Festival Pass and Box Office

 1. Festival Pass

What is a « Festival Pass »? 

As every year, the Festival Pass sales of the British Film Festival are arriving!

The « Festival Pass » will allow you to attend every screening and event you like during the Festival (within the limit of the available places), except from the opening and the closing night events. However, the Pass doesn’t give you access to a priority line. The poster of the 29th edition of the Festival, the catalogue, and the programme schedule are all included with your Festival Pass.

Two different types of tickets are available:

  • One at 70 euros (reserved for the holders of a valid ENORA card, reserved for the inhabitants of Dinard.)
  • One  at 85 euros.

How to get a « Festival Pass »?

This year, two different sales will take place in June:

  • An online Sale: The 5th of june 2018 on the Festival website from 1.00 pm
  • An on-site sale, on the 13th of June 2018 at 8.30am, at the Auditorium Stephan Bouttet – 35800 Dinard. The payment will be by cash or cheque.

If you did not have a « Pass Festival » in 2017 or 2016, please send us an identity picture via email after your booking. However, if you were in possession of this Pass in 2017 or 2016 you will not be asked to provide us an identity picture.

The « Pass Festival » is personal (with an identity picture), non-assignable and non-refundable.

For any questions or information, feel free to contact us at 02 99 88 19 04 or via email at ffbd.log@ville-dinard.fr

2. Box Office / Single Ticket

For the cinema lovers who don’t wish to have a Festival Pass: Nothing can possibly be more simple than coming directly to the Festival. You will need to buy your ticket before the screening. The payment will be on site by cash or cheque. 2 prices are proposed:

Public price 7 € Student rate / job seeker / Solidarity 5 € (These preferential rates will be applied only on presentation of a valid proof).

Festival-goers are advised to arrive 30-45 minutes before the screening.

All the movies are in English with French subtitles.