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Odesa International Film Festival Begins Selling Tickets

Viewers may purchase and book tickets for films and master classes at the 11th OIFF starting today. The screening schedule also become available

The 11th Odesa International Film Festival has announced that tickets are now being sold for competition and non-competition programme films as well as master classes. The screening schedule is now available online, tickets can be purchased as well. The oiff.online platform can be used to track film premiere dates, the number of available screenings and the access periods for each film. A single ticket costs 60 UAH.

Tickets can be purchased in advance, allowing you to plan your time as efficiently as possible when the 11th OIFF runs online between 25 September and 3 October.

International and National competition programme films shall be available for a limited time, 2 days for each film. Other films may be limited in terms of the number of screening and their availability dates, as requested by the rights holders. All films will be available for viewing strictly from Ukraine. The films will be screened in the original language, with Ukrainian and English subtitles.

We would also like to remind you that Festival passes are also available for the 11th Odesa International Film Festival. A pass provides access to all competition and non-competition programme films. Pass holders can also book tickets by logging into their personal profile.

The viewers may purchase tickets to the best premieres and festival hits from around the world and enjoy films from the following programmes of the 11th OIFF:

  • the International competition programme, featuring 12 films
  • the National competition programme. Feature films, with 7 films from Ukraine and co-produced with Ukraine
  • the National competition programme. Short films, featuring 11 films
  • the European documentary films competition, featuring 8 films
  • the Festival of festivals, featuring the participants and winners of the Berlin, Venice, Cannes, Locarno and Karlovy Vary film festivals.
  • the Special Screenings, featuring “Numbers”, the film by Oleg Sentsov and Akhtem Seitablaiev, Gregory Monro’s “Kubrick by Kubrick” and Ludi Boeken’s “Last Picture Show in Bucharest”.
  • the new “Visions” programme featuring films with an original visual-narrative cinematographic approach, recognized at prominent film festivals of the world, such as those in Cannes, Toronto, Berlin and others.

Tickets for any of the films in this year’s OIFF programme can be purchased at our website.

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