We’re excited to announce the full programming schedule for the 2017 Dallas International Film Festival, March 30-April 9.
With 122 films from 31 countries and multiple, panels, events and galas, there’s a lot to talk about. We can’t get to it all here, but you can see it all now at DallasFilm.org.
Here are a few highlights to whet your appetite:
DIFF opens a festival-long salute to films of 1967 with our Opening Night Gala, a 50th Anniversary screening of BONNIE AND CLYDE.
Our World premieres include Craig Elrod’s MUSTANG ISLAND, Russ Kendall’s MAN IN THE CAMO JACKET, Jameson Brooks’s BOMB CITY, and Micah Barber’s INTO THE WHO KNOWS!
David Gordon Green will receive the Maverick Award, and Katharine Houghton will attend a special screening of GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER.
The Prekindle Online Box Office for the 2017 Dallas International Film Festival opens on March 16 to the general public at DallasFilm.org.
View all the festivals films and create your schedule in our online film guide. It’s easy to add them to your cart and check out. This year we’re offering print-at-home tickets. Just bring them to your screenings and we’ll scan them. Tickets are only $12.
You can also buy DIFF passes, DFS Honors tickets and, later, Festival merchandise at the online box office.
The Festival’s physical box office opens March 20 in the West Village.
Get ready to fest! Passes to the 2017 Dallas International Film Festival (March 30-April 9) are on sale!
A pass is the best way to experience DIFF and attend all the Festival’s narrative features, documentaries, short films and panels. Higher pass levels receive access to the Filmmaker Lounge where you can meet and mingle with DIFF filmmakers.
Festival passes make great gifts for the film lover in your life, or anybody who wants to experience international cinema with us in our second decade.