GET YOUR FEST PASS BEFORE TICKETS SELL OUT
LIMITED NUMBER OF PFFA PASSES ON SALE NOW!
The 32nd PFFA edition is only days away! The festival will kick off on Saturday, November 7th, wrapping up with the Closing Night Gala on Sunday, November 22nd.
Immerse yourself in the best selection that Polish cinema has to offer, from stunning debut films by first-time directors, to the latest offerings from stalwarts. Nearly 60 feature, documentary and animated films will be presented both in movie theatres and on streaming screenings online. Remember, our most popular titles sell out each year, and it will be no different in a year in which we encounter such challenging limitations. So, get the most out of the PFFA with a Festival Pass giving you access to all screenings except for Opening and Closing Night Galas.
There is a limited number of Passes available due to the restrictions of capacity enforced in theatres in Chicago. Streaming screenings also have a cap on the number of viewers who can purchase tickets for the online presentations so purchase your ticket before someone buys the last one! Passes for theatres and Passes for online screenings are separate, but their price is the same: $ 85.00 for seven selected movies except for the Opening and Closing Night films (and these movies will not be available by streaming). Earlier seat reservations are recommended, as a Pass does not guarantee your entrance to a sold-out screening.
You can watch streamed movies in the best quality and comfort of your home on your phone, computer, Roku or TV screen at any given time during the fest. If any problems do arise, PFFA staff will assist you online or over phone. All information will be on the PFFA website: www.pffamerica.com while a full 2020 film line-up will be announced very soon.
Participating theatres will follow COVID-19 guidelines and protocols. Face masks are required, and social distancing is strongly recommended. Sanitation breaks between screenings will be longer, and public will be requested to leave theatres after each show.
Doors will open 20 minutes before starting time.
The major 32. PFFA sponsors are: Senate of the Republic of Poland, Ministry of Culture & National Heritage of the Republic of Poland, Polish Film Institute, Star-Tech Glass, The Copernicus Foundation and The Society for Arts.