You can use DCP-o-Matic to make a DCP. It does a good job. I'm not sitting in front of it right now so I can't tell you what settings to use. But if I recall it puts everything in a folder that the server won't recognize until you remove it. This may have been fixed in newer versions
DCP is much better than trying to play Blu-rays. I wholeheartedly recommend the format for proper theatrical exhibition. There's no way to play a DCP except from a cinema server to my knowledge. There might be some apps out there though.
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has a Pay as you go offer, and its pretty good, the only thing is that you will need a hard-drive formatted to Ext3 or NTFS (some servers only accept Ext3) and for that you will need paragon software. Unless the festival has a direct upload option.
Any worthwhile exhibitor will ingest to the local server. Playback from external drives cannot be trusted. Make sure your USB stick or whatever is formatted to ExFAT though so it can be seen, NTFS is fine, too.
You can watch and try out your DCP playout with easyDCP Player. Go to their site, download and without buying the software you can watch 15 seconds for free. Than you have at least an impression of how your film will look like.