> Children under the age of 6 are not admitted to the screenings. All screenings with a minimum age limit of 14 (12 if accompanied by a parent or whomever has parental authority, both providing a valid ID document) are specified in the program.
> Access will not be allowed once the screening has started but only 10 minutes before the time indicated in the programme.
> The public is admitted in the Sala Perla, Perla 2, Volpi, Casinò, and Pasinetti upon presentation of free coupons available at the ticket offices in Lido and in Venice from the day before the screening (subject to seating availability).
> Access to the Venice Virtual Reality section: all pass holders, upon reservation. See the Venice VR brochure
14 € (full price) 12 € (concession*). Screenings scheduled at 2:00 pm (unnumbered seat)
17 € (full price) 12 € (concession*). Screenings scheduled at 4:45 pm (numbered seat)
45 € (full price) 40 € (concession*). Screenings scheduled at 7:30 pm (numbered seat)
30 € (full price) 22 € (concession*). Screenings scheduled at 10:15 pm (numbered seat)
12 € (full price) 8 € (concession*). Screenings scheduled at 1:30 pm (unnumbered seat)
12 € (full price) 8 € (concession*). Screenings scheduled at 3:15 pm (unnumbered seat)
12 € (full price) 8 € (concession*). Screenings scheduled at 5:30 pm (unnumbered seat)
20 € (full price) 12 € (concession*). Screenings scheduled at 8:00 pm (unnumbered seat)
5 € Screenings scheduled at 9.00 am
5 € Screenings scheduled at 2:30 pm (single price - unnumbered seat)
5 € Screenings scheduled at 5:00 pm (single price - unnumbered seat)
5 € Screenings scheduled at 9:00 pm (single price - unnumbered seat)
12 € (full price) 8 € (concession*). Screenings scheduled at 2:00 pm (unnumbered seat)
12 € (full price) 8 € (concession*). Screenings scheduled at 5:00 pm (unnumbered seat)
*Concession for holders of 75th Venice Film Festival’s subscriptions, Biennale Card 2018, Trenitalia customers with a Frecciargento / Frecciabianca / Frecciarossa ticket with destination Venice (travel date should not be more than 3 days before), CartaFRECCIA members (by presenting plastic card or temporary paper card), Under 26 and Over 60.
Concession applicable upon production of a document proving eligibility.
For organizational reasons and management of admissions in the screening theatres, not all allowable discounts may be applied to online purchases and VeneziaUnica advance sales.
It is possible to buy subscriptions for the 75th Venice International Film Festival, choosing desired seats depending on availability.
Subscription Sala Grande Galleria Full: 1,600 €
This subscription is valid for 10 film showings in the Sala Grande at 7:30 pm.
Those who will buy the Galleria Full subscription will be invited to the Opening Ceremony, the subsequent Gala dinner, and the Awards Ceremony.
Subscription Sala Grande Galleria Weekend: 1,100 €
This subscription is valid for the first 4 film showings in the Sala Grande from Thursday to Sunday at 7:30 pm.
Those who will buy the Galleria Weekend subscription will be invited to the Opening Ceremony.
Subscription Sala Grande Platea 5:00 pm (160 €), 7:30 pm (500 €), 10 pm (300 €):
These subscriptions are valid for the indicated time slots in the Sala Grande.
Subscription Sala Grande Platea 7:30 pm + 10 pm: 650 €
This subscription is valid for the indicated time slots in the Sala Grande.
Subscription PalaBiennale 8:00 pm: 180 € (full price), 150 € (concession*)
This subscription is valid for 2 film showings in the Venezia 75 section starting at 8:00 pm in the PalaBiennale.
Subscriptions for the Sala Giardino
9:00 am: 20 € (one price)
2:30 pm: 25 € (one price)
5:00 pm: 25 € (one price)
9:00 pm: 35 € (one price)
FULL: 40 € (one price)
Subscriptions for the Sala Darsena
2:00 pm: 35 € (full price), 30 € (concession*)
5:00 pm: 40 € (full price), 35 € (concession*)
Concession for Under 26 / Over 60 (for screenings in the Sala Grande, PalaBiennale, and Sala Darsena)
Concession for Under 26 / Over 60 and Biennale Card 2018* (*for screenings in the Sala Grande at 10:00 pm)
Subscriptions can be collected from August 24th 2018 at the ticket office of the Palazzo del Cinema, Lungomare Marconi, Lido di Venezia. To collect subscriptions, a valid ID is required.
Full price subscription buyers are offered the chance to purchase a reduced ticket for any other screening except for films shown at 7:30 pm in the Sala Grande, and those already included in one’s subscription. Subscription holders will receive a bonus code allowing to purchase reduced tickets for:
• Sala Grande → time slots: 2:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., 10:00 pm
• PalaBiennale → time slots: 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., 5.30 p.m., 8.00 pm
• Sala Darsena → time slots: 2:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m.
Please note the schedule may be subject to change.
The program of the selected screenings and the online purchasing of reduced tickets will be available on www.boxol.it/biennalecinema. Alternatively you can buy them directly from the day before each screening at the Venice Film Festival ticket offices. The purchase of reduced tickets is subject to availability.
Subscriptions holders can buy discounted tickets for the 16th International Architecture Exhibition by showing the season tickets to one of our ticket box office of Giardini or Arsenale.
For further information:
Ufficio Biglietteria / Ticket Office
75. Mostra Internazionale d’Arte Cinematografica
Palazzo Ca’ Giustinian
San Marco 1364/A, Venice
The Venice International Film Festival offers all those working in the cinematographic sector the possibility of requesting accreditation according to their specific field of employment.
Accreditation will be granted according to the respective regulations and is subject to available seats;
Participation in the Venice Film Festival involves full acceptance of all its regulations;
Any violation of these will result in the immediate withdrawal of the accreditation badge.
Print media, online media, radio & television crews, photographers, and press attaches
Professionals of the film industry and artistic or technical operators
FILM DELEGATION ACCREDITATION
For persons involved with the films screened in the official selection of the Festival
For persons operating in the cinematographic sector under a cultural profile and for university students
Promotional passes are meant for people under 26 / over 60 who do not work in the cinematographic sector
ACCREDITATION FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
For university students with a passion for cinema
After arrival at the railway station of Venezia S.Lucia, catch a vaporetto boat for the Lido (ACTV public transport routes 5.1 / 5.2). Alight at Lido/S. Maria Elisabetta.
Leave motorway at Venice exit, follow indications for Venezia-Lido, board ACTV traghetto (ferry).
From Piazzale Roma and from the railway station, ACTV routes 1 / 2 / 6 or 5.1 / 5.2.
From Marco Polo airport: Alilaguna rossa line (stops at Lido S.Maria Elisabetta).
Access to the venues of the 75th Venice International Film Festival are barrier-free for disabled visitors.
The bike sharing service managed by AVM S.p.A. is available 24 hours a day every day. Bicycle stations are located at the bicycle parking area in Piazzale S. Maria Elisabetta and at the Palazzo del Cinema (Via Candia).
Via Pisani, 10 - Lido di Venezia
€ 15 with Imob card
Membership card must be loaded with a minimum of € 5 the first time.
· From 0’ to 60’: free
· From 61’ to 120’:
€ 1/hour or fraction of an hour · Over 120’:
€ 2/hour or fraction of an hour The Customer will receive
complete regulations upon registering for the Service.
Wi-fi service is available in the Venice Film Festival area, Piazzale S. Maria Elisabetta and the Gran Viale, thanks to Venice Connected.
Gli accreditati hanno ricevuto via mail l’abilitazione all’uso del wi-fi.
For access to the wi-fi service please check on the website: www.veniceconnected.com
Piazzale S. Maria Elisabetta and Festival area
Ph. 041 52 65 974
Hotel in Venezia: Agenzia Bassani Viaggi – Dorsoduro S. Marta Fabbricato 17 - 30123 Venezia.
Tel. +39 041 2727810 - email: email@example.com (A reservation fee will be applied)
Hotel at Lido: Consorzio Venezia e il suo Lido: www.veneziaeilsuolido.it
When will the next Venice Film Festival run?
29 August to 8 September 2018.
Which films will screen at the next Festival?
The full Line-up was announced on 25 July 2018 and is now online in the official website.
How many sections are there in the line-up?
The official selection includes: Venezia 75, Out of Competition, Orizzonti, Sconfini, Venice Virtual Reality, and a selection of restored classics, Venice Classics.
The independent and parallel sections include the International Critics’ Week (SIC) and the Giornate degli autori, these sections having their own regulations.
Which screenings are scheduled for the public?
The public has its own access to screenings as indicated in the daily programme. Some screenings are reserved for accredited visitors.
Are children admitted to screenings?
Children under the age of 6 are not admitted to screenings.
Furthermore, all screenings with a minimum age limit of 14 (12 if accompanied by a parent or whomever has parental authority, both providing a valid ID document) are specified in the program.
How do I buy tickets and subscriptions?
Please check out the Information page.
Which prizes does the Festival award?
The Venezia 75 international jury will award the Golden Lion for Best Film. The international juries of the other sections will award the remaining prizes as specified in the Regulations.
What are the conditions for submitting a film?
All production or distribution companies and filmmakers can submit films for selection, providing they own the rights to do so and respect the Regulations and the festival deadlines.
What is the deadline for submitting a film?
The deadline is June 15.
Must films be subtitled or dubbed?
All films must be presented exclusively in their original language. The festival is unable to accept dubbed films. Foreign language films must be subtitled in Italian. Italian language films must be subtitled in English.
Will the press see my film?
Some 3,000 journalists, film critics, and radio and television reporters are attending the Festival and have privileged access to screenings. A film presented at the Festival attracts world attention. The Venice Film Festival has long been an exclusive launching pad for the work of new filmmakers as well as for accomplished personalities.
Does the Festival have a Film Market?
The new Venice Production Bridge (the former Industry Office) headed by Pascal Diot provides the logistics and a framework for promoting and selling films.
How do I get accreditation? The Festival offers all those working in the cinematographic sector the possibility to apply for accreditation according to their specific area of employment. There are four types of accreditation: Press, Industry, Film Delegation, and Cinema. Accreditation will be granted according to the respective regulations and is subject to available seats. Please visit the Accreditation section.
How do I make a hotel reservation?
For hotel reservations at Lido: Consorzio Venezia e il suo Lido: www.veneziaeilsuolido.it
Any other questions?
Please contact Cinema@labiennale.org or visit the Festival website (www.labiennale.org/en/cinema/) for the latest updates.
Tel. +39 041 5218711
Fax +39 041 5218854
75th Venice International Film Festival
Lido di Venezia, 29 August - 8 September 2018
Director Alberto Barbera