In collaboration with Jameson



1.  What is QFT?

QFT stands for Queen's Film Theatre, Northern Ireland's foremost independent cinema located at Queen's University in Belfast.


2.  What sort of films does it show?

QFT shows the very best in new and classic world cinema.  QFT was the first cinema in Northern Ireland to install a digital projector, meaning that we can now screen state-of-the-art high definition digital films as well as standard celluloid films.

3.  How do I book tickets?

You can book tickets in one of three ways - through this website, in person at QFT or by telephone on 028 90971097 after 6pm.  For further information, please click here.

4.  Where is QFT located?

QFT is located at 20 University Square, Belfast.  The QFT entrance faces the one-way street which runs along the north side of the Queen's University Lanyon Building, from University Road to Botanic Avenue  A map of our location and parking information is available here.

5.  What are the opening hours of QFT?

QFT is open seven days a week, from 6pm until late. The Jameson Bar at QFT opens late from Thursday-Saturday inclusive. 

6.  How do I purchase a QFT film card?

The QFT Film Card is a new way of supporting Northern Ireland's foremost independent cinema. With such a fantastic range of benefits, what better time to come and enjoy the very best in new and classic cinema at QFT?

Buy online by clicking here. Please note it is best to logon first to the QFT website or create a new account.

7.  Can I hire the QFT for business or leisure use?

Yes, the QFT is available for daytime hire during the week and at weekends (subject to availability).  Capacities of the various rooms for hire are as below.  For further information and booking enquiries, please click here

  • Screen 1: Capacity 220
  • QFT Screen 2: Capacity 88
  • QFT Foyer: Capacity 120
  • Seminar Room: Capacity 30-40

8.  Are there workshop and training opportunities available?

Yes, QFT runs an Education and Outreach programme, including film talks and discussions, introduced screenings, workshops and short courses for all ages, as well as a comprehensive programme of screenings and workshops for primary and post-primary schools. 

9.  Is QFT accessible to people with disabilities?

Yes - please click here for further details.  Please also note that QFT runs Access screenings featuring audio enhancement, audio description and on-screen captioning - for further information, please click here.

10.  Feedback and suggestions

We are always happy to hear your feedback and suggestions regarding QFT - whether positive or negative!  Please email your comments to Ciara O'Connor Press and Marketing Officer -

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QFT Programme December 2015

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