Films From the South 2024 will take place 9th – 17th of November, across select venues in central Oslo. Follow our website and our Facebook page for film announcements and more information about this year's festival.

Create your personal festival programme

Mark films in the programme with the heart symbol and create a personal schedule in «My Films».

N.B: You will need to create a user connected to your email address to save your schedule.

Screening Locations

Vika Kino

Ruseløkkveien 14

Open: Mon-Fri 4.30pm - 10pm / Saturday 1pm - 10pm, Sunday noon - 10pm.

Arrival: Train, subway, bus and tram to Nationaltheatret.

Vika Kino's home page


Dronningens gate 16

Open: Weekdays from 10.00 / Saturday from 12.00 / Sunday from 13.00.

Stenger ved siste forestillingsstart. 

Arrival: Walking distance from Oslo S, buss from Kvadraturen or tram to Dronningens gate.

Cinemateket's home page

Vega Scene

Hausmannsgate 28

Open: Mon–Sun from  11am - 9pm.

For festival pass pick-up: Between 5pm - 9pm on weekdays; between 1pm - 9pm on weekends. 

Arrival: Subway to Grønland, bus to Jakob kirke or tram to Nybrua.

Vega Scene's home page

Cosmopolite Scene

Vogts gate 64

Arrival: Bus 20 to Torshovsgata and bus 30 to Torshovparken; Tram line 11, 12 og 18 to Torshov; Subway, nearest stop Storo and Carl Berner.

Cosmopolite Scene's home page


Ticket categories and prices

The prices below apply to the 2023 edition of the festival and may therefore change for Films from the South 2024.

For screenings at Cosmopolite there are other prices. For more information, check the film pages. 

Discount for groups

Did you know that if you are more than 10 people who are planning to see a film at Vega Scene or Nordisk Film Kino, you can buy tickets at a 20% discount?

For group tickets at Vega Scene

For group tickets at Vika, Ringen or Symra

Seating assignment

The tickets for Films from the South are not numbered. This means you can sit wherever you want when you arrive. This also makes it easier to go to the festival with friends without buying tickets at the same time.

Festival Pass

Watch as many films as you would like at this year's festival. There are only 150 passes available.

Price: 1475 kr

Information about the festival pass

Physical festival pass pick-up

The physical festival passes can be picked up in the ticket counter at Vega Scene within the opening hours of the cinema. Remember to bring your receipt of purchase!

Opening hours Vega Scene for festival pass pick-up:

Monday to Friday: 17.00 - 21.00

Saturday and Sunday: 13.00 - 21.00

How to reserve tickets

With the festival pass you can order tickets both in 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 Vika, Symra or Ringen.

When collecting tickets at the cinema, all you have to do is to order the ticket in 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 «Film fra Sør 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 1ticket.

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

  4. In the «Kode» field copy/type the whole code for Nordisk Film Kino, including FFS (ex.: FFS1234567891234).

  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 the National Museum and Cosmopolite there are special rules. See the specific screenings for instructions.

Use of festival pass

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.

Refunds or exchange of tickets

We follow the cinemas’ guidelines for refund and exchange of tickets. Contact the cinemas:

Vega Scene

Nordisk Film Kino

Cinemateket i Oslo

Cosmopolite Scene

Age limits

All films screened at Films from the South have age limits. You can read about them on the film pages on our programme site. 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. Most films at the festival are subtitled in English except for a few exceptions. 

Further information

The Films from the South Festival will have information stands 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. 

Follow #filmfrasor on social media:
Instagram: @filmfrasor

Do you have any questions? Contact us at [email protected].