Presented by: Bloomington PRIDE
Where: Buskirk-Chumley Theater
VIP Pass (Early Bird Pricing available now!): $USD 80.00
VIP Pass, Senior 65+/Student ID (Early Bird Pricing available now!): $USD 60.00
Festival Pass (Early Bird Pricing available now!): $USD 60.00
Festival Pass, Senior 65+/Student ID (Early Bird Pricing available now!): $USD 45.00
Friday Pass (avail. Jan 2): $USD 35.00
Friday Pass 65+/Student (avail. Jan 2): $USD 20.00
Saturday Pass (avail. Jan 2): $USD 50.00
Saturday Pass 65+/Student (avail. Jan 2): $USD 30.00
Individual Screening (avail. Jan 2): $USD 20.00
Individual Screening 65+/Student (avail. Jan 2): $USD 10.00
Saturday Matinee (avail. Jan 2): $USD 10.00
Saturday Matinee, students w/ ID only (avail. Jan 2): $USD 0.00
|Friday, February 1st 7:00 pm||Buy Tickets|
To purchase a VIP Pass (access to all screenings and festival events) or Festival Pass (access to all screenings), click here. Early bird pricing is currently in effect for VIP and Festival Passes, and will continue until December 1st, after which time VIP Passes will cost $100 and Festival Passes will cost $75. Student & senior discounted rates will remain the same.
Day passes and tickets to individual screenings will go on sale at 11am on Wednesday, January 2nd.
The 2019 Bloomington PRIDE Film Festival celebrates and explores the LGBTQ+ experience through feature-length and short films, talkbacks, and workshops. The festival features a wide range of artists and viewpoints, with the goal of advocating community-wide attitudes of awareness, acceptance, and appreciation of diversity.
All screenings are general admission, and doors will open 30 minutes ahead of time for each segment. Check the PRIDE website for more information and a schedule of screenings and events (to be posted in January).
The Saturday matinee (11am) is free to high school/college students but a ticket is required. For all other patrons, this showing will be available at a special price of $10. Saturday matinee tickets will go on sale January 2nd.
VIP Passes grant access to all screenings and festival events.
Festival Passes grant access all screenings.
Passes make great gifts! If you are buying a pass for someone else, you’ll have an opportunity to put their name on the pass at the end of the order, before you input your credit card information. Your gift recipient will need to show their ID when picking up their lanyard if it’s being held in their name. Since lanyards won’t be available until January, we have paper “certificates” available in case you need something to put in a card or a stocking. Just stop by the box office to pick up one.
Discounted tickets are available to high school and college students, in addition to seniors (65+). The Saturday matinee (11am) is free to high school/college students and costs $10 for all others.
Collecting Your Lanyard
All pass-holders will be issued lanyards. No paper tickets are required. After you place your order online, please confirm that you received your email receipt, but there’s no need to visit the box office until lanyards become available to pick up at 11am on Monday, January 28th.
Those who purchase tickets to individual screenings can pick up their paper tickets at any time.
114 East Kirkwood Avenue
Bloomington, Indiana 47408
Owned by the City of Bloomington, the Buskirk-Chumley Theater is operated by BCT Management, Inc., a private non-profit organization. This theater, located one block off the Courthouse Square, seats 600 with an orchestra level and a balcony. Concessions and items purchased from BLU Boy may be taken into the auditorium. Restrooms, concessions, the box office, and the orchestra-level seats are all wheelchair accessible. Special seats are reserved for those using wheelchairs. Please contact the box office at 812.323.3020 to purchase those seats. Street, lot, and garage parking is available across downtown Bloomington.
P.O. Box 554
Bloomington, IN 47402
Bloomington PRIDE was founded in May 2013 as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Its mission is to improve the lives of LGBTQ and people of all ages by creating safe and inclusive spaces, challenging stereotypes, celebrating LGBTQ and arts, and enriching south Central Indiana’s community and culture through events and services.