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Tickets

You can purchase individual tickets, and festival passes. Individual tickets can be bought on-line, or on the door. Festival Passes, and Gala Screenings can only be bought on-line. To avoid disappointment we advise purchasing your tickets well in advance.

The LIDF on-line box office does not apply to tickets sold for screenings at the Barbican, Rich Mix, Tricycle Cinema, and Curzon Soho. Tickets for the 15LIDF events at these venues must be bought directly from the appropriate cinema box-office. Links are found on the relevant event page.

LIDF BOX-OFFICE
Single Tickets: Standard £7.50, Concession £6.50 (Students/ Over 60′s/ Registered Unemployed. Proof will be needed on the door)

FESTIVAL PASS
There are limited number of Festival Passes available. Make the most of the savings they offer. Buy early to avoid disappointment.

Festival Pass BLOOMSBURY: £35
5 tickets to any regular screening

Festival Pass SHOREDITCH: £65
10 tickets to any regular screening

Festival Pass SOHO: £120
20 tickets to any regular screening

Festival Pass LONDON: £190
over 100 films
entrance to the Opening and Closing Night parties
exclusive invitations to other other social events and promotions offered during the festival

Concession LONDON Pass: £150 (Students/ Over 60′s/ Registered Unemployed. Proof will be needed on the door)

Pass Holders: If you want to reserve a guaranteed seat for a specific event, please email us at mylidf@lidf.co.uk with your choices and the seat will be held for you until 20mins prior to the scheduled start time. Otherwise we recommend you turn up with plenty of time to spare.

SAVE MONEY CHOOSE AND BUY YOUR FESTIVAL PASS HERE


 

FESTIVAL PASSES


 

 

MY LIDF PASS
If the programme seems so vast you don’t know where to begin, let us help you. After all the LIDF team know the films better than anyone and our favourites are not necessarily the most obvious films. The programme is littered with hidden gems. We would be delighted to tailor the experience to your interests and guide you through the programme. That is why we have created the MY LIDF PASS. Your custom-made pass.will also include special programme notes created for you alone making your LIDF experience even more unique. And why not enjoy the festival this way with a friend, and save even more.

MY LIDF FOR ONE: £45
1 ticket to 6 Festival films hand-picked by the LIDF Team
Personalised programme notes

MY LIDF FOR TWO: £75
2 tickets to 6 Festival films hand-picked by the LIDF Team
Personalised programme notes

MY LIDF FOR TWO EXTRA: £100
2 tickets to 6 Festival films hand-picked by the LIDF Team
Personalised programme notes
Invitation to the Festival Opening and Closing Night parties

When you purchase a MY LIDF PASS you will be sent an e-mail with a very short list of questions. Please return this and we will create your LIDF programme for you based on your interests and preferences.

 


 

 

GALA SCREENINGS

13 May
Senna
Asif Kapadia | UK | 2011 | 104min
Special Preview Screening
Barbican Box Office BOOK HERE

19 May
In the Shadows of Death
Elisa Mantin | France | 52min
UK Premiere
+ pre-screening drinks and panel discussion
£18.50/15.00
For more details CLICK HERE

27 May
The Desert of Forbidden Art
Tchavdor Georgiev, Amanda Pope | Russia/USA/Uzbekistan | 2010 | 80min
UK Premiere
+ pre-screening drinks and panel discussion
£18.50/15.00
For more details CLICK HERE

28 May
Closing Night
Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel + Festival Closing Night Party at The Groucho Club
Brigitte Berman | Canada | 2010 | 124min
UK Premiere
Q&A with Oscar-winning director Brigitte Berman
£18.50/15.00/35.00
For more details CLICK HERE

WORKSHOPS

Workshop with Eva Webber and Marc Issacs: Critique of Everyday Life
Soho Hotel, 19.30, 18 May
Two of the UK’s most talented and filmmakers in conversation with LIDF director Patrick Hazard. They discuss the films that have inspired them, their working principles, their production strategies. Audience Q&A. Includes screening of Eva and Marc’s short films.
£15.00
For more details CLICK HERE

Workshop with Brigitte Berman
Horse Hospital, 18.30, 27 May
Oscar winning director Brigitte Berman conducts a workshop and discusses her experiences of working on her latest film HUGH HEFNER: PLAYBOY, ACTIVIST, AND REBEL (screening LIDF 26 and 28 May). Not to be missed!
+ post-event drinks and meet and greet
£15.00
For more details CLICK HERE

TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Festival Pass Conditions: Passes do not include entrance to the 15 events at the Barbican, Rich Mix, Tricycle Cinema, and Curzon Soho. Passes do not include entrance to Gala Screenings, the Workshop with Eva Webber and Marc Issacs, and An Evening with Brigitte Berman. Venues have fixed capacity and entrance to the screenings is on a strictly first come first served basis. Please arrive in good time for events. Any seats not claimed by pass holders or advance ticket holders will be put on sale 20mins prior to the scheduled start time. Weekend or day passes have priority at the Birkbeck Cinema. No returns or refunds.