Tickets for individual
Screenings

House of Culture: 5 €/ 4 €*
Arrigoni Open-air Cinema: 5 €/ 4 €*
Art Cinema Odeon: 5 €/ 4 €*
House of Culture – Submarine single ticket: 4 €/ 3 €*
House of Culture – Submarine family ticket (all members of the family for one screening): 8 €
Video on the Beach: free

For screenings in Ljubljana, Cerknica, Idrija, Sežana, and Tolmin, the partner cinemas’ prices apply.

Ticket Packages

Festival Ticket Package: 35 €** (early bird price: -20%, -30%***)
Weekend Package: 28 €** (early bird price: -20%, -30%***)

Ticket Packages should be collected from the main box office. Ticket Package holders must collect tickets for individual screenings at least 30 minutes prior to the beginning of the screening, otherwise we cannot guarantee your seat will still be available!

 

Advance Sale Locations

Box Office

The main box office in Art Cinema Odeon (Ulica Prekomorskih brigad 4, Izola) will be open from 31 May 2022. Working hours 31 May 15:00–19:00, from 1 June 10:00–19:00.

Box office in House of Culture opens 30 minutes before each screening.
The box office for the Arrigoni Open-air Cinema opens 1 hour before each screening.

Admission to screening and concert in Manzioli Open-air Cinema is free.

Contact

nina.jeglic@isolacinema.org
+386 (0)51 449 933

blagajna@isolacinema.org
+386 (0)31 478 219

Discounts

* Discount prices for pupils, students, pensioners, EU Disability Card holders, IZO card holders, members of clubs IZOLANI, Kinopolis, Kinodvor Club, Kinobalon Club and ‘ZA Kulturo’ Card holders

** 10% off the Festival Ticket Package for ‘ZA Kulturo’ Card holders and members of  Kinopolis, and Kinodvor Club

*** Discount prices for AGRFT students, students of the School of Art (University of Nova Gorica), ‘ZA Kulturo’ Card holders, Kinopolis, Kinodvor Club, KŠOK, club IZOLANI, Slovene Writers’ Association, students of University of Primorska, and EU Disability Card holders

Kino Otok – Isola Cinema is a “Low-Waste Event”

Kino Otok is the first Slovenian film festival to move towards zero waste. While this doesn’t mean that the festival will produce no waste at all, we aim to reduce its amount as much as possible, and do our best sorting it.

On average, events produce more than 1 kg of waste per person per day. Knowing that attendance at Kino Otok in previous years was up to 9,000 people, this means more than 9 tonnes of waste per festival edition. This year, we ask you to join us in doing more to prevent waste from being produced in the first place rather than only recycling it.

The environment is something that concerns all of us, and we want to set an example for visitors as well as other festivals. Thank you for helping us meet our commitment and objectives! We encourage you to use digital tickets and minimise the amount of potential waste you bring to festival venues. We will provide biodegradable cups, and you can bring snacks without packaging. And if you end up with a piece of waste, we kindly ask you to put it in the right recycling bin. Since cigarette butts make the most annoying type of waste (one alone can pollute as much as 1,000 litres of water), we will also provide recycled ashtrays.

To deliver on our environmental ambition, we have teamed up with Ecologists Without Borders. Yes, that’s the organisation behind the massive Slovenia clean-up campaigns. Realising that cleaning alone is not enough, they became a national zero-waste organisation that helps local communities, event organisers and tourism service providers take steps towards waste prevention.

Making the commitment to become a “low-waste event” is part of our overall effort to reduce the environmental impact of our organisation. This also includes encouraging the use of public transport and train travel instead of flying, reducing print runs of our festival materials, reusing equipment, and working with partners that provide organic and local products.