The Cape Town International Film Market and Festival has opened EARLY BIRD TICKETS for screenings at Nu Metro cinemas at the V & A Waterfront.
The 120 films in the official selection, along with a host of films in the panorama programs, will be screened at Nu Metro and Ster Kinekor Cinema Nouveau at the V & A Waterfront from October 10th –19th, while the glamorous red carpet opening night will be held at the Artscape Theatre Complex on October 9th.
All these events, along with World Premiere red carpet events are open to the public and tickets can be purchased via links on the various films on the CTIFMF website.
For THREE DAYS ONLY, from NOON on Thursday September 27th to NOON on Sunday September 29th, the CTIFMF will be offering an EARLY BIRD 2 FOR 1 SPECIAL on all films screening at Nu Metro cinemas ONLY at the V & A during the festival. Tickets can be purchased here: www.webtickets.co.za/EventCategories.aspx?itemid=1483878683 or via links from the Festival website.
From 10am on Friday September 28th tickets will also go on sale for all screenings at Ster Kinekor Cinema Nouveau screenings at the V & A Waterfront. These can also be purchased via the website, www.filmfestival.capetown.
In addition to individual movie tickets, film lovers can also purchase Full Festival passes that enable access to all film screenings, premieres as well as cocktail parties.
Tickets for the Opening Night of the Festival that will screen South Africa’s official submission to the Oscars, Sew the Winter to My Skin can be purchased via Computicket: online.computicket.com/web/event/ctifmf_2018_gala_opening_night/1243347634/0/88850592
Jahmil X.T Qubeka’s Sew the Winter to My Skin, is an epic existential-adventure film that has wowed audiences at Cannes L’Atelier 2017, and had its World Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. Guests can purchase tickets and enjoy the full red carpet experience of this glamorous event at the Artscape Theatre Complex on October 9th.
This year’s festival program is a cinematic feast with some 120 world-class films on show to the public, festival delegates, and the jury. The meticulously curated selection will include a significant amount of African content amongst the independent feature films, short films and documentaries on show. Particular focus areas are New Voices (first-time feature directors), That’s So Gay (new LGBTQ releases), and Cinema of Conscience.
For more information, tickets and schedules for films that will be screening at this year’s CTIFMF, please visit the website, www.filmfestival.capetown.
The Cape Town International Film Market and Festival is proudly hosted by the City of Cape Town.