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DIFF 2023 Day 5 - See What's Screening on DIFF Tuesday
May 2, 2023

Posted Courtesy of Wright Enterprises CommUNITY Spotlight San Francisco~Dallas~~~

DAY 5

TUESDAY, MAY 2, 2023

Dallas International Film Festival 

VIOLET CROWN CINEMA

3699 McKinney Avenue, Dallas, TX 75204

It's Day 5 at DIFF, so head over to Violet Crown Cinema in West Village to be in the company of fellow film lovers in a walkable neighborhood with lots of dining and shopping options. Peruse the Schedule and Film Guide to see what's screening on Tuesday, and we'll see you at the movies!

PARACHUTE

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BLUE JEAN

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THE DOLDRUMS

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STORY AVENUE

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WHAT DOES "RUSH ONLY" MEAN?

A screening is "at rush" when reservations have been made for the number of seats in the theater. But here are some things you should know:

TIP #1: Arrive early! If you've booked a screening, don't lose your seat to the Rush Line by being late.

TIP #2: Don't assume you won't get into a screening when you read that it's "on rush". Often seats are released just before the start of the screening.

All of us at DIFF want you to have a great Festival experience. If we can help in any way, please email BoxOffice@DallasFilm.org.

MORE USEFUL INFO FOR DIFF 2023

YOUR FESTIVAL GUIDE
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