Festival Passes & Tickets

Valletta Film Festival can be enjoyed by purchasing one of the five passes on offer or individual tickets that go on sale two weeks prior to the commencement of the festival.

Festival passes are now on sale. There are five passes to choose from: a Student Pass offers a reduced price access to full-time students; the Screenings Pass provides access to all screenings; an Industry Pass allows access to all screenings and industry events, a Festival Pass provides access to all events at the festival and the VIP Festival Pass provides all access to Valletta Film Festival and Valletta Film Festival Weekends including reserved seating to all events.

Click here to purchase your festival pass.

Student Pass / Screenings PassIndustry PassFestival PassVIP Festival Pass

Individual tickets for the festival will go on sale in early June. The prices of individual tickets will vary according to the venues and type of events.

PJAZZA TEATRU RJAL

Tickets for the flagship venue of the festival cost €10. If four or more tickets are bought for the same venue the cost is reduced to €8 per ticket. Pjazza Teatru Rjal hosts 10 days of special screenings including the opening and closing films of the festival and a selection of premieres, festival winners and other high profile productions, restored classic and cult films.

SPAZJU KREATTIV & VALLETTA CAMPUS THEATRE

The cinema at Spazju Kreattiv and the theatre of the Valletta Campus of the University of Malta host a variety of screenings from various sections of the festival. The films selected in the new Cinema of Small Nations Competition will be screening at Valletta Campus Theatre whereas popular sections like Islanders, Without Borders and Teens Only will screen at Spazju Kreattiv. Tickets for both venues cost €7. If four or more tickets are bought the price is reduced to €6 per ticket.

PJAZZA SAN ĠORĠ

During the ten days of the festival, this main square in Valletta is turned into a cinema showing a variety of free screenings including short films, fiction and documentary films.