LOVERS FILM FESTIVAL
Office: via Cagliari, 34/c – 10152 Torino
Multisala Cinema Massimo
Via Verdi 18 – Turin: +39 011 8138574
ACCESS TO THE SCREENINGS
Tickets to all the Lovers Film Festival screenings may only be purchased online at the Festival website, starting April 14 and until 20 minutes before each individual screening begins.
Starting April 26, the tickets to all the Lovers Film Festival screenings may also be purchased directly at the Cinema Massimo box office, during the cinema’s opening hours, and until 20 minutes before each individual screening begins.
Please remember that under no circumstances will spectators be allowed into the screening room once the screening has begun.
All the films are prohibited to people under 18 years of age.
Tickets may not be exchanged or reimbursed, unless the screenings have been canceled by the organizers.
All the foreign language films are subtitled in Italian.
Michele Bravi Live plus screening
(Friday, April 29, Sala Cabiria, 8.30 p.m.)
Closing night (Sunday, May 1, Sala Cabiria, 8.30 p.m.)
ONLINE TICKET PURCHASE
The online screening program has an icon in the shape of a shopping cart alongside each individual title. By clicking on the icon, you will be automatically re-directed to the website that manages the advance sale of tickets.
To purchase a ticket, you must register or log in, if you are already registered.. After completing your purchase, you will be emailed a ticket in PDF format which you may save on your smartphone or print out and present when you access the screening room.
ACCESS TO THE MOVIE THEATER
Access to all the Festival venues is only permitted to ticket holders, who must also:
- (for all spectators over 12 years of age) possess a COVID-19 Green Pass (reinforced Green Pass)
- (in the case of foreigner spectators) possess a vaccination certificate that is considered the equivalent of the COVID–19 Green Pass for purposes provided for by Law.
Spectators are kindly requested to arrive at least 15 minutes before the screenings are scheduled to begin.
Throughout the entire time that spectators are inside the Festival venues, they must follow the following anti-contagion regulations:
- correctly wear an airway protective mask , which must be an FFP2 mask
- avoid crowds