FESTIVAL VILLAGE

From 6 to 14 November

The essential hub on the Grand'Place

Open to all from 10.30am through to 1.00am

  • Official shop: A selection of books and DVDs offered in partnership with the Grand Librairie and the Furet du Nord bookstore chain; the official programme; and 2021 edition the (10.30am to 7.00pm)
  • Café and fast-food eateries (10.30am to 1.00am)
  • Film goers' information point, reception for press and artists (10.30am to 7.00pm)
  • Concerts every evening (starting at 11.00pm)

PARKING

Grand'Place Car Park (700 spaces)

24-hour pass: €12.00

Fixed evening charge, between 6.00pm and 2.00am: €1

Make the most of the free park & rides, offering more than 2,500 spaces.
La Citadine, the free electric shuttle serves the park & rides
every 10 minutes, from 6.30am to 8.00pm, Monday to Saturday.


WHERE TO SEE THE FILMS

Casino dArras

Two auditoriums, seating 914 and 270 respectively

3 rue Emile Legrelle

Cinéma Mégarama

Four auditoriums, seating between 86 and 191

48 Grand’Place


INFORMATION POINT

At Cinéma Mégarama

From 25 to 30 October

2.30m to 7.30pm (Except Sundays and Monday 1st November)

From 2 to 5 November

9.30am to 9.30pm (daily)

At the Festival Village

From 6 to 14 November

10.30am to 7.00pm (daily)

Telephone: +33 (0)3 59 25 00 69

From 21 to 30 October

10.00am to noon and 2.30pm to 7.30pm (Except Sundays and Monday 1st November)

From 2 to 14 November

9.30am to 7.00pm (daily)


ONLINE BOX OFFICE

From 21 October

Online sales of festival passes, bundle tickets and tickets for the opening night.

From 28 October

Opportunity to purchase tickets online (except for concessions) including festival passes and bundle tickets.


IN-PERSON BOX OFFICE

Attention: no in-person box office at the Casino this year.

From 25 October

Festival pass, bundle tickets and tickets for the opening night.

2.30pm to 7.30pm (except Sundays and Monday 1st November)

From 2 November 

Sales of all tickets, including passes and bundle tickets.

9.30am to 9.30pm (daily)


ADMISSION PRICES 2021

Festival Pass: €67

Personal pass. Access to all screenings except for the opening night, upon collection of tickets

 

Individual screening tickets

Full admission price: €7

Concessions: €5 (under-18s, students, job seekers, members of Plan-Séquence + Di Dou Da, Colères du Présent, Université Pour Tous de l’Artois, members of the CMCAS upon presentation of proof)

School groups: €3.50

 

Single-price screening

Opening night (5 November at 8.00pm): €8

 

10-film bundle ticket: €45

Valid for 1 to 2 persons per screening upon collection of tickets.

Not valid for admission to the opening night.

 

5-film bundle ticket: €27.5

Valid for 1 to 2 persons per screening upon collection of tickets.

Not valid for admission to the opening night.

 

Official programme: €5

With everything you need to know about the films, timings, invitees.


COVID NEWS

It is advisable to purchase your tickets in advance. Access to the auditoriums will comply with the regulations in force at the time of the festival, namely presentation of the QR code from your digital or paper health pass for persons aged over 12 years and 2 months. The wearing of face masks is obligatory in all enclosed festival venues, and barrier measures continue to apply.


MUSICAL AFTER-PARTIES

Every evening from 11.00pm, a variety of groups perform in a friendly atmosphere at the Festival Village.


MINI PARADISIO

To celebrate the festival's return, the Mini-Paradisio, the world's smallest travelling big screen cinema, will be set up on the Place des Héros on 7 and 8 November, to present on its inflatable big screen a selection of trailers for the films featured at the festival. An event organised by Les Ateliers de la Halle.