Practical Information

Festival dates

The dates for this year's Oslo Pix Film Festival are from August 26th to September 1st, 2024. The festival is located in Grünerløkka, Oslo. Festival screenings will mainly be at Vega Scene and Ringen Kino, in addition to selected screenings at other locations in the area.


The full festival program will be available on our program site closer to the festival dates. We also have a printed festival guide that will be available at our exhibition venues. 

Submit a film

If you want to submit your film for consideration for Oslo Pix Film Festival, send an email directly to Head of Programming, Johanne Svendsen Rognlien, at [email protected].

Create your own festival program

You can mark all the films in the program here on the website with the heart symbol and create your own schedule that you'll find under «My Films». This way, you can plan a personal festival program so you can watch all the films you want to see. You need to create a user account linked to your email to save the schedule.

Our Screening Venues

Our Cinemas

Ringen Kino

Sannergata 6D

Open: Weekdays 11:30 - 21:30 / Weekend: 11:00 - 21:30

Access: Bus to Sannergata or tram to Birkelunden/Biermanns gate.

Vega Scene

Hausmannsgate 28

Open Monday to Sunday: 11:00 - 21:00.

Access: Subway to Grønland, bus to Kulturkirken Jakob, or tram to Lilletorget.

Other Venues

Schous Plass // Deichman Grünerløkka

From Monday to Thursday during the festival, we will have free outdoor screenings at Schous Plass, right outside Deichman Grünerløkka. There will be screenings for preschoolers in the midday, seniors in the early afternoon, family films in the late afternoon, and films for adults in the evening.

More information about the outdoor cinema program will be released later.

Paulus kirke

Access: Bus stop Sannergata. The nearest tram stop is Birkelunden.

Ticket Categories

The prices below apply to the 2023 edition of the festival and may therefore change for Oslo Pix Film Festival in 2024.

Group Discount

If you plan to buy more than 10 tickets for the same screening, you will receive a group discount of 20%.

Screenings at Vega Scene: You can purchase tickets with a group discount directly through Vega Scene's website.

Screenings at Ringen: Please contact [email protected] to purchase tickets with a group discount, or buy them at the box office at Ringen.

How to get tickets?

Tickets for film screenings can be purchased on the websites of Vega Scene and Nordisk Film Kino. It is also possible to buy tickets at the ticket counter at Ringen Kino and Vega Scene.

In the film descriptions, you will find an overview of the screening times for the film you want to see. Choose the time that suits you. Here is a direct link to Vega Scene or Ringen Kino. The actual ticket purchase is made at the cinema where the screening takes place.

Refunds or exchange of tickets

If you wish to exchange or refund tickets, you must do so directly with the cinema from which you purchased the ticket. Purchased tickets are generally not refundable, but you can exchange them for a different screening if done in advance. This must be done in person at the exhibition venue.

If you want to know more, take a look at the refund and exchange policies on the websites of Vega Scene and Nordisk Film Kino.

Refund and exchange for those with a festival pass

If you have a festival pass, we kindly request that you exchange your ticket if you're not going to use it. This way, others can have the pleasure of using your seat. Many of our screenings may sell out, and we don't want to have empty seats in sold-out screenings.


There are unnumbered seats during this year's festival. That means you can sit wherever you like in the auditorium when you arrive. It also makes it easy to attend the festival with friends without having to buy tickets simultaneously.

Age Limits

All films screened during Oslo Pix have age limits. You can read about them on the film pages on our program site. Parents can bring children that are up to three years younger than the age limit on films screened 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 Medietilsynet.

Digital festival pass

Watch as many films as you want during this year's festival. There are only 150 festival passes available.

How do I use my festival pass?

With the festival pass, you can order tickets both at the ticket counter at the cinema you are planning to watch the film at, and online. Note that you can only pick up tickets for screenings at Vega Scene at Vega, and only tickets for screenings at Nordisk Film Kino at Ringen.

When collecting tickets at the cinema, all you have to do is to order the ticket at the ticket counter and show the employees your festival pass.

When collecting tickets online you do this in the following way:

Vega Scene

  1. Choose screening.

  2. Choose the ticket category «Oslo Pix Festivalpass» and choose 1 ticket.

  3. In the field «Kupong» you type in the 3-digit code belonging to Vega Scene.

  4. After this, type in the 4-digit pin code belonging to Vega Scene.

  5. Enter your phone number, name, and email address.

  6. Complete the transaction

  7. You will then receive a text message with a link to a mobile ticket for the screening. You have to present the mobile ticket upon arrival for the screening.

Nordisk film kino

  1. Choose screening.

  2. Choose the ticket category «Standard voksen» and choose 1 ticket.

  3. Click the «Løs inn»-button below «Rabatter».

  4. In the «Kode» field copy/type the whole code for Nordisk Film Kino, including PIX (ex.: PIX1234567891234).

  5. Then click «Neste».

  6. Log in to your user account/click «Fortsett som gjest» and type in your phone number, name, and email address.

  7. Complete the transaction.

  8. You will then receive a text message with a link to a mobile ticket for the screening. You have to present the mobile ticket upon arrival for the screening.

For screenings at other screening locations, there are special rules. See the specific screenings for instructions.

The festival pass is personal and gives free access to all the films during the festival, but tickets have to be collected before the screenings. Screenings may be sold out, so it can be a good idea to book tickets well in advance. It is only possible to collect one ticket per screening.

if you have a festival pass and can’t come to a screening you have booked tickets for we encourage you to return the ticket to the cinema. In this way, someone else will have the opportunity to take your place. Many of our screenings are sold out, and we do not wish to have empty seats at sold-out screenings.

You can only retrieve one ticket per screening and the festival pass can only be used by one person.

If you have any questions, please email us at [email protected].


All the festival cinemas are wheelchair accessible. Contact the cinemas directly if you have any questions.


The films at the festival are either in English with no subtitles, subtitled in Norwegian, or in English. Detailed information about the subtitle language for each film is provided on the individual film page on our program site.


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Other questions? Contact us on [email protected].