155 Newlands Rd, Coburg North VIC 3058 – map
Tickets can only be purchased online through the CaSFFA website: http://casffa.com.au/ or Village Cinemas Coburg Drive-In website: https://villagecinemas.com.au/experiences/drive-in
Tickets to all sessions can be purchased either by car load or by individual tickets.
- Carload: $30
- Adult $15
- Concession* $12.50
*For under 18’s, students, seniors and holders of pensioner or health care cards.
Gates for all sessions will open 8:45pm and we recommend you arrive early to settle in and find the best viewing spot.
Further information can be found on the Village Cinemas Coburg Drive-In website: https://villagecinemas.com.au/experiences/drive-in?tab=about and in our FAQs document
To access films from our online festival selection, sessions can be purchased and viewed on-demand here.
Individual film: $5
*7 day rental, 48 hour playback window. Once rented, your film will be available in your account for 7 days. Once you press play, the watch window begins and you have 48 hours to watch the film as many times as you like.
All CaSFFA venues are wheelchair-accessible. All films with dialogue will be screened with English subtitles.
Audio is heard through your car radio by tuning into the frequency listed at the field the film is being screened in. If your car radio is not working, you may borrow one from the drive-in. Please arrive early and ensure you bring your driver’s licence if this is required.
In partnership with Village Cinemas Coburg Drive-In, we have made all attempts to make this event Covid-safe. This includes only being able to purchase tickets online. Village Cinemas Coburg Drive-In has limits on the number of people that can enter the bathrooms and Diner at any one time, and also offer a Diner-App which allows you to order food and drink from your car and it will be delivered to the car. While you are not required to wear masks while in your car, please place them on when receiving food.
Films are restricted to ages 18 plus, 15 plus, or are unrestricted (open to all ages), per their ratings in this program. Note that M and PG are official Classification Board ratings, with films rated M not recommended for people below 15, although no legal restrictions apply, and films rated PG also having no legal restrictions, although parents are encouraged to make a judgment call.