A strictly limited number of special ticket packages with massive savings to Sydney Film Festival 2014 (June 4-15) are available until April 1 or until sold out.

 

Designed to appeal to the avid festivalgoer, these six ticket packages give you freedom to see more films for far less.

 

A Daytime GA Subscription permits you to attend 34 daytime screenings in two venues – the State Theatre and Events Cinemas 4 – for only $225 + bf. A Sydney Film Festival daytime subscription is a curated program of films – perfect for fans interested in a wide variety of cinema from across the globe. It takes place daily (excluding Opening Night), during the day from Thursday 5 June to Sunday 15 June 2014.

 

A Daytime Reserved Subscription is the same as the above, except you get allocated seating for an extra $25 (total price = $250 + bf). 

 

An Evening Stalls (Reserved) Subscription permits you to attend 30 evening screenings at the State Theatre for only $300. An evening subscription is a set program of outstanding world cinema that takes place daily (excluding Opening and Closing Night films) from after 6pm on weekdays, and after 2pm on weekends (including Public Holiday Monday). All sessions in an Evening Stalls (Reserved) Subscription  are allocated seating in State Theatre’s stalls section.

 

An Evening Mezzanine (Reserved) Subscription permits you to attend 30 evening screenings at the State Theatre – all for only $325. This subscription is exactly the same as above, except the seats are located in the State Theatre’s Mezzanine section.

 

A Flexipass 30 lets you choose most regular screenings around the festival, at up to four seats per film. A Flexipass 30 costs $360 + BF, which brings the ticket price down to $12 per ticket and saves you $225 over 30 adult tickets.

 

Of course if 30 is too many for you and your friends, you can buy a Flexipass 20 for $270 + BF, bringing the price down to $13.50 per ticket – saving you $120 over 20 adult tickets.

 

For more details on packages, check out the website.

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