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Print-at-Home now available! We have a new ticketing system... so no more will-call!
Are you a Busker? That is someone who performs on the street for $$$. Stay tuned for your chance to strut your stuff!
New in 2016: Day Passes are now good for music and film events. Only available at the Box Office.
Wed, Apr 13, Rockin' Rodeo - Cam'ron is the platinum-selling hip-hop artist from Harlem known for singles likes "Oh Boy" and "Hey Ma." Cam'ron has stated that he is working on his final album "Purple Haze 2." This POST-FEST event is a DO NOT MISS. More details coming soon.
Film, Opening Night
How to Let Go of the World (and love everything climate can't change)
Wed, Feb 17, Campus Theatre
Josh Fox, the Director of the Oscar-nominated Gas Land, returns to Denton for the Texas Premiere of How to Let Go of the World. More details coming soon.
Instant Film Workshop
Sat, Feb 20, Center for the Visual Arts, 1PM - Join Thin Line Photo Alum Daniel Rodrigue and local business owner Armand Kohandani on this two-hour workshop and instant photo walk. It's free so what do you have to lose? More details coming soon.
Sat, Feb 20, Campus Theatre - Would you believe this is a documentary? Actual footage and documentation of the Zombie Apocalypse, we promise. More details coming soon.
Sat, Feb 20, Dan's Silverleaf - Singer/Songwriter Alejandro Escovedo headlines Saturday night with Daniel Markham and the Birds of Night. Tickets are on sale now.
Want to experience Thin Line? This is the way to do it. It's your everything ticket. All film screenings, all music events. Plus get access to the Green Room every day of the festival. The best part is its transferable, so share it with a friend.
Saturday, Feb 21, Center for the Visual Arts - Join local Judy Keith as she educates us on how to capture quality video moments without professional equipment. Judy will focus on documenting family and community events. Attend the workshop and then watch the Our Town Denton 2015 screening! More details coming soon.
You See Me
Campus Theatre - Filmmaker Linda Brown’s father embodied 1960s masculinity. But when a devastating stroke leaves him vulnerable and dependent, Linda decides to confront the silence surrounding his troubled and violent past. More details coming soon.
Dare to Drum
Sunday, Feb 21, Campus Theatre - After receiving an invitation to compose a work inspired by gamelan, Indonesia’s traditional musical ensemble, D’Drum, a Dallas-based world percussion group, teams up with rock star composer, drummer and founder of the rock band The Police, Stewart Copeland, to create a sound that is all their own. More details coming soon.