Box Office & Ticketing - 2015 Dallas International Film Festival

Box Office & Ticketing Info

The Prekindle Main Box Office (Opens March 26)


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Screening tickets are only $12 and can be purchased online (starting March 16), by phone (469-828-1719, beginning March 26), at the Prekindle Main Box Office or at Festival box offices in screening venues.

Box Office
The Prekindle Main Box Office [map] in Mockingbird Station opens March 26.

The Prekindle Main Box Office opens March 26, and is located on the northeast side of Mockingbird Station [map].

The Main Box Office sells tickets and passes, Festival merchandise, and also handles Will Call for phone and Internet sales.

Hours & Location
Pre-Festival: Mon-Sat from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sun from noon-5 p.m.
During the Festival: Daily from 11 a.m. until last screening time of the day.
Address: 5321 E. Mockingbird Ln., Suite 100 at the northeast entrance of Mockingbird Station.
Phone: 469-828-1719 (starting March 26)

Prekindle Theater Box Offices

Prekindle Theater Box Offices are located at each screening venue [map] and handle day-of-screening ticket sales and voucher exchanges.

Hours: An hour before the day’s first screening until the day’s last screening time.

Prekindle Online Box Office

The Prekindle Online Box Office is open 24 hours a day beginning March 16 for DFS members and March 19 for the public.

Where do I pick up my vouchers, tickets or passes?

Advance ticketing and Will Call: At the Prekindle Main Box Office, you can purchase vouchers, tickets and passes, and pick up items bought online or by phone.

Day-of-screening ticketing: Pick up or purchase your tickets at the theater [venues] where your film screens.

What are the benefits of a voucher, ticket or pass?


If you are spontaneous, unsure about what movies you want to see, or planning to spend time in Rush Lines, a voucher is for you.

• A voucher can be exchanged at the Prekindle Main Box Office or the in-theater box offices for a ticket to any regular screening
• A voucher can be exchanged for a ticket in a Rush Line as seats become available.
• A voucher costs less than a ticket or a pass.

• A voucher does not guarantee admission to any screening.
• People with passes and tickets have access to seats before those with vouchers.
• A voucher must be exchanged for a ticket either at any Prekindle Box Office or in a Rush Line
• Vouchers are only available in packs of 10 for $100


If you won’t attend every day of the Festival, and you know the films you’d like to see and on which days you’d like to see them, a ticket is for you.

• It’s just like buying a ticket to see a movie at your local theater.
• A ticket holds your seat to a screening for up to 15 minutes before a film’s screening time.
• You can experience as many of the Festival’s films as you’d like without paying for a pass or dealing with the uncertainty of vouchers (see above) or Rush Lines
• Advance tickets can be purchased online, by phone or in person at the Prekindle Main Box Office.
• If you purchase tickets online, you have the option of having them mailed to you.

• You must be seated at least 15 minutes before a film’s screening time or you risk losing your seat.
• Same-day ticket sales are not available online or by phone.
• All ticket sales are final. There are no exchanges or refunds.
• Ticket holders can’t attend Festival parties (unless a special, separate ticket is purchased) and don’t have access to the Festival Lounge
• At screenings, ticket holders must wait for all pass holders to be seated. A screening may reach capacity before all ticket holders can claim a seat.


If you plan to attend the entire Festival, or several days of it, a pass is for you.

The Festival Pass and the Star Pass give you a seat at any regular screening. (You must be in your seat 15 minutes prior to screening time to guarantee your seat.) You also have access to the Festival Lounge [map].

Additionally, a Star Pass gives you access to the Opening Night Screening, Centerpiece Screenings and Galas.

A Film Pass or a Student Pass gives you access to all regular screenings at DIFF.

A Lounge Pass gives you access to the Festival Lounge [map].

• Priority seating at all regular screenings at the Festival.
• No need to wait in a ticketing line.
• Priority access to Rush Line screenings.
• Star Pass holders have access to gala screenings and events, plus the Festival Lounge.

• Movie overload.
• Red eyes.
• No sleep for 11 DIFF-filled days.




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