25 € – Full Festival Pass (includes film masterclasses, Lifetime Achievement Award Gala evenings) – 20 € reduced Full Festival Pass
10 € – Single-day Pass (includes that day’s film masterclasses and Lifetime Achievement Award Gala evening) – 7 € reduced Single-day Pass
5 € -Single-Event Ticket valid for a single film masterclass or Lifetime Achievement Award Gala evening – 3 € reduced Single Event ticket
5 € – Viareggio Single-day Ticket valid for events on 16, 17, 20 and 22 March in Viareggio.
1.5 € – Concert ticket for performance of Howard Shore’s music on 21 March at 6.30 p.m.
Free Entrance – Entrance is free to all screenings and lectures held at the Auditorium Vincenzo da Massa Carrara, at the Auditorium of the Fondazione Banca del Monte di Lucca and at the lectures held in Viareggio on the mornings of 16,17, 21 March. . It is possible to reserve a seat by purchasing a ticket at the cost of 1.5 € at the Festival ticket offices or by clicking on the link “FESTIVAL TICKETS” inside this website.
Holders of the Full Festival Pass or of the Single-day Pass may reserve a seat for a specific screening or masterclass by sending an email to email@example.com
The seat reservation request can be made only in the 48 hours preceding the screening or lecture and the email must detail the desired screening or masterclass you wish to attend. Seats will be reserved until the starting time indicated in the Festival program.
Seat reservation is not possible for free screenings and lectures.
Visitors entitled to discounted tickets: visitors under 18, over 65, college students, ticket holders to one of the four Cronenberg exhibits, visitors arriving by train in Lucca in possession of a Trenitalia travel ticket or a pass purchased during the period of the exhibitions, Trenitalia smart card holders, members of film clubs UICC, CINIT, FEDIC, FIC, ARCI members, people holding a ticket or season pass to the Teatro del Giglio di Lucca.
Free entry – Visitors entitled to free entry: children under 6 years of age, disabled visitors and their accompaniers.