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Vancouver International Film Festival: Ticket Info

Vancouver’s annual Film Festival (VIFF) is back once again ranking in the top 3 film festivals across North America. The festival begins September 27th and runs through October 12th at the Vancouver International Film Centre on Seymour.

Vancouver International Film Festival 2012 will kick off with the highly anticipated Midnight’s Children, the newest film by director Deepa Mehta, which follows the story of two children switched at birth on August 15, 1947: the day India won independence from Britain.

VIFF Tickets!

The box office is officially open and VIFF has upgraded their self-delivery ticket options for 2012. This year, you can buy tix up to an hour before the film starts and print at home, or simply send the bar code to your Smartphone and have it scanned at the theatre.

Regular tickets are $13. You will also need to pay the annual VIFF membership ($2) to attend. Student and senior tix are $11. Most VIFF films are intended for the 18+ audience.

There are four ways to buy VIFF tickets:

1. ONLINE at viff.org
2. BY PHONE at 604-685-8297
Monday, Sept. 10–Thursday, Oct. 11 Noon–7 pm
3. IN PERSON (Pre-festival) 
Vancity Theatre
Vancouver International Film Centre 1181 Seymour St. (at Davie)
Monday, Sept. 10–Saturday, Sept. 29 Noon–7 pm
Box Offices open 30 minutes before the first show of the day at each venue and remain open until their last show of the day.

Empire Granville 7 Cinemas (GR1–7) 855 Granville Street (at Robson)
Pacific Cinémathèque (PCP) 1131 Howe (at Helmcken)
Vancity Theatre (VCT)
 The Vancouver International Film Centre 1181 Seymour Street (at Davie)
Vogue Theatre (VOG)
918 Granville Street (at Smithe)

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