Good for entry to all films and events. * VIP Passes purchased online will be available for pick up at will call at the Blue Mouse Theatre beginning on February 23rd.*
Good for 4 individual general admission tickets (Excludes Opening and Closing Night Films). *Punch cards purchased online will be available for pick up at will call at the Blue Mouse Theatre beginning on February 23rd. Punch Cards can be redeemed at the Blue Mouse box office for individual DCFF tickets, and are not redeemable for individual tickets online.*
$10 – Opening and Closing Night Films
Join us for the special presentations to kick off and wrap up the fourth annual DCFF.
Info and tickets for THE SONG OF SWAY LAKE, the Opening Night Selection (7pm, February 23rd)
Info and tickets for 42 GRAMS, the Closing Night Selection (4:30pm, February 25th)
Single Tickets are now available! Visit the individual film pages for links to purchase yours.
$9 – General Admission
$7 – Senior (aged 65+) & Military (with valid ID)
$6 – Student (with valid ID)
The Blue Mouse Theatre – 2611 N. Proctor, Tacoma, WA 98407 The historic theatre, originally named after a lounge in Paris, France, opened its doors on November 13, 1923 and screened its first film, the “spectacular melodrama,” THE GREEN GODDESS, to a packed house. The community theatre prospered through the decades until the 1980s when a proliferation of theater multiplexes threatened its future. A small group of local activists and preservationists banded together in 1993 to purchase, restore and ultimately save the Blue Mouse. At ninety-five years old, the Blue Mouse is one of the very oldest continuously operating movie theaters in the country. BlueMouseTheatre.com
Parking: Timed parking is available on Proctor Street, N. 26th St, but we recommend parking in the adjacent residential areas where there are no time limits.