This information is relevant to GFF13 which ran from 14-24 February. 2014 Festival dates will be announced soon.
STANDARD TICKETING PRICES
£8.50 full price/£6.50 for all adult concessions.
Adult concessions include full-time students, over-60s, Jobseekers Allowance or Income Support recipients and registered disabled people. Please produce proof of eligibility when purchasing or collecting tickets. GFF also honours the CEA card for all Festival events.
Please note that all GFF tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
We also have a range of great ticket deals and offers to ease the pressure on the pockets of the keenest film fans.
GLASGOW SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
All standard tickets cost £5 (excludes special events, see individual listings for details).
Sign up for a GFT Youth Card and get standard priced Festival tickets for only £4.50. See grey box for full info.
HAVE YOU GOT A CINECARD OR UNLIMITED CARD?
To reward the loyalty of GFT CineCard, and Cineworld Unlimited Card holders, we’re offering £1 off all standard priced tickets. Tickets must be purchased in advance from the Festival Box Offices at GFT and Cineworld Renfrew Street (on the sixth floor, 15–24 February only) or at www.glasgowfilm.org/festival.
SPT SUBWAY TICKET HOLDERS
Show your valid SPT subway ticket and receive £1 off standard priced tickets, on the day only. Subject to availability. Your subway ticket must be valid for the same day as GFF ticket purchase.
SPECIAL EVENTS AND PERFORMANCES
Please note that some special events, live performances and screenings fall outside the standard ticket price. See individual listings for details.
FREE EVENTS AND SCREENINGS
Tickets for free events will only be issued on the day, from the venue where the event is being held, unless otherwise specified in the A to Z. First come, first served!
Films not certificated by the BBFC are marked N/C (Not Certificated) and accompanied by an age recommendation i.e. N/C 15 + (suitable for ages 15 and older, no-one under 15 will be admitted).
PLEASE GET HERE ON TIME
Please note that during the Festival all films and events will start at the stated times – no adverts will be screened. Latecomers will not be admitted.
HOW TO BUY TICKETS
From Thursday 17 January tickets for all events can be purchased from this website.
Tickets for GFT, CCA and Cineworld screenings can be purchased online up until one hour before the performance.
For all other participating venues, tickets can be purchased online until 9pm on the day before the performance.
IN PERSON & OVER THE PHONE
From Thursday 17 January you can purchase tickets for most events from the Central Festival Box Office at GFT during opening hours (see below for full Box Office details).
You can also purchase tickets in person for most events from the Festival Box Office on the sixth floor of Cineworld Renfrew Street from Friday 15 – Sunday 24 February, during opening hours. This Box Office opens one hour before the first film each day.
During Glasgow Short Film Festival (7–10 February) tickets can be bought in person on the day of screening only from the Festival Box Office at CCA. GSFF advance tickets can be bought from the Festival Box Office at GFT.
To reserve events at CCA on the day of the screening, please call 0141 352 4917. Please note this number is for events at CCA only.
You can collect advance tickets from the Central Festival Box Office at GFT up until 9pm the day before the performance. On the day of the event, tickets MUST be picked up at the venue where the film is being shown or the event is being held.
Central Festival Box Office
Glasgow Film Theatre
12 Rose Street
Tel: +44 (0)141 332 6535
BEFORE THE FESTIVAL
Thursday 17 January (10am – 8pm)
Friday 18 January – Wednesday 13 February (12pm – 8pm)
DURING THE FESTIVAL
Box Office is open from 10.30am until 30 minutes after the last film at GFT has started.