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Find out about the access and participation options (individual, group)
Is the Official Selection available to view online ?
This year, the Festival is exclusively on-site. Therefore, the Official Selection will not be available for online viewing.
I would like to attend some screenings, how do I go it?
Moviegoers, several options are available for you to enjoy the animation at the Annecy Festival: The Pass grand public This Pass is like an accreditation (reserve your screenings through the online ticketing service) and gives you access to all Festival screenings. It also lets you enjoy the benefits at many events from 13th June and throughout the year. For information about the Pass grand public Single admission tic
Which events are accessible without an accreditation?
The Annecy s'anime screenings as well as many other events (exhibitions, signing sessions, etc.) are accessible without an accreditation. Discover the details of these events and conditions of access (free or single admission tickets) on the dedicated page.
How can I enjoy the Festival with my children?
To enjoy the theatre screenings with your children you can ** buy an accreditation or single admission tickets**. For safety reasons and for general comfort, access to theatres is prohibited for children under the age of 3. Numerous events that are open to everyone are also organised to take full
Are the open-air screenings accessible to everyone?
Yes, the open-air screenings throughout the Festival week are open to everyone. Discover the screening locations here.
Are the open-air screenings cancelled if it rains?
Open-air screenings are only cancelled if there is a weather alert (strong winds, violent storms, etc.) and a prefectural order for safety reasons. In this case, cancellation will be announced on the Festival’s website and social media.
Are there chairs set up for the open-air screenings?
On some sites, chairs are set up, but it is better if you bring your own (foldable seat, etc.).
What is the award-winners screenings' programme and is it suitable for children?
The award-winner screenings' programme is put online at the end of the Festival's closing ceremony. Award-winner screenings are organised so you may discover some of the edition’s winners. Several screenings in different theatres are planned, adapted to different audiences, to enable each of you to benefit from the best in animation.
What is the Animaj-J school scheme?
Anima-J is a scheme reserved for schools. To attend, you can register your class and enable them to attend screenings of the Short Films in competition, selected by a jury of teachers especially for schools. After each screening get your pupils to vote to award the Primary and Secondary school prizes. **In 2022, Anima-J will be held on two dates: Monday 13th June to Thursday 7th July 2022, and Monday 19th September to Friday 21st October
How do I bring my class to watch a screening? I am part of an association or a Company Committe, how can I attend a screening?
For groups and school groups the Festival proposes two theatres, La Turbine and the Cinéma Le Mikado, where seats are especially pre-reserved and where the programming is adapted to the general public. The prices applied are those in effect in the screening room. To reserve your screenings and go to the cinema theatres, please consult the dedicated page.