15. September: Outdoor cinema at Kulturnatt
Oslo Kulturnatt is Norway’s biggest one-day festival, and we are happy to be a part of it. We invite you, in cooperation with Vega scene, Arthaus, DogA and Pila, to a Japanese evening with an outdoor screening of Makoto Shinkai’s Your Name. Remember to bring a blanket, something warm to drink and good friends.
21. September: Films from the South at Elvelangs
Elvelangs offers visitors 100 cultural events lit up by 4000 torches all the way from Frysja to Vaterland. Films from the South is one of them. Stop by our stand and talk to us about this year’s festival.
29. September: Outdoor cinema at Schous plass + and info meeting for volunteers.
This year’s info meeting for volunteers. Get all the information you need and ask all the questions you want. The meeting is open for all. Sign up now if you already know that you want to be a volunteer. Fill in the registration form by clicking here (Only in Norwegian)
On the same evening, we will also be screening a film outdoors in cooperation with Deichmanske bibliotek, Grünerløkka, at Schous plass. Bring warm clothes, something warm to drink and good friends.
More info: TBA
1.October: Deadline to be a volunteer
October first is the deadline for signing up to be a volunteer at the festival. Read more here. (Only in Norwegian)
13.October: Selected tickets for sale
Tickets for selected films from the program, among them the opening- and closing films, are put out for sale. It is also possible to buy Full Festival Tickets and Vouchers at Klingenberg, Vika and Cinemateket, and on our website.
26. October: Release party
We will be celebrating that this year’s program (hopefully) has arrived safely from the printer. Come by, pick up a fresh magazine, check out the full program and dance with us.
27. October: All tickets available for purchase
You went to the release party. You read about all the interesting films on this year’s program. Now it’s time to buy tickets. From Oct. 27 all tickets will be in sale at Klingenberg, Vika and Cinemateket, and of course through our website as well.
9. November: And so it begins…
The festival kicks off on Nov. 9 and lasts until Nov. 19. The opening film is still a secret, but we can guarantee that it is going to be memorable. The 11-day long festival will be filled with films from all the southern corners of the world.
NB! Changes may occur.
Do you have any questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org