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Telluride at Dartmouth


Telluride at Dartmouth 2017

Six Acclaimed New Films—Direct from the Colorado Festival!

The Shape of Water
Fri • September 15 • 4 & 7 pm

Sat • September 16 • 4 & 7 pm

Sun • September 17 • 4 & 7 pm

The Other Side of Hope
Tue • September 19 • 4 & 7 pm

First Reformed
Wed • September 20 • 4 & 7 pm

Film Stars Don t Die in Liverpool
Thu • September 21 • 4 & 7 pm



A.O. Scott perfectly captures the feeling of being at the Telluride Film Festival:

TELLURIDE, Colo.—Spending time at a film festival is like living inside an accordion. Time expands and contracts—months are compressed into a few hours of screen time, and a day of screenings lasts a week—and you can’t always extract the music from the noise. The Telluride Film Festival, which spans each Labor Day weekend in this high-altitude former mining town, is an old-time squeeze box wired up to a Dolby sound system.

Literally: Dolby is a sponsor, with a booming promo that plays at the start of many screenings here. And this festival, which prides itself on its low-key, locavore vibe—movie stars mingle with tourists and students on Colorado Avenue; critical buzz takes shape in lines rather than online—transmits a loud and resonant signal to the movie world below. Read The New York Times Article

IndieWire: The 6 Things We Learned at Telluride

Vanity Fair slide show: The Stars in the Mountains



Films Announced
Thu • Aug 31

On-Sale Dates
Members: Tue • Sep 5

General Public & Dartmouth Students:
Wed • Sep 6

General Public Prices
Single Tickets: $15
Telluride Pass*: $75

Dartmouth Student Prices**
Single Tickets: $6
Telluride Pass*: $30

*Admission to all six films, choice of screening times and priority seating. Passholders are admitted 10 minutes before single-ticket buyers

**Dartmouth students must log in to their accounts in order to access this special pricing


The Telluride Film Festival, occurring each Labor Day weekend in Colorado, is considered one of the premier arts events in the country. Each year, hundreds of cinema lovers flock to a tiny mountain town to immerse themselves in a three-day celebration of film. Telluride consistently presents a remarkable and diverse slate: the rare and unknown, restored gems, retrospectives and the latest (and greatest) from the upcoming season. The New York Times calls Telluride “the smallest, most original, and most stimulating of the major festivals.”

Telluride at Dartmouth was born 32 years ago through a long-standing relationship between the Festival and College. Each year, six films come directly from Colorado for special advance screenings at the Hopkins Center. This is a unique opportunity for the Dartmouth community to get a sneak peek at the latest international films—often months before they’re released.

The 32nd Telluride at Dartmouth plays in Spaulding Auditorium. The “Telluride Pass” provides admission to all six films with your choice of screening times and priority seating.

Enjoy the SHOW!