WEFF Day Pass - Sat 6 August

WEFF Day Pass - Sat 6 August

Day Passes for West End Film Festival

Day passes for West End Film Festival are now available, and include one ticket to both sessions on the selected day.

You are currently on the page to purchase day passes to the Saturday 6 August sessions.

If you would like to purchase a day pass for the Friday 5 August sessions, please click here.
If you would like to purchase a ticket for a single session only, the Opening Night Gala or the WEFFY Awards, please click here.

How to use your day pass

Using your day pass is easy!
Step 1: 
Purchase your day pass/es. You will receive an email confirmation with your receipt which includes your 6-digit day pass code.
Step 2: 
On our website, make sure you are logged into your ticketing account.
Step 3: 
Navigate to the West End Film Festival booking page.
Step 4: 
If you are logged in, your day pass/es will appear as a ticket option on applicable sessions as 'WEFF Day Pass Redeem' - Select the number of day passes you have purchased and add to cart.  
If you are not logged in or do not see them in the ticket options, enter your 6-digit day pass code (found on your receipt), click validate and then add to cart.
Step 5: 
Do this for both sessions you are attending on your pass (eg. if you have a Saturday pass, you will need to do this for both Saturday sessions).
Step 6: 
Check out! You will receive an email confirmation containing your tickets for each session.

Have questions or need a hand? We're happy to help - Call us on 07 3002 7100 during office hours.

About West End Film Festival

West End Film Festival is an Australian short film competition held in one of Brisbane’s most vibrant communities, West End. WEFF was established in 2009 by a group of local film makers focused on supporting grassroots filmmaking, and continues to connect with this founding objective today. Forging relationships with local communities, and encouraging collaborations among artists, the festival highlights the importance of creativity and connection. WEFF has grown to be one of Brisbane’s most loved film festivals, celebrating the community, culture, and diversity that is uniquely West End. WEFF partners with local arts, cultural, educational and community organisations to contribute to an action packed program of screenings, workshops, panels, industry networking and free events.


Thursday 4 August 2022
5:45pm: Opening Night Gala including Screening
Help us bring in WEFF '22 with a bang! Join us for opening night celebrations and a taste of what's to come. Our Opening Night screening kicks off with a showcase of the best entries across a range of genres with notable highlights from First Nations filmmakers.

Friday 5 August 2022
6:30pm: Bringing the Drama Screening & QUT Low Budget Feature Filmmaking Panel
Bringing you the best in drama that short films have to offer. This screening is followed by a Panel Discussion: Challenges and opportunities in low budget filmmaking brought to you by Queensland University of Technology. Chaired by Dr Sue Cake, Screenwriting Lecturer at QUT, the panel includes Dr Sean Maher, Dr Phoeve Hart and Tony McGrath. Please note, this session is strictly 18+ only.
8:30pm: Let's Get Topical
Covering the most current and topical of issues with the best from our documentary and socio-political categories, plus some thought provoking dramas.

Saturday 6 August 2022
6:30pm: The Kids Are Ok
A selection of films from young and emerging filmmakers including animations, comedies and more.
8:30pm: Dance Music Dance!
From burlesque to experimental dance films and more we're bringing the music and the moves.

Sunday 7 August 2022
5:00pm: WEFFY Awards including Screening.
Join us in honouring the best in short film talent at the WEFFY Awards. Closing night celebrations include a screening of this year's winners across all 14 categories. You won't want to miss it! Please note, this session is strictly 18+ only.

Accessibility Note

Metro Arts' New Benner Theatre is wheelchair accessible. For tickets for patrons in a wheelchair, with accessibility needs and/or Companion Card holders, please call Metro Arts on 07 3002 7100 Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm to enquire or make your booking. Please be aware there are limited number of wheelchair spaces available per show.


Opening Night Gala: Contains Sexual References, Moderate Coarse Language, Supernatural Themes, and Horror.
Bringing the Drama: This session is strictly 18+. Contains Adult Themes, Violence, Nudity, Coarse Language, Sexual Activity, and Domestic Violence.
Let's Get Topical: Contains References to Drug Use, Adult Content, Sexual References, Sexual Activity, Adult Themes, Domestic Violence and Mild Violence.
The Kids Are Ok: Contains Coarse Language.
Dance Music Dance!: Contains Nudity and Adult Themes.
Closing Night: This session is strictly 18+May contain any of the above mentioned warnings.

COVID-19 Precautions 

We take the safety of our patrons, staff and artists seriously. Metro Arts will continue to follow the latest Qld Government's COVID-19 advice and requirements to keep our patrons, staff and artists safe. Please review our Terms and Conditions, in addition to Ferve's Terms and Conditions prior to purchasing tickets.

While masks are currently not mandated, they are still encouraged where socially distancing is not possible. Complimentary face masks are available at the Box Office. Find out more. If you are unwell, please refrain from attending events at Metro Arts and contact us at your earliest convenience.

If you have any questions, please contact Metro Arts.

Terms and Conditions

Pass is not transferable and is valid for one entry per session. Once your day pass has been purchased, you must then 'pre-book' the sessions you are attending on the pass. Refunds are not available for those who fail to select and pre-book their sessions after purchasing the day pass.