How does it work?
We don't expect you to buy tickets to a four minute film so we've packaged up selections of short films into convenient feature-length sessions. The best bit? The sessions are priced from just $18. That's right, you can see up to 10 short films in a session for as little as $18!
Opening Night Tickets
Join us for the 2017 St Kilda Film Festival Opening Night! Rub shoulders with the best in the film and television industry and get a taste of the 2017 program.
Opening Night (Screening Only)
$38 Full/$33 Concession
To book: call 03 9209 6660 between 9:30am and 4:30pm, Monday – Friday. Sales are processed over the phone - Mastercard and Visa accepted. No AMEX.
Tickets are strictly limited and are non-refundable.
Top 100 Session
Check out Australia's Top 100 Short Films across multiple sessions throughout the Festival. Each session contains approximately five to ten short films running a total of up to 90 minutes.
$18 Full/$15 Concession
17 clips from local and international musicians by some of our most talented filmmakers. Ticket includes screening, award ceremony and official after party with complimentary drink.
$30 Full/$25 Concession
Includes all other screenings and special events outside of Top 100, SoundKILDA and Opening Night.
$18 Full/$15 Concession
Festival Passes and Tickets
Film Buff's Feast
The complete degustation! This is your pass to sample all Top 100 short films and Festival screenings (excludes Opening Night, Closing Night & SoundKILDA)
$100 Full/$90 Concession
Valued at $390
5 Session Pass
Take your pick of any five sessions and events (excludes Opening Night, Closing Night & SoundKILDA)
$70 Full/$60 Concession
Valued at $90
HOW TO PURCHASE TICKETS
Concession applies to full time students, recipients of the Australian Social Security Pension, Victorian Seniors Card holders and aged pensioners. Concession ticket holders will be required to show proof of concession upon entry.
All tickets are sold on a no refund, exchange or cancellation basis. Lost or stolen tickets will not be replaced or refunded.
SEATING & ACCESS
All seating at St Kilda Film Festival screenings is general admission. Latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break in the screening.For information regarding disability access at venues, please contact Festival staff via the information hotline 03 9209 6777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
As films featured in the St Kilda Film Festival are unclassified, persons under the age of 18 will not be admitted. Excludes Under the Radar and Family Screening.