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Join the Fun at Docudays UA-2019! Grab a Festival Pass

05 February 2019

Film premieres, talks with leading experts and workshops from star documentary filmmakers – this year’s Docudays UA has got an action-packed week in store!

 

If you feel like diving deep into the festival’s atmosphere, buy your Festival Pass now! It grants the holder access to all film screenings not requiring special registration.

 

The Pass is available for UAH 700 before March 3. Starting March 4, the price will rise to UAH 900. University students enjoy a discount and can obtain a Pass for UAH 500.

 

To buy your Festival Pass, click the button on the festival’s homepage or follow this link.

 

“We try to be flexible in terms of pricing to meet the demands of the viewers. We want to make sure that the festival is accessible to the broad public audience,” says the festival’s program director Viktoria Leshchenko. “We’ve included several special offers, discounts and bonuses, including free admission to a number of events, which should help counterbalance the increase in ticket and Pass prices. The latter primarily has to do with growing rent expenses – the cinemas’ utility bills and fees have grown, too. Therefore, we invite all to grab a Festival Pass. Apart from being a sound choice financially, the Pass offers a pleasant degree of comfort. Pass holders will be able to book seats both at the ticket office and online (the web booking tool will launch on March 14).”

 

Ticket prices at this year’s festival range between UAH 50 and 90. All DOCU/CLASS, human rights program and “Living Library” events remain free to access. Guests can also use one of the special offers or apply for Film Industry/Press accreditation.

 

Find out more about the various ways to visit the festival at the ATTEND page.

 

Follow our updates on the docudays.ua website and on facebook. See you in March!

 

Photo credit: Docudays UA

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