Jackson between Stone Ave. and Church Ave. For a map of downtown parking options visit: All Downtown Parking Map
With additional arts and cultural events taking place downtown during the festival weekend, it is advisable to come early and make an evening of it, with dinner downtown before or after a film.
Advance tickets can be purchased online at FilmFestTucson.org. All advance tickets are $10 (+ service fee). Festival passes are also available in advance for $45 (+ service fee), which grants access to ALL screenings. A special $95 VIP pass adds access to the VIP tent at the Scottish Rite. All major credit cards are accepted.
Day-of tickets do not have a service fee and can be bought at the venues starting 90 minutes prior to each day’s first showtime, (i.e. 5:00 p.m. on Friday, 12:00 p.m. on Saturday.)
Come Early & Stay Late
Ticket and pass holders are advised to arrive 15 minutes prior to showtime to guarantee admission. Ticket and pass holders arriving less than 15 minutes prior to showtime cannot be guaranteed a seat, even with a ticket or pass. All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges will be given to ticket or pass holders turned away after this time.
Film Fest Tucson was created for you — local Tucsonans and visitors alike who love great storytelling, great cinema and conversation about both. We’ve created this festival because we believe there are more stories to be told, and by sharing this festival with other important Tucson arts and culture entities, we all benefit. We hope you will continue to support film all year long, and we’ll see you each October for Film Fest Tucson.