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Film Festival 2022: dates, prices, discounts, billboard, accreditations and where to buy tickets

Movie lovers are in luck with the return of the Film Festival after two years of hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic. The new edition will be h


Movie lovers are in luck with the return of the Film Festival after two years of hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic. The new edition will be held from Tuesday May 3 until next Thursday the 5th with tickets at 3.50 euros and with a few works to enjoy. To do this, you only need the relevant accreditation that you can get on the event website.

After filling in the spaces for name and surname, and once you select whether it is for one person or for more up to a maximum of ten, you will receive an email with the document that will allow you to take advantage of the promotion. Of course, those under 14 years of age and those over 60 do not need to perform these steps.

The event is organized by the Spanish Federation of Cinemas (FECE), the Federation of Film Distributors (Fedicine) and the Ministry of Culture and Sports. Its objective is to boost public attendance at Spanish theaters after the notable drop in the number of clients. Thus, since this Monday they have made tickets available to customers through the Internet and they can also be purchased at the box office and at the kiosks located at the entrance of countless cinemas throughout Spain.

What movies to see at the Film Festival?

Film lovers can enjoy films of all kinds, from the latest in the Harry Potter saga, ‘Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets’, to ‘The Good Boss, the film that served Javier Bardem to get the nomination for Oscar. You can also opt for ‘Alcarràs’, winner of the Golden Bear in Berlin, ‘El hombre del norte’, which was the highest grossing film in Spain over the last weekend, or ‘CODA’, which won the Oscar for best film.

The little ones can enjoy the cinema with ‘Sonic 2′, which shares the billboard with many other titles: ‘The Lost City’, ‘Canallas’, ‘Morbius’, ‘Veneciafrenia’, ‘Uncharted’, ‘The Batman’, ‘Ambulance : Escape Plan’, ‘Arthur Rambo’, ‘Counting Sheep’, ‘Dog Wild Ride’, ‘Where’s Anne Frank’, ‘Downton Abbey’ Movie, ‘The Happening’, ‘Game of Keys’ , ‘Vicky’s secret’, ‘On her point’, ‘The boss’, ‘X’, ‘A little plan’ and ‘Paris, 13th arrondissement’.