HUMAN International Documentary Film Festival is Oslo’s largest festival for Norwegian and International documentary film, and presents in addition a program focusing on current human rights issues.
The festival spans over 7 days, and includes two competition programs for International and Norwegian documentaries. In addition to several film sections, the program also includes a large number of debates, performances, seminars and Q&As.
All documentaries are either in English or subtitled in English.
You can choose between single event tickets, or a festival pass.
Tickets can be bought both online and at the venues.
More information will come.
VEGA Scene is the main festival venue, and has three brand new movie theaters, a salon for debates and Q&As, a theatre, and a café / bar.
Hausmanns gate 28-32
Cinemateket is our main festival venue, and with its state of the art equipment it provides Norway’s best cinema experience.
The Film Café at Cinemateket will be open all days during the festival, and offers humane festival prices.
Dronningens gt. 16
Tordenskjolds gate 12, entrance from Rosenkrantz gate.
For the seventh time Kunstplass organise the HUMAN IDFF exhibition
KHARTOUM BAR & CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER
Khartoum Contemporary Art Center (KCAC) is a non-profit conceptual arts initiative with focus on contemporary art and new media.
Bernt Ankers gate 17
For questions about and requests for press accreditation, write or call Kari at firstname.lastname@example.org/90133583
You’ll need to register as press to Kari@hrhw.no. When you have received a confirmation, you can pick up complimentary tickets (one per screening) from the festival info stand. The complimentary ticket has to be exchanged for a ticket for the specific screening in the ticket booth. Be advised that the screenings can sell out, so be there early.
For free and open events no tickets are needed. This includes all events at debattscenen. Free events are marked as such in the program.