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Motovun Film Festival Tickets Pre-Sale Begins

unnamedIt is never too early for you to start making your festival plans and book your seats in one of the four Motovun theaters on time…

Motovun Film Festival, the film lovers’ favorite destination, will have its 18th edition this year, to be held 25-29 July. For almost two decades Motovun Film Festival has been presenting films of small-scale cinematographies and independent productions, so its audience can once again expect heaps of good films in the main program. They can also count on some surprises, such as this year’s focus on French cinema and culture.

You can choose among the four ticket sets available. You can buy them online via Ulaznice.hr system and at all Ulaznice.hr selling points. The special benefit the buyers of any ticket set are entitled to is the accommodation at the festival campsite without having to buy any additional ticket.

Four different ticket sets are available: All for 10 – a set including tickets for 10 screenings at a 10 kunas per ticket (available until June 30), Big Set, Little Set and Morning Set. Everything you need to know about it can be found on this link here.

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