Tickets for screenings and events held at Miller are on sale


 Tickets for the opening ceremony, the rest of the films programmed within the Camera Obscura section, as well as the Film Conferences, are available at

 Cinesa will put the tickets for the rest of the program on sale next week, on April 18, several days before the beginning of the Film Festival

 The public can access those sales links through, too.

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Wednesday 13 April 2022. The Las Palmas de Gran Canaria International Film Festival has put tickets for the screenings at Miller on sale, which include the opening ceremony, Camera Obscura’s films and concerts and the second edition of the Film Conferences. They are available at, which can be accessed, too, through

Cinesa El Muelle Multiplex, where all other screenings will take place in different sessions going from 9:30 am to 10 pm, will put tickets on sale next week, on April 18, several days before the 21st edition of the Festival starts. They will be available on their website and in their box offices, which will be open from 10 am to 6 pm prior to the beginning of the Festival, and from 9:30 am to 10 pm from April 22 on. In any case, the link for the tickets will also be available at the Film Festival’s web.

Attending any screening will cost 4,50 euros, although the Festival will release a 5-screening pass at 12 euros. This pass will be valid only for the films programmed at Cinesa El Muelle.

Miller will offer a total of 340 tickets for the different events. Regarding Camera Obscura, the screenings of silent films with live music will take place at 8 pm, except for the session scheduled on the first Saturday of the Festival, which will be at 8:30 pm. As for the Film Conferences, 120 seats have been booked by students of audiovisual-related studies, so the Festival will free over 200 tickets, which are now available at

The 21st Film Festival’s films
The 21st edition of the Festival has programmed nearly 95 titles this year: 55 features and 40 short and medium-length films, distributed into 134 screenings throughout ten days.

The feature films of the Official Section will be screened three times. Although the first one (in the morning) is aimed at jury and press members, these screenings are also open to the general public.

In other sections, there will be one or two screenings per film, which are indicated in the program with the annotation “single screening” [pase único], “first screening” [primer pase] or “last screening” [último pase].

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