Tickets for the 14th Odesa International Film Festival are on sale
Starting today, viewers can purchase tickets for the films in the competition programs of the 14th Odessa International Film Festival, which will take place from August 19 to 26 in Chernivtsi.
Tickets can be purchased in advance for each film, allowing for efficient planning of one's time and schedule for viewing the films of the 14th OIFF. Tickets for the films are available online through the provided link, as well as at the box office of the Ivan Mykolaychuk Cultural and Arts Center with a 10% discount when paying with a MasterCard.
Please note that this year, festival passes for OIFF are not available. Film screenings in the festival programs are exclusively accessible through tickets or with valid accreditation for media, the Film Industry Office, and the "Summer Film School."
Viewers of the Odesa International Film Festival can now purchase tickets for films in the National Competition Program and the International European Competition Programme. Tickets are available at the box office of the Ivan Mykolaychuk Cultural and Arts Center with a 10% discount when paying with a MasterCard, as well as online through the provided link.
The Odesa International Film Festival will take place from August 19 to 26, 2023. This year's festival will also feature a non-competition program called "Chronicles of War" with documentary films.
During the opening of OIFF-2023, the film "Dovbush" by Oles Sanin will be showcased, and the festival will be concluded with the drama "Club Zero" directed by Jessica Hausner from Austria.
The festival will also include a special programme called "Made in Odesa," featuring six films created in Odessa or by teams from the city.
On July 18, the OIFF opened its accreditation for representatives of the Ukrainian and international film industry to participate in the professional section, Film Industry Office.
The creators of the winning films in the categories of "Best Ukrainian Full-Length Feature Film," "Best Ukrainian Full-Length Documentary Film," and "Best European Film" at the 14th Odessa International Film Festival will receive cash prizes in addition to the "Golden Duke" statuette