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Guide to the Film Festival: tickets at 3.5 euros for four days | Culture

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A new edition of the Film Festival takes place in Spain between this Monday and Thursday, four days during which viewers will be able to enjoy all the films on the billboard at a price of 3.50 euros per ticket. A total of 334 cinemas, totaling 2,935 screens, will participate in an event in which the viewer, as happened in the last edition, does not need to be previously accredited to see the films. The advance sale of tickets for the four days began last Wednesday on the cinemas’ websites and on the traditional ticket sales websites and at the cinema box offices.

During the four days of the event, viewers will be able to enjoy films such as Imaginary Friends, Arthur, Back to Black, Free Fall, Dune: Part Two, The Georgetown Exorcism, Evil does not exist, kingdom of the planet of the apesThe Last Summer, Fireworks, Furiosa: From the Mad Max Saga, Garfield, Godzilla and Kong: The New Empire, Haikyu!! The battle of the garbage can, Until the end of the world, The house, The sleeping woman, Irene’s promise, What happens next, The good teachers, mammalWhat pieces, Nina, The primate of Poland, Rivals, Blood on the lips, Second prizeWe will always have tomorrow, Tarot, The buriti flower, A difficult year y a radiant sunamong other.

All the information about the Film Festival is now available on their Instagram, Facebook, TikTok and Federation of Film Distributors (FEDICINE), the Federation of Spanish Cinemas (FECE) and the Institute of Cinematography and Audiovisual Arts (ICAA): “Show the industry’s gratitude to all viewers who enjoy the magic of films on the big screen and encourage attendance at movie theaters as a social and cultural habit.”

This event to encourage attendance at movie theaters as a social and cultural habit was held for the first time in June 2009 and from 2011 it became semi-annual, only interrupted by the pandemic. Since then, it has more than 30 million viewers.

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