What do you all do, anyway?
Park City Film is a nonprofit art house cinema, presenting world class independent, foreign language, documentary and local films since 1995, with a mission is to create community through film. Our film program is curated to match the interests and passions of the Park City/Summit County community and, we serve up some of the best popcorn in town!
How do I keep track of what’s coming up?
We don’t want you to miss any of our screenings! Sign up for our electronic newsletter for weekly updates on films, and follow us on Facebook and Instagram for more updates.
How can I support Park City Film?
We love this question! You can support Park City Film by becoming a member, making a donation, volunteering, or underwriting a film. All four of those options keep us going year-round. Click on the Support Tab in the upper right-hand corner of our web site for more information.
Do screenings sell out?
We’re a 424-seat theater, so it’s rare that we sell out. But it does happen a few times a year! The best way to guarantee your spot is to buy tickets in advance online. If a show looks like it will sell out, we will post a notification on our Facebook and web page. We will send out email reminders to everyone that has purchased tickets online, reminding them to arrive at least 15 minutes early as these situations arise. Please note that in a sell out situation, tickets purchased online will only be held until five minutes before the scheduled start time for the film.
How much do tickets cost?
Tickets are $8 for general admission, $7 for students and seniors (62+), $6 for Park City members and $3 for EBT card holders. Special screenings (like ski films and Art on Screen) will have higher ticket prices as noted on the web pages for these films.
Park City Film Individual, Dual and Premium level members can purchase tickets for $6 at our regular screenings. For Film Lover and Director’s Circle members, tickets are free!
How do I get tickets?
Tickets are available to purchase online for all of our films up until one hour before the scheduled screening time. Tickets can also be purchased on site at our box office which opens at 6:00 pm on Friday and Saturday, and 5:00 pm on Sunday. For films on weekday nights, the box office will open one hour before the scheduled start time for the selected film.
How can we contact you?
Give us a call at 435-615-8291, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where are you located?
We screen our films in the historic Jim Santy Auditorium, located at 1255 Park Ave on the third floor of the Park City Library building. Free parking is available in the lot outside the venue as well as across the street. If you would like to take public transportation, a public bus stop is located on Park Ave in front of our building and there is also a Summit Bike Share E-Bike station.
In the summer months, we also present films in pop-up locations around Summit County. Please check individual film listings for more information.
Park City Film does not provide advisories about subject matter or potential triggering content, as sensitivities vary from person to person.
Beyond the synopses, trailers and IMDb links on our website, other sources of information about content and age-appropriateness for specific films can be found on Common Sense Media and DoesTheDogDie.com as well as through general internet searches.
Where can I park?
Free parking is available in the main Park City Library lot. If this lot is full, please use the the Mawhinney lot located on the east side of Park Avenue, across the street from the Library. Parking is also available in City Park.