Tickets & Info
Tickets to select screenings, full festival tickets and punch cards will be for sale from October 19. Tickets to the entire program are available from October 27.
SINGLE TICKET: 115 kr
PUNCH CARD (5 CLIPS): 460 kr
FULL FESTIVAL TICKET: 1050 kr
FULL FESTIVAL TICKET STUDENT: 600 kr
OTHER TICKET CATEGORIES
OPENING/ CLOSING FILM: 135 kr
KULTURKIRKEN JAKOB: 135 kr
MEMBERS OF CINEMATEKET: 80 kr
Only valid for single tickets from Cinemateket.
TICKETS FOR BARNAS SØRFILM AT CINEMATEKET: 40 kr, 20 kr for members of Barnas Cinematek.
WHERE TO GET FULL FESTIVAL TICKETS AND OTHER TICKETS
Full Festival Tickets and punch cards can be bought at Vika, Saga, Klingenberg and Cinemateket from October 19. A valid student I.D. must be presented when purchasing a Full Festival Ticket with student discount. Student passes are therefore not available online.
Single tickets to select screenings can be bought online or in the cinema where the film will be shown.
Online ticket sales are active from October 27.
HOW TO USE THE FULL FESTIVAL TICKET
The Full Festival Ticket gives free entrance to all films during the festival. Tickets to individual screenings must be booked beforehand and there is a possibility that some screenings will be sold out. It is not possible to get tickets to films that are showing simultaneously. The Full Festival Ticket is personal and must have a legible signature. Both the Full Festival Ticket and the ticket for the individual screening are required when entering the cinema. Violating the terms will result in forfeiture of the Full Festival Ticket. Full Festival Tickets are sold in limited edition.
HOW TO USE THE PUNCH CARD
The punch card consists of five clips which can be used on any film during the festival. Tickets must be picked up before the screening in the ticket booth of the cinema where the film will be shown and cannot be reserved online. The punch card is personal and must have a legible signature. Both the punch card and the individual ticket must be shown when entering the screening.
HOW TO PURCHASE TICKETS
The Full Festival Ticket and punch card can be bought at Vika, Saga, Klingenberg and Cinemateket. A valid student I.D. must be shown when purchasing a Full Festival Ticket with a student discount.
Individual tickets to screenings in Vika Kino are available in the cinema’s ticket booth or here.
Individual tickets to screenings in Klingenberg Kino are available in the cinema’s ticket booth or here.
Individual tickets to screenings in Cinemateket can be bought in Cinemateket’s ticket counter or here.
Individual tickets to Kunstnernes Hus Kino can be bought in Kunstnernes hus’ ticket booth or here.
Tickets to the exclusive screening of Tokyo Vampire Hotel in Kulturkirken Jakob on Thurday, November 16., can be bought here. Remaining tickets are sold at the door.
The exclusive screening of Ramen Heads in Vippa on Saturday, November 11., is open to the public and tickets will not be for sale. Show up well in advance to secure a seat.
ORDER TICKETS ONLINE WITH THE FULL FESTIVAL TICKET
Full Festival Ticket holders can book tickets to Vika and Klingenberg Kino online. Use the code on the back of the Full Festival Ticket for online booking. This is how you do it:
- Select a screening
- Select ticket category «FFS Festivalpass» and the desired amount of tickets (only one ticket for each Full Festival Ticket)
- Type in the entire code on the back of the Full Festival Ticket (FFS + 13 digits).
- Type in cell phone number, name and e-mail
- Complete the transaction
- You will receive an SMS with a link to your ticket. The ticket’s QR-code must be shown when entering the screening room.
For screenings in Cinemateket or Kunstnernes Hus Kino it is not possible to book tickets online using the Full Festival Ticket, all tickets must be collected from the ticket counter.
Ruseløkkveien 14, Vika
Open: Weekdays 15.00 – 22.00 / 12.30 – 22.00
Vika Cinema has a minimum age limit of 18 years due to the serving of alcohol. Underaged individuals are still welcome to watch films as long as they are accompanied by an adult and the film’s age limit is complied.
Olav Vs gate 4, Nationaltheatret
Open: Weekdays 15.30 – 21.15 / Weekends: 15.00 – 21.15
The cinema opens one hour before senior screenings during the festival.
FILMENS HUS / CINEMATEKET
Dronningens gate 16, Kvadraturen
Open: Weekdays 10.00 – until the beginning of the last screening/ Saturday 12.00 – until the beginning of the last screening / Sunday 13.00 – until the beginning of the last screening. The film-café is open during the opening hours of Filmens Hus and will be serving a special menu with discounts on food and beverages during the festival.
All screenings have unnumbered seating, so we recommended you come early. The good news is that you and your friends can buy tickets separately and still sit together during the film.
All films start on time.
All films shown during Films from the South have age limits. You can read about them in our festival magazine and on www.filmfrasor.no. Parents can bring children that are up to three years younger than the age limit on films shown during the festival. The minimum age limit of 18 years is however absolute and not subject to exemptions.
Information about age limits in general can be found at www.medietilsynet.no
You can find information about which language the films’ subtitles are in on the Films from the South website, www.filmfrasor.no, and in the movie reviews in our festival magazine.
Films from the South retain the right to change the program during the festival. Changes will be announced immediately in our cinemas and on our website and Facebook-page.
Films from the South’s information-stands will be present in all our cinemas during the festival. Here, our volunteers will help you pick and choose between this year’s festival films and answer any practical questions you may have about the festival.
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