25 & Under
£3 tickets for 16-25 year olds.
Calling all film fans aged 16-25! Enjoy £3 tickets for #BFIFlare screenings and events.
Get £3 tickets in advance for any of the below listed screenings (first come, first served).
During the Festival, simply visit the BFI Southbank box office 45 mins before start time with your ID.
One ticket per customer, subject to availability. Excludes Special Presentations.
Dir-Scr Sarah Fodey | Canada
A rich and compelling historical account which exposes more than four decades of governmental criminalisation of LGBTQ+ members of the Canadian armed forces.
Read more about The Fruit Machine
Dir-Scr Keith Behrman | Canada
The classic high-school coming-out story gets a smart revision in this sharply perceptive teen drama.
Read more about Giant Little Ones
Dir-Scr Frédéric Tcheng | USA-UK
Director Frédéric Tcheng (Dior and I) presents a lavish portrait of American fashion legend Halston, featuring rare archive footage and interviews with those who knew him.
Read more about Halston
Dir-Scr Gregor Schmidinger | Austria
A teenager is on a journey to discover himself in a coming-of-age tale that blends in horror to produce a film that isn’t for the faint-hearted.
Read more about Nevrland
Dir-Scr Jordan Schiele | USA-China
Jordan Schiele follows a closeted gay man as he negotiates traditional Chinese family life with his two disabled parents.
Read more about The Silk and the Flame
Dir Alex Moratto | Brazil
A teenage orphan is forced to grow up quickly in this captivating story of resilience in the face of hardship.
Read more about Socrates
Dir Gabriel Silverman, Fiona Dawson | USA
A glimpse into the lives of four soldiers who risk dismissal or demotion to fight for transgender rights in the US armed forces.
Read more about Transmilitary
Dir Michael Sparaga | Canada
A story of ordinary people and the television shows that they love so much they mounted massive campaigns to save them.
Read more about United We Fan
Dir-Scr Rodney Evans | Canada-Germany-USA
Gay filmmaker Rodney Evans explores his loss of sight and discovers artists who are blind or visually impaired, in a film of ravishing pleasures.
Read more about Vision Portraits
The most exciting home-grown talent is showcased in this wide-ranging collection of short films, exploring the queer experience in its myriad forms.
Read more about The Way Things Are
Get £3 tickets all year round
Our 25 & Under scheme offers £3 tickets at BFI Southbank to any film, any time. Find out more and sign up today!