‘Book Now’ links are available on each film details page on the JFF website. You can also find it on the Film Schedule page. Clicking the ‘Book Now’ link will lead to the cinema’s online ticketing page. Online bookings may incur additional charges.
Please call the relevant box office first before making a visit to ensure JFF tickets are already available for purchase.
Discounted tickets are available via box office only for 5 Film Pass, Group Bookings and JPF Members. For more information on JPF Membership please see The Japan Foundation, Sydney website.
Save $17.50 with the 5 Film Pass*! The 5 Film Pass ($75) is available via box office only, except for ACMI where it’s available online. All 5 sessions must be specified when booking and must be purchased in one transaction. The pass can be shared between two people or more. (Excludes Opening Film, Special Guest Events and Wilderness.)
For Melbourne audience, the 5 Film Pass cannot be shared between the two venues (Hoyts Melbourne Central and ACMI).
* Based on adult ticket pricing. The 5 Film Pass is only available for the Main Program.
Adult tickets are available online and at the box office. Early bird pricing available for a limited time at $16.50. (Booking tickets online may incur additional fees.)
Concession tickets are available online and at the box office. Early bird pricing available for a limited time at $14.50. (Booking tickets online may incur additional fees.)
Save money with a 5 Film Pass when you book 5 tickets at the same time. Share with friends or mix and match film sessions for yourself. (Available at the box office only with the exception of Melbourne ACMI. You must specify your desired screening sessions at the time of booking.)
Booking tickets for 10 people or more? Purchase at the box office and get each ticket at $14. (Must be booked in one transaction and valid for a single screening session.)
Are you a JPF Member? Present your JPF Member Card at the box office to get tickets at the discounted price of $14. (Learn more about membership at www.jpf.org.au)
Special school group screenings for high school Japanese classes are available at each main city. Tickets cost $10 (includes booking fees) per student. Full details available here.