Traverse City Film Festival

traverse city film festEveryone loves to go see a show that leaves you inspired, uplifted, and most of all entertained. There’s nothing like feeling like you have just witnessed something extraordinary. That is what the Traverse City Film Festival is all about!


The Traverse City Film Festival has developed into one of the largest film festivals in the Midwest. The film festival welcomes films and filmmakers from all parts of the world to Traverse City, Michigan (a resort region of Grand Traverse Bay) to share their cinematic creations. In the film festival Traverse City is dedicated to sharing "Just Great Movies" and helping to bring the cinema back to the forefront of entertainment.

Additionally, you can experience panel discussions with directors, writers, and actors of the films during the festival as well as parties and free classic movies played at dusk on a huge outdoor screen!


There are many venues in Traverse City where the featured films will be shown – The State Theatre, The Old Town Playhouse, Lars Hockstad Auditorium, The City Opera House, and Milliken Auditorium. Contact the Traverse City Film Festival Box Office for a full schedule or more information.

Traverse City Film Festival Box Office
Suite 101, 300 East Front Street
Traverse City, MI
(231) 946-3731

Traverse City is a top tourist spot in the Midwest due to all the lakes, rivers, forests, beaches and orchards in this fascinating part of the world.

Don't forget to reserve one of our wonderful Traverse City, Michigan vacation rentals to enjoy the film festival Traverse City is proud to present, as well as all the other exciting sights, delicious award-winning restaurants, wineries, artisan bakeries and farmers markets the Grand Traverse Bay area has to offer!


The Traverse City Film Festival is held annually late July to early August and this year’s event is scheduled for July 27 – August 1, 2010. See the official Traverse City Film Festival site for more details on locations, screenings, and tickets for the featured films.

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