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VIP Pass: $270

VIP Pass: $270

All-Inclusive 7-Day Pass:
1 evening in Stamford, CT
3 evenings in Manhattan
and 3-Day week-end in Greenwich, CT
All movies, Q&A and parties included

Greenwich Opening Night Pass: $125

Greenwich Opening Night Pass: $125

1 evening:
Premiere @ Bow-Tie Cinema
preceded by a Gourmet Cocktail

6 Tickets Package: $80

6 Tickets Package: $80

Buy 6 tickets, get $10 OFF
Valid on screenings in Greenwich, CT
during the week end: Sat. + Sun.

Single Ticket: $15

Single Ticket: $15

1 movie ticket:
Valid on screenings in Greenwich, CT
during the week end: Sat. + Sun.
(special rate for children under 12 yrs)

FULL TIME Students

FULL TIME Students

special rate for
FULL TIME matriculated students with ID
in Greenwich, at the door
during the week end: Sat. + Sun.

Greenwich Pass: $210

Greenwich Pass: $210

3-Day Pass:
Includes all events in Greenwich, CT:
Opening Night & cocktail,
20+ screenings, Q&As and events
Champagne with celebrities

Evening @ Avon Theatre: $15

Evening @ Avon Theatre: $15

1 evening
Pre-Opening Screening
& Champagne Reception

Evening @ FIAF: $30-40

Evening @ FIAF: $30-40

1 evening
New York Kickoff, Premiere & Party

Evening @ LFNY: $35

Evening @ LFNY: $35

1 evening
at Lycée Français de New York
Film, Q&A and Cocktail


Gateway to New England and jewel of Fairfield County’s ” Gold Coast”, Greenwich, Connecticut is one of the most beautiful communities in America. Throughout the country, “Greenwich” has become synonymous with “wealth” and “success”.  Gracing the shore of Long Island Sound just 30 miles from downtown Manhattan, Greenwich is well known for magnificent mansions, historic homes, beaches, islands, parks, museums, yacht clubs, riding trails, golf clubs, schools, libraries, restaurants and the famous “Greenwich Avenue”, an unforgettable shopping experience.
Click here to see what is happening in Greenwich during the festival weekend.

Parking in Greenwich, CT

Friday and Saturday: Greenwich Public Island Beach Lot between the theater & Arch Street Center; additional parking available behind the theater at the Greenwich Plaza Parking Garage (all levels) next to the Greenwich Train Station.

Where to eat?

Bistro V (+1 203.661.6634)

Meli-Melo (+1 203.422.5001)

Le Penguin (+1 203.717.1200)

Pain Quotidien (+1 212.359.9000)

Sundown Saloon (+1 203.629.8212)

Thai Basil (+1 203.618.9888)

Bella Nonna (+1 203.992.1887) 

Planet Pizza (+1 203.622.0999)

Mac Duff’s (+1 203.422.0563)

Plaza Restaurant (+1 203.622.9260) 

During the festival show your movie ticket at the above locations to receive a discount. Tax, alcohol and gratuity excluded.

More information on restaurants will be available at the Festival Concierge desk

Where to sleep?

Delamar Greenwich Harbor
500 Steamboat Road, Greenwich, CT 06830

At a walking distance to downtown Greenwich, the Greenwich Train Station and Bow Tie Cinemas, Delamar had teamed up with Focus on French Cinema 2016 to give our guests a special Cinema Package.

Accomodation, complimentary breakfast, transportation and champagne; more info at:

Other hotels include:

Hyatt Regency Greenwich

Homestead Inn (Relais & Chateaux)

What to do besides going to the film festival?

Discovering Greenwich, CT

Beaches: Greenwich Point & Byram Beach

Historic Places / Art Centers: Old Greenwich, Putnam Cottage, Bush Holley Historic Site, Bruce Museum


Greenwich Avenue, East Putnam Avenue, Lewis Street; Old Greenwich

More info at the following sites:  and (Greenwich Town site)

Any Questions?

Contact us at :
Phone: +1 203 629 23 01
Email: [email protected]


In Greenwich, CT

Criterion Cinemas at Greenwich Plaza
2 Railroad Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
Phone: (203) 629-1340

By train

The (Bow Tie) CRITERION CINEMAS AT GREENWICH PLAZA is right next to the Greenwich train station. And for New-Yorkers, The Greenwich train station is at a 45 min. train-ride from Grand Central Terminal.
For MTA Metro North Railroad schedule, click on the below logo.

Trains are very comfortable. Metro-North Railroad is second largest commuter railroad in the nation with an average weekday passengers of 289,340.

By car

Bow Tie Cinemas is seconds from I95 Exit 3 and is very close to the Merritt/Hutchinson Parkway & Route 1.
Follow signs for the Greenwich Train Station.

In Stamford, CT

Avon Theatre Film Center
272 Bedford St
Stamford, CT 06901
Phone:(203) 967-3660


fi:af – french institute alliance française
22 East 60th Street
Between Park & Madison Ave
New York, NY 10022

LFNY – Lycée Français de New York
505 E 75th St,
New York, NY 10021