Ticket info, membership and accreditation.
Due to covid -19 pandemic, this year’s festival will be a bit unusual. The form of the festival will be somewhat limited but the foundation will remain! Screenings will mainly be offered at Folkets Bio Umeå, adapted along the recommendations of the authorities. Other events take place around Umeå and part of this year’s selection will also be available online on Draken Film.
During the ongoing pandemic we recommend visitors with signs of infection to stay at home. To facilitate this, we have made exceptions to our no-refund rule during the festival and allow remote repurchasing before the screening starts. Repurchases can be initiated through mail firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 0727 – 13 43 40.
We are following the development and abide by the authorities’ recommendations. If you have symptoms of illness, you should of course stay at home.
Tickets are bought on this website or in Folkets Bio Umeå’s ticket desk during the cinema’s opening hours.
Ordinary ticket: 80:-
Sing along: 120:-
Free tickets to the screenings at Bildmuseet and work-in-progress at the Sune Jonsson Centre, can be picked up at Folkets Bio Umeå’s ticket office one hour before the programme starts, at the latest.
The 5-card cost 300:- and is valid for five ordinary screenings – not for events or the opening ceremony. The 5-card is for sale in Folkets Bio Umeå’s ticket desk before and during the festival.
Applying for accreditation for this year’s edition of Umeå European Film Festival (24 – 29 November) will be possible closer to the festival.
Umeå European Film Festival takes place in Umeås culture centre Väven. Three screening rooms are used: Tystnad, Tagning and Vävenscenen. All venues are accessible with wheelchair.
Many of the films at the festival have not undergone censor verification so we have a 15-year age limit at the screenings. Exceptions are indicated for each film.
A membership card is required to see films during the festival. You will receive your card the first time you buy a ticket. You then need to bring it whenever you buy more tickets and enter the screening. The membership card is personal and free of charge. If you have bought your ticket online, the membership card will be handed to you when showing your ticket at the ticket desk.