TICKETS TO POLISH FILM FESTIVAL SYDNEY
Advance ticket purchases can be made online or at the Box Office.
You can also buy your tickets at the cinema prior each screening provided tickets have not been sold out.
TICKETS ON SALE NOW
Online via links on this website or directly via
Palace Norton Street website from 8 October 2020.
Booking fees apply.
At Palace Norton Street Box Office daily from 8 Oct until sold out.
Due to limited seat availability in line with NSW Government COVID safety requirements, advance ticket purchase
is strongly recommended.
Family film (The Day of Chocolate) $16.50
CORPUS CHRISTI special preview screening $30
includes complimentary glass of wine
OPENING NIGHT $32
includes complimentary glass of wine
*Eligible Concessions: Full-time students (photo ID required), senior citizens, health care card holders, pensioners. The cardholder must present a current ID card in order to gain the concession.
Palace Norton Street
99 Norton St, Leichhardt NSW 2040
(02) 9564 5620 (no phone bookings)
Experience sophisticated cinema at Palace Norton Street, fully licensed with barista made coffee.
Free main street parking available after 7:00 PM. Main street parking meters on Norton Street are turned off after 7:00 PM, as well as a number of side streets.
Paid parking available at Secure Parking, 99 Norton Street directly below the cinema; this is limited to 25 car spaces with one disable car park option near the lift to the cinema.
Sydney Buses regularly run along Norton Street, Marion Street and Parramatta Road. The nearest railway station is Petersham, within 15 minutes walking distance of the cinema.
FESTIVAL TERMS & CONDITIONS
The 2020 PFF Sydney is organised with a Covid Safety Plan in place and appropriate measures are taken to ensure the Festival is as safe as possible.
Due to unusual circumstances caused by COVID-19 and government regulations we have to follow, we ask for your understanding. Not everything will be organised in the same manner as last year and some further changes may have to be introduced without prior notice.
Seats are limited this year in line with government regulations and sessions may sell out quickly. Purchase your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.
Please make your selection carefully. Tickets are sold on a non-refundable and non-exchangeable basis. Lost or stolen tickets will not be replaced.
All festival films are restricted to persons 18 years of age and over. This relates not necessarily to the content of the films, but to the legal requirements of holding the festival as set by the Classification Board.
Dates, times and program are correct at the time of publication, but may need to be altered due to unforeseen or new circumstances. We reluctantly reserve the right to change program without notice, cancel selected screenings or the whole event. In case of cancellation tickets will be refunded.
Occupancy limits and social distancing will apply in every auditorium and throughout the foyer areas of the venue to follow requirements introduced by NSW government.
Frequent sanitizing of surfaces will take place. Hand sanitizers will be available in the bar and foyer areas for patrons and guests.
An attendance register with contact details will be maintained. This information will be safely stored and accessed only if required for COVID-19 contact tracing purposes.
Photography and video recording may take place in connection with the promotional activities of the Festival. By your presence at the screenings, you acknowledge that you have been informed and that you grant your permission to use your likeness without compensation or credit for the purpose of promoting the Festival.