Festival screenings will start in the afternoon of Saturday October 5th at Teatro Verdi (Viale Martelli 2), the main festival venue for film screenings. Some films will be screened also at Cinemazero (Piazza Maestri del Lavoro 3). Silent films are presented with live musical accompaniment; intertitles are translated into Italian and/or English with electronic subtitling.


Your Festival Pass gives you access to daytime and evening screenings throughout the festival, except opening, closing nights and Midweek event, for which you must purchase a ticket.
Together with your Festival Pass you will receive the official Giornate tote bag, festival catalogue, and press kit.

Cost: €70 (students up to 26: €45)
Accreditation requests, HERE.


There are 2 different types of tickets:
Day Ticket: €10 
Evening Ticket: €10
(exceptions: opening, closing nights and Midweek event 20)
A Day Ticket is valid on the day of issue only, for all films screened from the morning until the last show of the afternoon session; the Evening Ticket is valid for all films screened from 8:30pm onwards. Both tickets are on sale only at the Giornate Box Office at the Teatro Verdi. The Giornate Box Office opens on Saturday October 5th at 2pm; during the festival will remain open daily from 9am to 12.30pm and from 1.30pm to 10.30pm.


Online tickets are available on our website
(for online bookings only there will be a surcharge of €2 or €3 for each ticket).
From Sunday October 6th tickets pre-sale will be available
at the Giornate Box Office in the foyer of the Verdi.

Please remember that there will be a repeat show of
The Kid on Sunday October 13th at 4:30pm.
Advance tickets only for this event are available at the Teatro Verdi Box Office
(opening hours: 4:00pm – 7:00pm – Saturdays also 10:00am – 12:30pm)

tel +39 0434-247624 or on


During the 38th Giornate, the festival offices are located in the Pordenone Public Library, Piazza XX Settembre, just in front of the Teatro Verdi.
Opening hours (5-12 October): 10am – 8pm.