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(Chris Detrick | The Salt Lake Tribune) Filmgoers wait outside of Tower Theatre in Salt Lake City before the screening of "Sleepwalk With Me" during the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.
Registration for Sundance ‘13 passes ends Wednesday

There’s just more than a day left for people to register for ticket packages and passes to the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.

Registration ends at 5 p.m. Wednesday on the Sundance website for the annual movie extravaganza, set for Jan. 17-27 in Park City and at venues in Salt Lake City, Ogden and the Sundance resort.

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On Friday, those who register will receive an email notice informing them of when they get to buy passes and packages. (Order is determined by lottery, so it’s all fair and square.)

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Here are the packages and passes available to Utah locals only:

Locals SLC/Ogden Pass: $300 • All access to screenings in Salt Lake City and Ogden. Also includes an SFF13 photo credential and a Day One party ticket.

SLC/Ogden Preferred: $375 • 20 tickets to Salt Lake City and Ogden screenings, Jan. 18-27, with two official SFF13 credentials.

Student Preferred: $300 • 20 tickets to Salt Lake City and Ogden screenings, Jan. 18-27, with two official SFF13 credentials. (Student ID required.)

Film Lovers: $300 • 12 tickets to any screening, Jan. 17-27, with two official SFF13 credentials.

Locals Midweek: $250 • 10 tickets for any screening, Jan. 22-24, with two official SFF13 credentials.

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Locals also get first crack at these packages and passes available nationally:

Express Pass B: $2,500 • All access, valid Jan. 23-27; includes an SFF13 photo credential and an awards-night party ticket.

Eccles Pass B+: $1,500 • Access to the Eccles Theatre, valid Jan. 22-27; ; includes an SFF13 photo credential and an awards-night party ticket.

Discovery: $325 • 10 tickets, excluding Premiere and Doc Premiere categories, Jan. 18-27; priority ticket selection (group 4).

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Then there are the deals that are open to everybody, local or not:

Adrenaline Pass: $400 • All access to screenings that start before 11 a.m. and after 10 p.m., Jan. 18-27; includes official SFF13 photo credential, and awards-night party ticket.

Film School Pass: $300 • All access to screenings that start before 11 a.m. and after 10 p.m., Jan. 23-27, plus complimentary wait-list admittance during the day; includes official SFF13 photo credential, and awards-night party ticket.

Midweek: $300 • 10 tickets, Jan. 22-24; priority ticket selection (group 4).

Premium A: $1,000 • 20 tickets, Jan. 17-22; priority ticket selection (first group after Patron Circle selections); two Day One party tickets.

Classic A: $750 • 20 tickets, Jan. 17-22; priority ticket selection (group 2-A); two Day One party tickets.

Economy A: $650 • 20 tickets, Jan. 17-22; priority ticket selection (group 3-A); two Day One party tickets.

Premium B: $800 • 20 tickets, Jan. 23-27; priority ticket selection (group 1-B); two Awards Night party tickets.

Classic B: $650 • 20 tickets, Jan. 23-27; priority ticket selection (group 2-B); two Awards Night party tickets.

Economy B: $550 • 20 tickets, Jan. 23-27; priority ticket selection (group 3-B); two Awards Night party tickets.

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One interesting wrinkle with this year’s passes: If you want the $3,000 Express Pass A, which gets you into everything during the festival’s first five days, forget about it. It’s available now only through the Sundance Institute’s Patron Circle program — and they’re all sold out now. (Those passes usually get snapped up by Hollywood industry types and Sundance’s big donors, anyway.)



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