Tickets for the sixth edition of Les Films de Cannes à Bucarest may be bought on the day of the screening, but also ahead of time, on Eventbook.ro and the ticket offices at the three participating cinemas.
The price for one ticket is 15 lei for the last two screenings on weekdays, as well as all screenings starting at 17:00 or later during the weekend. For all other screenings during the week, the price is 10 lei. The price of a ticket for the 3D screenings of Love is 20 lei.
This year, you may choose between two types of passes:
- 6 tickets at the same cinema – you get a 20% discount.
- 10 tickets at any of the three cinemas, any film – you get a 20% discount.
The tickets comprising the passes may be bought at a single screening or at several. Passes may be bought online, on Eventbook.ro, or from the cinemas ticket offices.
The following screenings and events have FREE ENTRY: The debates Piracy and cinema. How do we make it work? and How, why and for whom do we still write about film?, on 24 and 25 October; the master-class held by the director Jacques Audiard on 26 October at the Screening Room of the National University of Theatre and Film; the films A Prophet, The Beat That My Heart Skipped, Irréversible, One Floor Below, The Treasure and the special screening for children 101 Dalmatians; the short films Ramona, Bad Penny and Kowalski and those in the program Romanian Short Waves, as well as the Aristoteles documentaries.
The little members of the audience, under 16 years old, are also granted free entry at the second screening that is dedicated to them, Nicholas On Holiday / Vacances du petit Nicolas. The price of a single parent ticket is 10 lei.
All tickets may be purchased online on Eventbook.ro, or at the cinemas ticket offices. The screening schedule may be viewed on the official site www.filmedefestival.ro. Any changes in the schedule will be announced on the site and on the Facebook page of Les Films de Cannes à Bucarest.
All films are shown in their original language and are subtitled in Romanian. In addition, some of them are subtitled in English or French
Address: 29 Magheru Boulevard, Bucharest
Elvire Popesco Cinema
Address: 77 Dacia Boulevard, Bucharest (at the French Institute)
Address: 3 Ion Ghica Street, Bucharest (close to the University)