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London Film Festival tickets: how to get them

The BFI London Film Festival runs from Wednesday, October 2 to Sunday, October 13, 2019. Here’s everything you need to know about buying LFF tickets

By Time Out Film
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How can I get tickets?
You can buy LFF tickets now at www.bfi.org.uk/lff, or by phone on 020 7928 3232 (11.30am-8.30pm daily). You can also purchase them in person at BFI Southbank (11am-8.30pm).

The film I want to see is sold out, what can I do?
Most films are screening on several dates, and sometimes extra tickets are released later so keep an eye out. It’s also worth queuing up for returns on the door. Get there 45 minutes early.

How much does it cost?
Weekday matinees (before 5pm)  are £10-£14. Evening and weekend screenings start at £13.25;  galas £14-£30. For those lucky 16-25 year olds, the 25 & Under offer means you can tickets to select screenings for £5. There are also a number of £5 tickets available on the door for all films across the festival (head to the box office 45 minutes before each screening). 

Which cinemas are films in?
The films are shown in venues across London, though most are in the  West End, in the likes of Curzon Soho, Vue West End, Odeon Tottenham Court Road and the special London Film Festival pop-up, the  Embankment Garden Cinema.

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