Tickets & Venue
Tickets are now available!
As a non-profit organization, we intentionally keep our prices affordable for young people and families — our tickets are the most accessible in the city!
Feature Films & Short Programs
(excludes Sunday Fun Day)
Adult $11 | Child/Youth/Senior $9 | Groups of 10 or more $7 (per person)
Sunday Fun Day
$7 (per person) includes all activities and breakfast
$25 An unlimited pass for one adult and one child or youth. Valid at all regular Festival Screenings.
$49 An unlimited pass for a family of four. Valid at all regular Festival Screenings.
School Program Prices
The short film program is $5 per student
Admission for pre and elementary school groups is by pre-registration only here. Fresh Frames (ff) screenings are open to the public, individual screening prices apply.
$185 per class for groups of up to 30 students, includes a workshop and short film program.
Workshops are for elementary school groups, by registration only here. Reel Focus (RF) Screenings are open to the public, individual screening prices apply.
The feature film is $7 per student. Admission for elementary school groups is by pre-registration only here.
School groups have the option of adding a workshop, which will take place at your school after the festival. The film + workshop is $15 per student. This workshop is only available to groups attending Feature Focus.
Feature Focus (FF) screenings are open to the public. Regular film prices apply.
The feature film is $7 per student + study guide
Admission for middle and high school groups is by pre-registration only here. Talent Lab (TL) screenings are open to the public, individual screening prices apply.
Youth Media Conference
Admission for high school students is $10 for the day program (panel + film screening + BTS fair expo) by registration only here. The Youth Media Conference is not open to the public.
R2R operates out of two main venues: VIFF’s Vancity Theatre and The Roundhouse Community Centre. Our venues are conveniently located a few blocks from each other and only a few minutes walk from the Yaletown SkyTrain station (Canada Line). There is ample street parking all over downtown, and quick access to Vancouver’s many well-used bike lanes. Both venues are equipped with wheelchair access and seating. You can reserve a wheelchair spot at any show when you purchase a ticket, companion seats are free of charge.