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How to Buy Tickets

Tickets to film screenings and events at PFF are purchased through the individual film or event session page. Find these by clicking on Full Program and scroll down for details. You could also buy tickets by calling Palace Cinemas on 9564 5620.

SINGLE TICKET PRICES

PASSES*

  • 5 Film Pass Full $95
  • 5 Film Pass Concession $80

* Only available by calling Palace Cinemas on 9564 5620.

Can be used for standard film sessions and selected talks. Cannot be used for Opening Night and Closing Night. Valid for one ticket per session per time slot.

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Window Horses (Opening Night)

THU 07 SEP 7:30pm

Parting

SAT 11 SEP 7:00pm

Breath

FRI 08 SEP 6:45pm

Under Smokey Roof

SAT 09 SEP 8:40pm

Being Born

FRI 08 SEP 9:10pm

They

SUN 10 SEP 3:15

Monté

SAT 09 SEP 2:00pm

Bridge of Sleep (Closing Night)

SUN 10 SEP 6:30

MIRRORS OF IRAN

SUN 08 OCT 10:15am

In partnership with Art Gallery NSW and The Association of Iranica in Australasia, we will host a full day of engagement, discussion and cutting-edge research on Iranian Cinema on 8th of October 2017.

This conference features cross-disciplinary discourse on the impact and presence of Iranian cinema across the globe and includes a screening of the documentary film entitled: 76 minutes and 15 seconds with Abbas Kiarostami and Abbas Kiarostami’s latest short film Take Me Home.

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ADMISSION CONDITIONS

Classification of Films

The Classification Board has granted PFF special customs and censorship clearances. Except where indicated, anyone under 18 (including infants) is forbidden from attending sessions.

Latecomers

Latecomers may only be admitted at the discretion of the usher. Ushers enforce PFF policy – please respect their directions.

Ticket and Pass Information

Concessions

PFF offers concession tickets where listed full-time students, pensioners, healthcare cardholders, seniors. Valid concession or membership ID must be presented when buying or collecting tickets and on entry to the cinema.

What does Unclassified 18+ mean?

To allow PFF to screen the most up to date films from around the world the Classifications Board grants the festival special customs and censorship clearances under which it is forbidden to allow any persons under the age of 18 years to attend – this includes babies.

Classifications are sometimes updated during the festival – to check whether a film you want to see has been officially classified please check the website.

For further information regarding film classification please visit: classification.gov.au

Venues

Palace Norton Street Sydney

Address: 99 Norton Street, Leichhardt. Phone: (02) 9564 5620

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