CINEMA NOVA

380 Lygon Street, Carlton

PURCHASING TICKETS TO EFFA SESSIONS AT CINEMA NOVA

Tickets for EFFA events at Cinema Nova can be purchased via the Cinema Nova website or at the Cinema Nova Box Office.

TICKET PRICES FOR EFFA SESSIONS AT CINEMA NOVA

Tickets to regular* sessions at Cinema Nova: 

Adult: $20.50 + booking fee

Conc.: $17.50 + booking fee

*Regular screenings at Cinema Nova do not include Opening Night, or the ‘Herzog Then and Now’ sessions (see below for more information).

Tickets to Opening Night at Cinema Nova and The Shaw Davey Slum: 

All: $45 + booking fee

Includes post-screening party, drinks and canapes (V, VG)

Tickets to the ‘Herzog Then and Now’ Retrospective

Tickets to the two Werner Herzog screenings – Encounters at the End of the World and Nomad: In the Footsteps of Bruce Chatwin – are to be purchased separately.

All: Tickets to these sessions are $15 each + booking fee. 

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PALACE WESTGARTH

89 High Street, Northcote

PURCHASING TICKETS TO EFFA SESSIONS AT PALACE WESTGARTH

Tickets for EFFA events at Palace Westgarth can be purchased via the Palace Westgarth website or at the Palace Westgarth Box Office.

TICKET PRICES FOR EFFA SESSIONS AT PALACE WESTGARTH

Tickets to regular* sessions at Palace Westgarth: 

Adult: $20.50 + booking fee

Conc. $17.50 + booking fee

*Regular screenings at Palace Westgarth do not include Closing Night, or the Kids’ Shorts, or the Youth Screening.

Tickets to Closing Night at Palace Westgarth: 

Adult: $25 + booking fee

Conc. $22 + booking fee

Includes post-screening drinks and canapes (VG)

Tickets to the Kids Shorts’ + Seed Planting Workshop at Palace Westgarth:

Adult: $15 + booking fee

Conc.: $15 + booking fee

Children: $12 (Primary school students) + booking fee

Note: This session is suitable for primary school students. All children need to be accompanied by an adult.

Tickets to the Youth Screening and Forum at Palace Westgarth:

Students: $14 + booking fee (Secondary school students only). 

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STATE LIBRARY VICTORIA – 
VILLAGE ROADSHOW THEATRETTE

179 La Trobe Street, Melbourne

PURCHASING TICKETS TO EFFA INDUSTRY INSIDER SESSIONS AT STATE LIBRARY

Tickets to the two Industry Insider sessions – Shoot, Edit and Score with Impact with Grant Baldwin, and Women With Impact: Sparking Environmental Action Via Documentaries – are to be purchased separately via the EFFA website (click on links above).

TICKET PRICES FOR EFFA INDUSTRY INSIDER SESSIONS 

All: Tickets to these sessions are $12.50 each + booking fee.


IMAX MELBOURNE MUSEUM

Carlton Gardens

PURCHASING TICKETS TO EFFA KIDS’ BACKYARD WILDERNESS 3D AT IMAX 

Tickets to the EFFA Kids’ Backyard Wilderness 3D and Wildlife Talk can be purchased via the IMAX Melbourne website or at the IMAX Melbourne box office.

TICKET PRICES TO EFFA IMAX SESSION

Adult: $18 + booking fee

Conc.: $15 + booking fee

Children: $12 + booking fee

Family packages available.

Note: This session is suitable for primary school students. All children need to be accompanied by an adult.


RMIT – KALEIDE THEATRE

Building 8, 360 Swanston Street, Melbourne

PURCHASING TICKETS TO EFFA EXPERIMENTAL FILMS AT RMIT

Tickets to the experimental film sessions – Experimental Shorts and Extra Terrestrial Ecologies – at RMIT’s Kaleide Theatre are to be purchased separately via the EFFA website (click on links above).

TICKET PRICES TO EFFA EXPERIMENTAL FILMS

All: Tickets are $15 + booking fee for each session.


ADMISSION CONDITIONS

A valid ticket must be presented for entry to each session.

Tickets can be presented on smartphones, tablet devices or printed tickets for scanning. Each barcoded ticket is valid for single entry into the selected films.


CONCESSION TICKETS

Concession is full-time students, pensioners, seniors, unwaged and holders of health care or carer cards.


ACCESSIBILITY

All venues are wheelchair accessible. Please call venues directly to discuss access requirements - Cinema Nova (03) 9347 5331, Palace Westgarth Cinema (03) 9482 2001, IMAX Melbourne (03) 9663 5454 and State Library Victoria (03) 8664 7005. 


FILM CLASSIFICATION

Under the Classification Board’s rules EFFA has self-determined the classification for all films.