Telluride at Dartmouth

Telluride at Dartmouth 2021

Fri, Sep 17–Thu, Sep 23
Now On Sale!

Six films straight from the acclaimed Colorado film festival come for special advance screenings at the Hopkins Center. The Telluride Film Festival, occurring each Labor Day weekend in Colorado, is 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."

Read IndieWire's review of this year's Telluride Film Festival >

Single Tickets: $15
Dartmouth Student Tickets: $8

Telluride at Dartmouth Package: $75
Dartmouth Student Package: $40
(The 2021 Package is no longer on sale)

Telluride at Dartmouth debuted in 1987 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 great new film. All screenings in Spauldng Auditorium.

Closed Captioning Availability for 2021 Films

The Lost Daughter: captions available
Power of the Dog: captions available
A Hero: in Farsi with English subtitles
Cow: TBD
Hand of God: in Italian with English subtitles
The Real Charlie Chaplin: TBD

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