New Ticketing System

We’re excited to announce the arrival of a new online ticketing system that will offer options to print-at-home or to send an e-ticket to your mobile device, so that moviegoers can skip the line at the box office.

Starting August 21, all ticketing will go through our new system, Agile Ticketing Solutions, and before then select upcoming shows and special events are available on the new system:

CRIME + PUNISHMENT, with Q&As with dir. Stephen Maing, the NYPD12 and executive producer Laura Poitras (Citizenfour)

SUPPORT THE GIRLS, with Q&As with director Andrew Bujalski, plus a special screening of a brand-new 35mm print of Bujalski’s 2013 cult classic COMPUTER CHESS – never before on film!

PICK OF THE LITTER, with Q&As with filmmakers and one of the film’s star guide dogs

BLAZE, including Q&As with director Ethan Hawke, co-writer Sybil Rosen & star Benjamin Dickey

HAL, a new documentary about legendary filmmaker Hal Ashby, plus a 7-film Ashby retrospective, with Q&As with director Amy Scott & actress Lee Grant, Oscar-winning star of Ashby’s Shampoo

BAD REPUTATION, including sneak-preview screenings with subject Joan Jett in person

When you click a link to purchase tickets through the new system, you’ll be taken to an Agile Ticketing Solutions webpage. The system will prompt you to set up an account by creating a username and password. Current IFC Center members have also received an email with a new member number so they can access member benefits through the new ticketing system–if you’re a member and haven’t received your new member number, please email

Ticketing for showtimes through August 20 remains on the current platform.

And of course, tickets are still available to purchase in-person at our box office.

Additional information on the new ticketing system can be found on our FAQ page.

IFC Center does not generally provide advisories about subject matter or potentially triggering content in films, as sensitivities vary from person to person. In addition to the synopses, trailers and other links on our website, further information about content and age-appropriateness for specific films can be found on Common Sense Media, IMDb and as well as through general internet searches.