Festival’s practical information

Purchase online or on site at Villa Medici

Price: 5€
Access to one screening of your choice (valid for a daytime or evening screening)

9€ full rate / 6€ reduced rate

Access to 3 screenings of your choice from 14 to 17 September, except for evening outdoor screenings

25€ full rate / 20€ reduced rate
Unlimited access to all screenings, including evening outdoor screenings, for the whole duration of the festival

How do passes work?
Step 1: buy your pass
Step 2: book the screening of your choice
Purchase and reservation on site at Villa Medici or online at villamedici.it

It is highly recommended that PASS holders book their seats in advance for the screenings.
Without prior reservation, it is always possible to access the screenings coming before
the start of the film (access subject to availability of seats).
Each PASS is nominative.

Present your PASS or SINGLE TICKET and get free access to the exhibitions in the Villa Medici gardens (the BAD TIMING exhibition by Théo Mercier and the Villa Medici Festival des Cabanes)! Offer valid for the duration of the festival.

Food corner and drinks

Bar-gastronomy on the piazzale before the evening public screenings
• From 13 to 17 September from 7.00 to 9.00pm

Bar-gastronomy in the Villa Medici cafeteria during the day’s public screenings
• 14 and 15 September from 2.30 to 7pm
• 16 and 17 September from 10.30 to 7pm


• For open-air evening screenings, doors open at 7 pm.
• Access to the screenings and exhibitions in the Villa Medici gardens requires a valid ticket or pass.
• Accessibility for people with reduced mobility: Piazzale fully accessible, Grand Salon and Michel Piccoli cinema room not accessible (stairs)
• No cloakroom on site, motorbike helmets not allowed
• Animals not admitted

Address: The French Academy of France in Rome – Villa Medici
1 Viale della Trinità dei Monti – 00187 Roma
Metro : line A, Spagna stop
Nearest car parks: Ludovisi o Villa Borghese


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