Tips & tricks to help navigate the Durango Film Festival

by Anya Jaremko-Greenwold

Don’t bring kids to “adult animated shorts.” They are not G-rated.

There are no advisories or warnings in this year’s films, so watch at your own risk.

Get to the Family Program, Animated Shorts and Adventure Program early – they are popular.

The Gaslight and Animas City Theatre are small venues with limited seating, so if you go there on Friday or Saturday evening, make sure you’re 30 to 45 minutes early.

Durango Stadium 9 has way more seats, so you’ll always get in. There’s plenty of parking, and it’s not far from downtown!

Short films are ideal if you like variety or have ADD; if you’re not enjoying a short film, wait five minutes. It’ll be over and the next one will start.

Student passes are $40 for six movies – a great deal.

Anya Jaremko-GreenwoldDGO Staff Writer


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