WELCOME TO THE 2022 FILMQUEST TICKETS PAGE
Tickets and passes are NOW AVAILABLE! For schedule information, visit our FilmQuest 2022 Schedule page via this 2022 Schedule Link, or via the FilmQuest 2022 menu dropdown. All times listed are Mountain Time.
The 2022 FilmQuest Festival will be taking place at Velour Live Music Gallery in Downtown Provo, October 28th – November 5th. You can find out more information about the 2022 lineup and films that are playing festival on our website by looking at the FilmQuest 2022 dropdown from the top menu when it becomes available in September. Our full schedule is now live, so you can begin to make your screening and event selections.
FilmQuest handles its ticketing service through our partners at FilmFreeway. The tickets are listed by Pass Options, Party/Event Options (coming soon), and Single Screening Tickets for the local Utah made films, as well as a la carte screening options for single showings.
Because FilmQuest gets such a large amount of out-of-state filmmaker attendance, ticket sales are kept to a minimum as those VIP pass holders get first come, first serve priority access to all screenings and events. It is highly recommended you purchase a pass to guarantee access to the festival, its screenings, and events.
Scroll through the below form to find the film details and blocks you wish to attend. Once you select your tickets, scroll down further and click on “Order Now” button. You will then be directed to our FilmFreeway tickets page where you will register and finalize your purchase.
Party and event tickets are at the bottom of the ticket listing (Coming soon). VIP passes are at the top. Film screenings are listed by Feature Films first, then the Short Film blocks.
If you are a Student with a current Student I.D., there are amazing discounts to be had for you, but you must present your current Student I.D. at the festival when picking up your tickets, or else a fee will be incurred.
Don’t hesitate to ask us any questions or provide us with any inquiries you may have.
*Will there be individual tickets sold to the other screenings besides the Utah screenings?
Yes. Upon request, we will allow tickets to be purchased for individual screenings. We will sell these at the festival box office on location at Velour Live. We also allow purchase of a single ticket to a screening of your choice via our ticket portal as seen on this page, and via the links.
If there is enough demand for a block/film (as we are trying to keep individual ticket purchases to Utah locals), we will open up a film block for individual ticket sales online. Contact us for any requests and/or info.
*Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
Proof of a CURRENT Student ID will be required for student ticket/pass purchases, or an extra fee will be incurred. All ages are welcome, with special family friendly selections curated at the festival as well. However, parental guidance is suggested as well as your research into each film and a ratings guide of the blocks and films will be provided in both our program guide and online guide.
*Do I need to buy a ticket/pass for the special events and parties?
Yes. Tickets must be purchased either online or at the door for special events and parties. Some of our special VIP passes cover these fees, thus making it cost effective to buy the appropriate VIP pass. Where there will be Food & Drink served at our special Karaoke and Burlesque show events at the Boxcar Studios in Downtown Provo, attendees must be 21+, buy their passes in advance, and sign up for a guest list.
*What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
There are many parking options in Downtown Provo and all venues are within walking distance, or a short taxi/Uber ride away.
*What’s the refund policy?
There are no refunds when the event begins as FilmQuest must plan on attendance numbers.
*All times listed are Mountain Time
*Are guests required to be vaccinated for entry?
We are not requiring guests be vaccinated or provide a proof of passing a rapid test at this time, as we are not legally allowed to require that for entry in the State of Utah at this time.