Love is All You Need - Film by the Sea 2012The complete programme of Film by the Sea 2014 will be online on 1 September 2014. From that moment on, all tickets will be for sale. You can buy tikets via this website, CineCity Vlissingen and Terneuzen and De Drvkkery in Middelburg.

Tickets for several special premieres and special events will be on sale at an earlier stage. You can find info on these tickets here when we start selling them. 

Free tickets and film vouchers

During the festival you can exchange your Film by the Sea film voucher for a valid entrance ticket at the counters of CineCity Vlissingen and Terneuzen. In order to prevent disappointment, we advise you to make your reservations as soon as possible. 1 September the full programme will be on the website and from this date onwards you can reserve tickets for all screenings.

When a show costs more than € 9.50 your film voucher or free ticket will give you a € 9.50 discount on the total amount.

Please note that you cannot use vouchers for online purchases.

Film by the Sea throughout the year

Besides the festival, Film by the Sea provides weekly movies on Sunday - Wednesday in Film by the Sea throughout the year. Tickets for these movies cost € 9,00 as well.


The CineCity reservation phone can be reached by dialling +31(0)900 - 24 63 24 89. Please note that it is in Dutch.


During the festival, most food and beverages can be bought with tokens. In a limited number of places (such as the Cine Café) you can also pay with euros. Tokens of previous editions can not be used anymore.

All prices mentioned on this page include VAT.


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