Between 3 and 6 November, you can watch Hungarian and international films at a discount at all Cinema City cinemas. Here are the details.
This year, Cinema City is organising the Film Festival between 3 and 6 November, with the support of Vodafone. During the four days, tickets for 2D screenings will cost HUF 1,100 (EUR 2.69) in all cinemas in the capital and in the countryside, while 3D and IMAX 3D screenings will cost HUF 1,300 (EUR 3.18) (plus glasses).
In addition to discounted ticket prices, audiences will be able to meet the creators of Blokád (Blockade), Hétköznapi kudarcok (Everyday Failures), Veszélyes lehet a fagyi (Ice Cream Can Be Dangerous) and Játszma (Game), all supported by the National Film Institute.
This year, the first weekend of November will be rich in genres and programmes. In total, there will be more than 40 different films to choose from, with film clubs, round tables and audience meetings, szmo.hu reports. In addition, premium formats such as IMAX, ScreenX, 4DX and VIP rooms will offer cinema-goers the chance to enjoy films at a reduced price.
Visitors can buy tickets for the VIP 2D cinema with unlimited food and drinks for HUF 6950 (EUR 16.98), and for the 3D projection for HUF 7250 (EUR 17.71) (plus glasses). For one of the largest IMAX screens in Europe, 3D tickets cost HUF 1,300 (EUR 3.18) (plus glasses), while 4DX tickets, which simulate environmental effects such as movement, smells, rain or snow, will cost HUF 2,100 (EUR 5.13). The ScreenX cinema experience, unique in the region, projecting 270 degrees, will be offered by Cinema City for HUF 1660 (EUR 4.05).