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Telluride Film Festival


The SHOW Must Go On

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Support Telluride Film Festival

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The Telluride Film Festival is a combined effort of thousands: the participating filmmakers, 800-plus devoted staff and volunteers, and generous financial supporters including passholders, individual donors, corporations and foundations.

With the help of these contributions, we conjure 10 state-of-the-art theaters and bring the best and brightest talent in cinema to one of the most breathtaking mountain towns in the world. The Festival provides life-changing experiences for American and international filmmakers, high school and college students, and an audience of all ages, backgrounds, and disciplines in an atmosphere far away from film industry hype where the love of movies can be enjoyed freely. Additionally, we offer year-round programming to the local community with a schedule of first-run films, as well as foreign and independent screenings, at the Nugget Theater.

There are many ways to support the Festival. Your contribution can be fully tax-deductible, or you may choose to receive benefits such as Sponsor Passes and invitations to Special Events. Join the Show Ring with a multi-year commitment; become a Film, Tribute, Education, or General Support Sponsor; or contribute to the Endowment Fund. If you would like to ensure that the SHOW will continue for years to come, become a part of the Legacy Circle by remembering TFF in your estate plans.

For more information, please call 1 (970) 708-4009 or email: sponsorship@telluridefilmfestival.org

Or, donate an amount to our general fund below!

The Telluride Film Festival is presented by the National Film Preserve, Ltd., a non-profit 501(c)(3) arts organization.

Contributions of $100 and more will be recognized in the Festival program and yearbook.

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The Telluride Film Festival is presented by the National Film Preserve, Ltd., a non-profit 501(c)(3) arts and educational organization.