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Looking for some ways to see a Sundance film?
While the 2006 Sundance Film Festival will run its locals-only ticket sales this weekend, starting with the "Festival Kick-Off" gathering on Friday, Jan. 6 from 5-7 p.m., there are a few other way to get tickets to the festival screenings.
Before Jan. 5, those interested may register online for normal public tickets sales. Registration for those tickets is $5 and, on Jan. 6, those registered will receive an e-mail telling patrons an assigned date, time, password and the Web address or phone number to use when purchasing tickets.
For normal public ticket sales, the ticket purchase date will fall during the second week in January. Some convenience charges may apply. There is a limit of 20 tickets per-person purchased through the public ticket sales. Registering does not guarantee tickets.
For those looking for free screenings, Sundance will present its Best of Fest screenings, featuring two 2006 Film Festival competition winners on Monday, Jan. 30 at the Eccles Center Theatre at 6 and 9 p.m.
Tickets to that event are free, but there is a limit of two tickets per person, per screening. Tickets to the Park City screenings will be available at the Gateway Center box office in Park City Jan. 13-15.
For more information about opportunities for locals at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival, visit http://www.sundance.org/locals or call (801) 328-3456. Eccles Center will host Kristofferson
After Jungle Jack Hanna comes to town for his Park City Performing Arts Foundation show on Saturday, Jan. 7, at the Eccles Center, Park City arts lovers won’t have to wait long for another show.
On Saturday, Jan. 14, the Performing Arts Foundation will welcome former Highwayman and current actor, singer and songwriter Kris Kristofferson to the Eccles stage for a 7:30 p.m. show.
Tickets to the event range from $15 to $50, with discounts available for students and seniors, and are available at http://www.ecclescenter.org or by calling 655-3114.
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