See more and pay less at EIFF
Check out the great ticket deals available at this year's Festival.
We’ve brought the best in fresh film talent from home and abroad to this year’s Festival, and with our fantastic advance offers you can see more and pay less.
As any grizzled EIFF vet knows, many of the films and events at this year’s festival will sell out fast, so be sure to avoid disappointment by booking early and taking advantage of our terrific ticket deals.
Buy 6 get 1 free or Buy 12 get 3 free
Book between 13 July and 15 August inclusive and you can save up to 20% on the standard full ticket price with these fantastic advance offers. This applies to ALL full price tickets, and the cheapest ticket in the package is free. If you're not sure what to go for, why not use our revamped Suggest-o-tron? EIFF boffins have devised this fun device to pick the perfect films for you, so give it a spin.
Remember, the more enlightening cinema and events you see, the more you save.
Anita Loos Retrospective Package
This year’s EIFF retrospective charts the brilliant career of Anita Loos, and our ticket deal allows you to see all 12 films screening as part of the retrospective and the Anita Loos Rediscovered special event for only £30.
Award-winning author Cari Beauchamp will discuss the work of the hugely influential writer at the Rediscovered event, and there will be ultra-rare theatrical screenings of classics spanning Loos’ career; from The New York Hat to Gentlemen Marry Brunettes.
Don’t miss this opportunity to celebrate the writer once described by legendary director D.W. Griffith as, “The most brilliant young woman in the world.”
Ticket sales for all films and events will commence at midday on Friday 13 July. All advance offers can be purchased online, by calling 0131 623 8030, or in person at Filmhouse and Cineworld. As always, demand will be huge for the first few hours of ticket sales, and we ask for your patience during this period.
American Airlines will be the Official Airline Partner of EIFF 2015, supporting the Little Big Screen main retrospective