Visitors are local and global
Visitors are local and global

DocuFilm welcomes all visitors.

For only 10 Dollars, locals can enjoy festival grounds, areas designated as YELLOW in the festival map.

Come alone! Come with your family!! Come and go as you wish!!! No extra charges.

For security reasons, just bring a government issued ID. Display it together with your ALL-ACCESS-GROUND-PASS.


On the festival grounds, documentaries are screened open-air. Eating, drinking, or last minute Christmas shopping!  Visit workshops at BLUE zone. Exhibitors at GREEN zoneRED zone is for the sponsors. They also welcome visitors. Festival grounds are designed to be entertaining and full of activities. There are surprises with celebrities performing, companies displaying. Every where without a ‘red ribbon’ or ‘private event’ signs posted is for the the visitors to enjoy. Lots of venues to visit.

MJ @ Docu Film, The Kid from Detroit, Maestro at Home, Santa Rosa Sports Night, The Millenium Night Out, Mt San Jacinto Finale, Young Hollywood NativeAmerican Night… Some of the highlights.

Also receptions organized by countries like Belgium, Greece, Poland, Romania, Croatia. They are serving food, drinks, culture, history. To name a few..

“Visitors” must register to attend the festival grounds – Yellow zones. They are on private properties. DocuFilm screens all visitors. In the age of violence, this festival seeks to have maximum number of visitors, but in secured grounds.

  • But that is not all visitors get for 10 Dollars.
    • Registration account contains a number, to be used in a lottery drawing for prizes.
    • Visitors are also included in the D2D – Dare to Dream apps.


  • Visitors are admitted to the Festival Grounds from designated gates
  • Accreditations are issued at the Main Gate
  • Online registration is advised to avoid lines
  • Government issued photo ID is required with DocuFilmFestival issued ID to enter the grounds
  • Additional accreditations are required to Main Event sections, in the Black&White zone
  • Some Red zone sections may require additional accreditation at times
  • Green and Blue zones are open to public, unless otherwise restricted at times