For its 10th anniversary, general admission is free to the iconic Thin Line Festival, taking place in various locations throughout downtown Denton from Wednesday, April 19, through Saturday, April 22. Get your dose of national and local culture over five days with documentary screenings, intimate performances by musicians and two photographic exhibitions. Thin Line Festival is Texas’ only all-documentary film festival and includes variations of the genre such as mockumentaries, docudramas, animated docs, docu-comedies and even a docufiction. The film lineup is slated to include topics of police brutality, feminism and science advocacy and education through the wonderful world of Bill Nye the Science Guy. The soundtrack for the festival will begin with several artists in various venues after screenings let out and you can check out the photo exhibits at Patterson-Appleton Arts Center as well as a smaller gallery in Golden Triangle Mall. But if general admission isn’t enough of a good time, VIP tickets are available for $150 and include priority access to all indoor programming, a staff party, merchandise discounts, a filmmaker mixer and photo opening. For location details and tickets, visit thinline.us.