In-Person Advance tickets for all ﬁlms and events are available Monday through Saturday, 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., and Sunday, noon to 6:00 p.m. at the Seattle International Film Festival's two outlets:
SIFF Main Box Ofﬁce: Paciﬁc Place, 600 Pine St, second ﬂoor (at Sixth Ave).
SIFF Single Ticket Outlet: Broadway Performance Hall, 1625 Broadway Ave (at Pine St). (Advance single tickets only. Includes Film Buff 20-Pack passes and Cinematic Six-Packs.)
By Phone: Charge by phone: 324-9996.
All tickets and passes, with the exception of Film Buff 20-Pack passes, Cinematic Six-Packs, and Secret Festival passes, may be purchased by phone with Visa, MasterCard, or American Express during regular box-ofﬁce hours (subject to a $3.50 handling fee per order).
Charge on the Web: www.seattlefilm.org (also subject to a $3.50 handling fee per order).
INDIVIDUAL TICKET PRICES
$10 for regular screenings and Festival Forum events.
$8 for regular screenings for SIFF members when purchased in advance.
$7 for matinees (Monday-Friday, screenings before 5:30 p.m.; weekends and Memorial Day, screenings before 3:00 p.m.).
$7 for midnight screenings.
$5 for bargain matinees Monday-Friday (2:00 p.m. screenings) and Films4Families matinees.
(Note: To use your SIFF member discount you must buy your tickets in advance at Paciﬁc Place or the Broadway Performance Hall. You won't receive a Member Discount for tickets bought at the theater box ofﬁces.)
On the day of the screening, tickets are for sale at the screening theater only (subject, of course, to availability). Theater box ofﬁces open a half hour before the ﬁrst screening of the day. If day-of-show tickets are no longer available, rush tickets may be purchased, if they're available. Cash only.
When advance tickets are sold out, a limited number of rush tickets may be available at the door. Rush tickets are available on a ﬁrst-come, ﬁrst-served basis, depending on how many seats are available after pass holders and advance-ticket holders are admitted. Rush tickets are normally sold 5-10 minutes before showtime. Cash only.
A whole bunch of seats at every screening are reserved for pass holders. While a pass (with the exception of the glittering Platinum Pass) does not guarantee seating, pass holders are allowed priority entry up to 20 minutes prior to showtime, or until pass-holder seat allotment has reached critical mass. Pass holders are strongly encouraged to arrive 30 minutes before showtime (if you're late, don't get pissy!). All passes are strictly nontransferable, and photo ID must be shown at the theater.
Platinum Passes are $900, and include admission to all festival screenings, forums, and press screenings (with the exception of the Secret Festival), reserved seating at the Opening and Closing Night Galas, and much more.
Full Series Passes are $500 and include admission to all public and press screenings, excluding Gala screenings, Secret Festival, Festival Forums, and Special Events. Pass requires a photo. You can either provide your own passport-sized photo or the box ofﬁce will take one for you.
Weekly Passes are $175 and grant admission to all regular public screenings (excluding Opening Night, Gala Screenings, the Secret Festival, Special Events, and the Festival Forums) for a particular week of the festival. The dates of the available passes are as follows:
Week One: May 20-26
Week Two: May 27-June 2
Week Three: June 3-9
Festival Forum Passes are $100 and get you priority admission to all Festival Forum events.
Cinematic Six-Packs are $54 and include admission to any six ﬁlms priced $10 or less, limited to a maximum of one ticket per ﬁlm. Films must be selected at the time of purchase. A limited number of Six-Pack tickets are available for each ﬁlm.
Film Buff 20-Packs are $150 and include admission to any 20 ﬁlms priced $10 or less, depending on individual ticket availability. There is a two-ticket limit per ﬁlm, and ﬁlms must be selected at the time of purchase.
Films4Families are weekend matinee screenings for all ages. Tickets are $5 for each screening.
Secret Festival passes are $35 for admission to the four Secret Festival screenings Sundays at 11:00 a.m. at the Egyptian. Those purchasing passes are required to sign an oath of silence promising not to disclose any information about the ﬁlms shown in the series. Film titles are not announced until showtime. Limit two passes per person.
Opening Night Gala is May 19. Tickets are $50 (includes screening and reception), with VIP tickets available for $150 (screening, pre-reception, parking, special access).
Closing Night Gala is June 12. Tickets are $40 (includes screening and reception).
Metro buses are available from all points in Seattle and surrounding areas. For more information call the Metro Information Line at 553-3000 (or 800-542-7876). Bus information and schedules can also be found at transit.metrokc.gov.
BROADWAY PERFORMANCE HALL1625 Broadway Ave, 325-3113
EGYPTIAN THEATER 801 E Pine St, 781-5755
NEPTUNE THEATER 1303 NE 45th St, 781-5755
HARVARD EXIT THEATER 807 E Roy St, 781-5755
UPTOWN THEATER 511 Queen Anne Ave N, 285-1022
NORTHWEST FILM FORUM 1515 12th Ave, 329-2629
JBL THEATER AT EXPERIENCE MUSIC PROJECT 325 Fifth Ave N, 367-5483
PARAMOUNT THEATRE 911 Pine St, 467-5510
GUILD 45TH THEATER 2115 N 45th St, 781-5755
All venues are wheelchair accessible.