The festival spans over 7 days and consists of 35 documentaries. In addition to films, the program includes a large number of debates, performances, seminars and talks.

NOTE: There are no commercials before our screenings, so be on time!



All documentaries are either in English or subtitled in English.



The information stand is open at following times:

Tuesday March 6th, 16:00 – 18:00
Wednesday March 7th, 10:00 – 15:00
Thursday March 8th, 16:00 – 23:00
Friday March 9th, 16:00 – 23:00
Saturday March 10th, 12:00 – 22:30
Sunday March 11th, 12:00 – 22:00
Monday March 12th, 17:00 – 22:00
Tuesday March 13th, 17:00 – 23:00

Tuesday March 6th, 16:00-18:00
Wednesday March 7th, 18:00-20:00
Thursday March 8th, 17:00 – 21:00
Friday March 9th, 17:00 – 22.00
Saturday March 10th,16:30 – 22:00
Sunday March 11th, 13:00 – 22:00
Monday March 12th, 14:30 – 22:00
Tuesday March 13th, 17:00 – 22:00



Tickets are sold at Cinemateket, Klingenberg kino, Litteraturhuset and Kunstnernes Hus every day during opening hours, or available through the different venues’ websites, which you can find below.

All events are open to everyone above the age of 15.

Ticket prices:
100 NOK
50 NOK for students

All events at Debattscenen and Caféteateret are free.


At Cinemateket and Klingenberg it is important that you show up on time: ten minutes after the screening starts we start to fill empty seats with people who didn’t get a ticket, and are standing in the rush line.

That means if you have a ticket, you still lose your seat after ten minutes if the screening is full.

It also means that if you arrive to a sold-out show, you can get a number and wait in a rush line until we fill up empty seats.




Cinemateket is our main festival venue and with its state of the art equipment provides Norway’s best cimena experince. Here you’ll find one of the festivals infostands.

Here you’ll find:

  • Tancred
  • Lillebil
  • Debattscenen

The Film Café at Cinemateket will be open all days during the festival, and offers humane festival prices.

Dronningens gt. 16,



For the seventh time in a row Kunstplass organises the Human IDFF’s Festival Exhibition,

Tordenskiolds gate 12 ( entrance from Rosenkrantz gate),



Oslo’s oldest cinema has showed films since 1938. The opening film will be screeed at Klingenberg 1. Here you’ll also find one of the festivals infostands.

Olav V’s gate 4,



Café, bar and culture venue, run by Nordic Black Theatre.

Hollendergata 8,

Tickets are sold only at the entrance.



Europe’s biggest literature house houses a café, a bookstore and several different stages. The festival events will be held at the main stage Wergeland, which is located on the ground floor.

Wergelandsveien 29,



Norway’s biggest artist-run art space showing Norwegian and international contemporary art. In the fall of 2016, Kunstnernes Hus got its own cinema.

Wergelandsveien 17,



Oslos new culture house in Vika.

Munkedamsveien 17,



Culture house and sports pub.

Vulkan 26,



Sami culture house.

Dronningensgate 8b,



Culture house with six stages in the former building of Christiania Sparebank.

Øvre Slottsgate 3,