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Family Ticket

Family Ticket

Why not avail of our great value family ticket? At 50 euros, this entitles a family group to a maximum of 32 tickets for events on the programme, with the exception of the Francies Awards on Closing Night.

ONLY AVAILABLE IN BOX OFFICE from Friday

Season Ticket

Season Ticket

Our season ticket, priced at 40 euros, entitles one guest to attend 12 events on the programme, with the exception of the Francies Awards on Closing Night, which must be booked separately.

ONLY AVAILABLE IN BOX OFFICE from Friday

Box Office opens Friday 4.30pm

We are so happy to be back in the newly renovated Post Office, where we will continue so sell tickets, buns, cake, coffee and tea for those who prefer not to buy their tickets online and chat the chat with your fellow film goers! 

Online Ticket Sales

In an bid to try and reduce paper, CFF is encouraging guests to avoid printing off their tickets, if possible. Your ticket can be scanned on your smartphone at the door.

Closing Night and The Francie Awards

Closing night at CFF has come to mean only one thing – ‘The Francies’. Named in honour of Francie Brady in Pat McCabe’s ‘The Butcher Boy’, the awards have been designed by Jason Crowley. Jason responded to the motif of the pig, which is central to ‘The Butcher Boy’, and fashioned these memorable awards in solid bronze.

Short Film Awards

So who is going to win one of these gems this year...? Awards are presented to the winners of Best Fiction / Experimental, Best Documentary and Best Animation from our short film programmes. We will also present an audience award to the most popular film on the night, chosen by the viewers from the three aforementioned winners and our commissioned film. It is a gala night not to be missed and since its inception has been a booked-out affair.

The awards ceremony will once again take place in the historic surroundings of the Courthouse. This year will see the second world premiere of a CFF-commissioned ‘Long Shorts’ film. Chosen from a large number of very strong proposals by the selection committee, ‘Afterlife’ was shot by Director Daniel Butler and his team in and around Clones in early October. The film stars, among others, Ray Scannell, Pádraig O’Grady, Joanne Brennan and a host of local talent and sights and, as always, the people of Clones were more than generous in supporting the crew. Thank you!

As it stands, not much has been revealed about the film, which was produced by Maggie Ryan and written by Mike Heneghan, but we have good reason to believe that it is just the right story for the time of year that’s in it! Afterwards, make your way over to the Festival Club to see the festival out with us, singing (well, belting out) your favourite Abba tunes with Aoife McElwain and the Sing Along Social in Adamson’s Bar.

Don’t say you haven’t been warned… book your seat early for the glitz and glamour of Clones’ very own Oscars night!

Soliciting a savvy social sharing scheme

We all know that word of mouth is the very best form of recommendation. People take you at your word and go with that advice. We want to enjoy the benefit of the glowing recommendations we have heard so many of you say, so please take a few minutes to share those utterances with your friends. 

  • WHAT WILL ‘SHARING’ DO FOR CLONES FILM FESTIVAL? Simply put, if we can keep our promotional cost to a minimum, this enables our team to bring our audiences more films. We hear you say "WHAT CAN I DO TO HELP?" Well, we're glad you asked, as simply "LIKING" is not enough. Here's a list of things that you could do to help:
  • Share our Facebook entries on your timeline
  • Comment on our Facebook entries
  • Mention a friend’s Facebook name if you think they might be interested in a comment or a film
  • Share Clones Film Festival’s website by copying and pasting the following URL: http://www.clonesfilmfestival.com/ in your "Facebook status"
  • Go on, go ahead - just "Like" something on our Facebook page Did we mention the importance of "Sharing"?

This year we have added a ticket purchasing facility to our website.  This means that you will be able to "Share" a screening you would like to go to with a friend and they too can buy a ticket. Or if you see a listing for a film that a friend was talking about, then go ahead, SHARE it with them. We're guessing that if you've read this far, you realise that our general wish is that you "share" our stuff.

 

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Get in Touch!

Email: info@clonesfilmfestival.com
Website: www.clonesfilmfestival.com

1 Fortview, Newtownbutler Rd.
Clones, Co. Monaghan.