We’ll meet in cinema!
Shortly before the start of the Festival, individual screenings are possible now in cinemas. We use this opportunity to present some highlights from our programme on the big screen. From 16. – 20. June the Festival offers six screenings in Dortmund’s traditional cinema Schauburg. This means that Dortmunders can see films in the cinema even before the nationwide opening.
The programme includes Quo vadis, Aida?, Petite Maman and The Man Who Sold His Skin,– all three part of the International Feature Film Competition – the documentary Becoming Animal (Focus »The Connection: Between Plants, Humans and Other Animals«) and the Double Feature of Gendernauts & Genderation as part of the section desired! film lust & queer. The double feature will be presented in the presence of director Monika Treut.
You may find the exact dates (date & time) of the screenings via the timetable or on the corresponding filmpages (see links above). Please Note: Almost all films will be available online on our VoD-Platform.
You can’t book tickets for the particular screenings at Schauburg online. You can reserve tickets in advance by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or buy them at the box office for € 8 / € 7 (*reduced price). Reserved tickets must be picked up 30 minutes before the start of the screening. The official pandemic rules apply to all screenings in the cinema: Entry is possible for fully vaccinated or recovered people or after presenting a valid corona test that is not older than 24 hours.
*Pupils, students, trainees and graduates of voluntary military service and federal voluntary services; Seniors from 65 years of age; holders of the Dortmund Pass.
(Photo: Filmstill Petite Maman)