Aristotelous Square, Warehouse D, Warehouse 1, Makedonikon, “Christos Tsakiris,” Sykies Municipal Theater
Opening Ηours: Daily 10:00–24:00 (“Christos Tsakiris” and Sykies Municipal Theater 16:30–23:00)
Ticket price: €6 (“Christos Tsakiris” and Sykies Municipal Theater: €5)
Web tickets offer at www.filmfestival.gr: €5
Entrance to the theater is not permitted once the screening has started.
Lost tickets cannot be reissued.
5 minutes before the screening tickets are issued provided seats become available.
Seats are not numbered.
The theater must be vacated at the end of each screening.
€6 tickets can be returned up to three hours before the screening.
10 vouchers for 10 screenings for €40.
Available at the box offices and the festival shops. Voucher holders are required to get a paper ticket at a box office.
Tickets issued with screening vouchers cannot be returned or exchanged.
Web tickets can be collected at any box office before the beginning of the screening.
Attention: web tickets cost €5 and cannot be returned or exchanged!
Accreditation Cards / Invitations
Accreditation card and invitation holders have free access to TIFF screenings. A zero value ticket must be issued in order to reserve a seat. The ticket must be presented along with the accreditation card at the entrance. Accreditation cardholders may issue tickets for screenings of the same and the next day. One ticket can be issued per invitation for screenings of the same day. The ticket cannot be returned or exchanged.
Screenings take place on an everyday basis from 15:00 to 20:00 during the Festival (November 1–10).
Tickets are available exclusively at the Cinema Museum.
Ticket price: €3 (€2 for CineΚάρταF members) €8 for all films
It is not possible to reserve your seat or buy your ticket in advance. The screenings are in English or with English subtitles.
Accreditation cards, invitations, and vouchers are accepted.
For another year, the “Movement of Disabled Artists,” with the support of Alpha Bank and in collaboration with the Thessaloniki International Film Festival, have ensured full access conditions to the festival. Last year’s interventions on the built environment, two fully accessible film screenings featuring audio description and SDH subtitles, and approximately 20 films with intralingual subtitles, aim to facilitate equal access to cinema for all.
Free Admission Zone
The Thessaloniki Film Festival, with the support of Aegean grants free entrance to university students, the unemployed and people over the age of 65 to all screenings starting before 15:30 – provided there are seats available. A valid Greek student pass or ISIC card / valid unemployment certificate / ID must be presented. Tickets can be issued for screenings of the same day only.
The ticket cannot be returned or exchanged.