Tickets are bought at ueff.se or at Folkets Bio Umeå’s box office. If you buy tickets online, the tickets will be delivered digitally to the email address you enter at the time of purchase and you can show them at the entrance to the film at the door. If you want, you can also print the tickets in one of our ticket offices.
If you have booked tickets, we want you to pick them up at the box office no later than 30 minutes before the show starts. If you do not collect the tickets in time, your booking will be released.
If you have a free ticket or our Clipboard Five Films, you show this at a ticket office. You cannot use them as a payment method online, but you can book seats and pick up the tickets at a ticket office.
Five Films is only valid for regular film screenings and the silent film concert, it is not valid for other events or the opening. The card is not personal, you redeem your ticket at one of the festival’s ticket offices.
Ordinary ticket SEK 100-120 SEK
– Discounted ticket SEK 85* SEK
Kid’s movie SEK 50-80 SEK
Opening Ceremony SEK 150 SEK
– Discounted Ticket SEK 130* SEK
Sing along SEK 130 SEK
– Discounted ticket SEK 115* SEK
Silent Film Concert SEK 100 SEK
– Discounted Ticket SEK 85* SEK
Dinner and a Movie SEK 700 SEK
5-card SEK 400 SEK
Free admission subject to space applies to Venues Bildmuseet and the outdoor cinema at Rådhustorget.
* Applies to students, seniors, unemployed and young people up to an age of 20 years.
Buy your tickets at ueff.se or at Folkets Bio Umeå’s box office on level 4 in Kulturhuset Väven. During the film festival, you can also buy tickets outside Vävenscenen on floor 1 at the culturehouse Väven.
During the festival, the ticket offices are open:
Purchased tickets cannot be exchanged or returned. If a film screening is cancelled, you will receive a replacement ticket for another film screening. It is not possible to get the money back.
Since many of the films we show during the festival have not undergone censorship control, there is a 15-year limit at the festival.
Exceptions apply to children’s and youth films.