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How it works

International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival Inconvenient Films is a non-profit project and it is trying to remain such. Nonetheless, the organisation of the festival requires a lot of resources: film license fees, shipping, translation, subtitling, advertising, cinema hall rent, organisation of extra activities, etc.

 

We want everyone to have access to festival screenings, that’s why there are several ways to get your seat in a cinema hall:

 

REGULAR TICKET:

Get a ticket at screening venues – all screenings are purely educational and it’s up to you how much you want to pay to watch a movie (donation starts from 1 cent). Please note that: a) you can buy tickets for that day’s and next day’s screenings only; b) tickets are available at screening venues only; c) no more than two tickets per screening per person. Box offices are open every day at least 1 hour before the first festival screening.

 

ELECTRONIC TICKET:

Get e ticket using “Tiketa” online system (www.tiketa.lt). Those who do not want to spend their time waiting in lines or want to plan their time in advance can get their tickets for any screening online. These tickets are sold for a fixed price of 2 EUR (plus a service fee).

 

Thank you for supporting Inconvenient Films Festival!