How To Book
Filmhouse Members are able to book tickets exclusively from 10am on Thu 29 May until 10am Mon 2 June, after which bookings are opened to the general public.
There are three ways to book for EIFF 2014, so no excuses!
It’s quick and easy to book online for any EIFF screening AND if you're a Web Member you can put your films of choice into a favourites list for easy checkout. Become a Web Member here.
Please note we do not accept AMEX cards as a type of payment.
Please note: Some events are NOT available to book online. This information will be featured here and also on the individual event page.
There are three main box offices, open at different periods
- Filmhouse, 88 Lothian Road, EH3 9BZ
10:00-21:00 29 May - 18 June
10:00-late 19 June - 29 June
- Cineworld, Fountain Park, 130/3 Dundee St, EH11 1AF
EIFF Box Office at Cineworld opens from 19 June – 29 June
- Festival Theatre Edinburgh, 13/29 Nicolson Street, EH8 9FT
Tickets are available for all EIFF screenings at the FTE Box
Office during the venue’s opening hours
10:00-18:00 2 June – 28 June (Monday to Saturday)
At other venues, pre-booked tickets may be collected from 30 minutes before the screening, and last minute tickets may also be available to buy (cash only).
Call 0131 623 8030 and our friendly boxies are ready to take your booking the old fashioned way!
Our Transaction Fee Policy
There are no booking fees for EIFF 2013; however, a 50p booking fee per transaction is charged for posting tickets.
There is usually a high demand for tickets in the first week. Our box office system might get a little overloaded at times so your patience in this period is appreciated.
If a screening has sold out additional tickets may be released in the lead up to the screening/event at the venue. So it’s worth checking with the Box Office at the relevant venue on the day and you might well get lucky!
2014 Festival Diary:
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