The full festival program is available on our program site. Many films are only digitally available on our screening platform, while some of the films will be screened exclusively in cinemas during the festival.
Screening schedule and ticket sale for cinema screenings and links to digital screenings is available on the information page of each film.
Create your own festival program
You can mark all the films in the program on the website with the heart symbol and create your own program under «My Films». Here, you can add both cinema screenings and digital screenings. You need to create a user account to save the program.
There is also a "My list" function on our digital platform. N.B: This list is only available on the digital platform.
Experience Oslo Pix from your own living room!
This year, Oslo Pix will be a digital festival, and the festival dates have been extended to May 31–June 10. You'll find the digital screening platform here.
The complete digital film program is available to rent on our digital platform. When you have rented a film, you can start playing it whenever you want during the festival. Some of the films will have a shorter screening window.
N.B: The film is available to watch for 24 hours after you have first started playing it.
The price per film is 79,-.
You will find digital events and conversations on the digital platform. Some events will also be streamed live from our facebook page.
We want it to be as easy as possible to watch films during the festival, and have developed a festival app! The app is called "Oslo Pix 2021" and can be downloaded from Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
With the app you can easily stream the festival films. All you have to do is create an account on our digital platform and rent the films you want to watch. The films must be rented on the digital festival platform – the app can only be used for streaming.
When you have rented a film, log in to the app and you'll be able to stream the film on your phone, on your ipad or on your TV. To stream films from the app to your TV, you must use either Airplay or Chromecast. Tap the film you want to play and you'll see an Airplay or Chromecast icon in the corner of the screen.
Tap the icon – the movie should now appear on your TV.
Finally, we got the message we had been waiting for: the cinemas in Oslo are opening before Oslo Pix! This means that we will be screening several of of this year's films in the cinema. Take a look at the section Cinema screenings in this year's festival program – these are the films that you will be able to see on the big screens at Vega Scene and Vika Cinema during the festival.
Open: Weekdays 16:30–22:00 / Weekend 14:30–22:00.
Transport: Train, subway, bus or tram to Nationaltheatret.
The doors open 30 minutes before the first screening – see program schedule.
Transport: Subway to Grønland, bus to Jakob kirke, tram to Lilletorget.
Ticket Categories and Prices
SINGLE TICKET: 150 kr.
STUDENT TICKET: 130 kr.
«VEGAVENN»: 130 kr. Discount only available at Vega Scene.
How to get tickets?
Due to covid-19, tickets to the screenings should be bought online. It will be possible to buy tickets at the cinema where the screening is held, but we strongly recommend that you purchase your tickets online.
Follow the ticket links on each film’s page to be directed to the cinemas’ websites.
Refunds or exchange of tickets
We follow the cinemas’ guidelines for refund and exchange of tickets. Questions regarding this can be directed to the individual cinema.
Due to covid-19, there will be numbered seats at almost all of our screening venues. In those places where there are not numbered seats, you will be escorted to your seat by the cinema staff.
To reduce the risk of infection, we recommend that everyone who is not in the same household, buy tickets separately so that you are placed at a good distance in the cinema hall. If you are in the same household, you can buy tickets together and sit next to each other.
The Oslo Festival Agency (Stiftelsen Festivalkontoret) takes infection prevention seriously at all our festivals Films from the South, Oslo Pix and Arab Film Days, as well as our other events. We work closely with the responsible organizers, cinemas and venues who screen our films. It is safe to attend film festivals!
Stay home if you have respiratory symptoms, fever, cough, headache, decreased sense of smell or taste, muscle aches, sore throat or if you feel sick in general. Stay at home if you have been abroad during the last 10 days (in "red" areas) or have had close contact with someone who has been confirmed with covid-19 or a member of your family is likely to have covid-19.
Distance between seats
All our venues follow the authorities' order for distance, and you will therefore be placed with distance to other audiences. If you want to sit together and are in the same cohort, you must order tickets together. We ask that you sit in your assigned seat.
Extra time is added between each screening to disinfect the cinema hall.
Extra time is added between each screening to avoid congestion in foyers, kiosks, etc. Remember that you are responsible to keep distance to others, at least two meters.
All participants in a screening or event must register with contact information upon buying the tickets. The cinemas and venues will store the contact information for 10 days. This information will not be stored by Oslo Pix/ Festivalkontoret.
We kindly ask you to purchase tickets online, to avoid crowding at the cinemas. Together we contribute to a safe festival!
Follow general safety measures
- If you feel unwell or have respiratory symptoms, stay home.
- Wash your hands often and use disinfectant where available.
- Keep at least 2 meter distance from others at all times.
- Use a paper towel or your elbow hook when you need to cough or sneeze.
- Wear a face mask at all times when accessing our venues.
The covid-19 regulations are available in Norwegian here.
Information on the measurements taken at each of our venues (in Norwegian):
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.
All the festival cinemas are wheelchair accessible. Contact the cinemas directly if you have any questions.
You can find information about each film’s subtitles on the film page on our program site.
Due to covid-19, you may experience that our volunteers may not always be present at all times, but we will strive to keep the information online and at the cinemas up to date.
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Other questions? Contact us on (+47) 92 32 96 56 or [email protected].