Single tickets are now out for sale!


Now there are a mere 7 days until the festival opens its doors in Fredrikstad, and to get you into the “animation mood” – yes, you heard that right, and it is certainly a thing – these next days we will present to you some of what the festival has to offer, so stay tuned!

Onwards from this Thursday, you will be able to buy single tickets for each of our events, if you are only interested in some of our program or have a limited time schedule.

Picture: From “This Magnificent Cake”

Ticket Booking

Single tickets can be purchased from October 18th, through Fredrikstad Kino sales channels.

HOWEVER: Free tickets to the festival’s competition program for children’s film can be picked up at Fredrikstad Kino (the one Cinema), and tickets to the screenings of Cow Hill (KuToppen), a total of 200 available, can be picked up at OBOS’ new offices in Storgata.

Festival pass holders do not need to get tickets in advance for each screening, but may enter the venues by showing their festival pass.


Industry Pass (entire festival, including seminars, screenings and events)
800 NOK

Student Pass (entire festival, including seminars, screenings and events)
450 NOK

Festival Pass (entire festival, screenings and events only, Thursday to Sunday)
400 NOK

Professional Day Pass
400 NOK
(Friday/Saturday including seminars, screenings and events)

Day Pass (Screenings and events only)
250 NOK
(On sale: Thursday/ Friday/ Saturday/ Sunday)

To enter the seminars   Animating and painting in VR, Disney: How tech can solve artistic challenges, Charatcher design and  New Nordic Animation you need a student- or Industry pass. Ordinary festival pass is valid for all other screening, talks and events.


Single Screenings
110 NOK

Children, Youth under 18, Seniors
75 NOK

Special Events (Opening, Award Ceremony, etc.)
150 NOK


Children’s Film Competition Programme

Breakfast Seminar

Meet The Future

Show Your Portfolio

Family Activities at Fredrikstad Kino

Award Ceremony – Children’s Film

Young Filmmakers