Go to the programme to buy a ticket (from May 11th)
|Before 5 pm||8 PLN|
|After 5 pm||16 PLN|
|Ticket for the Opening Ceremony (28.05.2017)||20 PLN|
|Ticket for the Award Ceremony (03.06.2017)||25 PLN|
|Ticket for the screening of the Awarded Films (04.06.2017)||
8 PLN (before 5 pm)
16 PLN (after 5 pm)
|Before 5 pm||6 PLN|
|After 5 pm||12 PLN|
Click here to buy a festival pass (coming soon)
100 PLN (early bird until 17th May)
50 PLN (early bird until 17th May)
|Day pass**||45 PLN|
Discount passes are available for pupils, students of the I, II and III degree, retired, pensioners, and disabled people (disability ID card required). Not available for post-graduate students.
* Regular and discount passes allow to enter all screenings taking place between 28th May – 4th June, apart from the Festival’s closing ceremony which requires a separate ticket.
** A day pass allows to enter all screenings taking place on a chosen day between 28th May – 4th June, apart from the Festival’s closing ceremony which requires a separate ticket.
The number of seats in the cinemas is limited. People who have bought their passes are advised to pick up free tickets at box offices one day before the screening or 30 minutes before the screening at the latest. Otherwise, we cannot guarantee you will have a seat.
To be able to book free tickets online you need to create a My KFF account and log in before buying a pass. Otherwise, free tickets will be reserved and collected only at cinemas.
Entrance: priority is given to people who have tickets (including the free ones), then we let in people with passes and accreditations who do not have tickets.
Where to buy?
Tickets and passes will be available online from May 11th and at festival cinemas from May 15th: Kijów.Centrum, Kino Pod Baranami, Mikro cinema Agrafka cinema, Krakowskie Centrum Kinowe ARS.
Tickets for screenings at Malopolski Ogrod Sztuki will also be available in Kino Pod Baranami.
All tickets will be available during the festival at the Festival Centre in Małopolski Ogród Sztuki.