Tickets for the biggest cinematic showcase in the city are officially on sale.
Manchester International Film Festival is returning for its sixth edition as the best industry talent congregate for 170 screenings in one location: Odeon Cinema in Great Northern.
Film lovers from across the world are flocking to Manchester for a week-long celebration of new and classic cinema from March 7-15 - and demand is expected to be high.
Here's everything you need to know about getting tickets.
Some screenings are almost guaranteed to sell out, so if there's a movie you've got your eye on, be sure to reserve your space as soon as possible.
MANIFF is also offering five-film and ten-film passes to the festival - which offer you access to a mixture of screenings (or multiple tickets to the same movie) for a lower price.
The five-film passes are just £27 (working out at £5.40 per movie), whilst the ten-film tickets are £49 (which is a brilliant £4.90 per film).
However, the Full Festival Pass promises the best value for money.
At £89, this all-in-one ticket ensures entry to any screening, panel, workshop or party taking place across the entire festival - meaning you're free to watch as many movies as you can, learn about their production, and then mingle with the stars afterwards.
Concession discounts are available on all film passes - with more information available on the MANIFF passes page.
Some massive names will appear on screen and in person throughout the festival, with the likes of Simon Pegg, Juno Temple, Emily Mortimer and Maxine Peake all involved in movies at MANIFF 2020.