Tomorrow morning I'll be heading to Park City. I may try and hit a few parties and do a few interviews, but the main thing I'll be doing is trying to catch as many movies as I can. Keep watching this blog. My goal is to post something every day.
If you want to go catch any Sundance movies, go to www.sundance.org and read about how to buy tickets. Even if a movie is sold out, there is still a chance you will get in if you show up early enough and get in line. They also release tickets every day, so go to the box office to see if there are any more tickets available.
From their website:
January 22, 2010 - January 31, 2010 Didn't get the tickets you wanted to a sold-out screening? Come in to our Main Box Offices in Salt Lake City or Park City to get tickets to previously unavailable screenings. Each morning at 8:00 a.m., we release a limited number of tickets to that day's screenings. Tickets for each theatre's first screening of the day are released at 8:00 a.m. the day before. Day-of-show tickets must be purchased in-person; they are not available online.
WAIITLIST TICKET SALES
January 21, 2010 - January 31, 2010 The waitlist has become a Sundance tradition and each year hundreds of Festival-goers see popular films without advance tickets. There's no need to go to the Main Box Office- just go directly to the theatre of the screening you wish to attend. Arrive two hours before the scheduled screening time to pick up your waitlist number (one per person). For each theatre's first screening of the day, waitlist numbers will be distributed one hour before the scheduled screening time. Once you have your number, you can go grab a coffee or a sandwich, but you must return no later than 30 minutes before the screening time. You'll then line up according to number, and tickets are sold in sequential order. Waitlist tickets are $15. Only cash is accepted, so be sure to stop by the ATM before coming to the theatres.