Film Festival ticket sales up

Last updated 13:35 24/07/2014

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With only a few tickets left for festival headliner The Dark Horse, New Zealand International Film Festival spokeswoman Rebecca McMillan says ticket sales for 2014 are going well.

"Film festival ticket sales are up on 2013," she said.

"But comparisons are difficult because this year, for the first time, daytime week-day sessions are available for advance purchase."

In previous years daytime screening tickets were only available to purchase on the day of the screening at the venue.

This year's programme has 158 films showing at 11 cinemas from Petone to Brooklyn.

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- The Wellingtonian

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