Individual tickets and weekend passes can be purchased at the door
Click here for Online advance tickets
$40 KIAC member, seniors, youth, students
$50 General Public
A festival pass does not guarantee entry into a screening.
Please arrive earlyto ensure entry. Venues open 1/2 hour before screening times.
Individual Screening Tickets may be purchased at the venue prior to each screening and are subject to availability.
11pm Screenings, First Eyes and afternoon $5.
ADVANCE TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR:
SUNDAY STREET FEAST
1 plate of perogies or vegan/gluten free option(Chick Pea Stew)$8
purchase at ticket booth at KIAC or online.
Discounted admissions to a variety of DCAS events,
including the Dawson City International Short Film Festival.
Invitations to Odd Gallery openings and events.
Voting privileges at our Annual General Meeting.
Newsletters announcing upcoming DCAS events, programs and courses/workshops.
An overwhelming sense of contentment and well-being.
The Yukon is located in the northwest corner of Canda, bordered to the south by British Columbia and by Alaska to the west.
Dawson City is 536 km (333 mi) northwest of Whitehorse and approximately 400 km south of the Artcic Circle. It can be accesed by a well maintained highway and by plane.
Dawson City (pop. 1800) is situated at the confluence of the Klondike and Yukon Rivers on the tradiitonal territory of the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in. It is an international tourism destination with a full range of attractions and services. Dawson was home to over 40,000 people at the height of the Klondike Gold Rush in 1898 and is the Yukon’s former capital. The spirit of the town's rich past endures today.
The Klondike Institute of Art and Culture (KIAC) is the home of the DCISFF and is located in downtown Dawson, at the corner of 2nd Ave and Princess St. You can’t miss us.
For more information on Dawson City, click here.