As a human rights film festival, NIHRFF recognizes the right of every individual to participate in culture and political-social discourse and aims to facilitate access to the festival for all people.
Wheel Chair Accessibility
All NIHRFF venues are wheelchair accessible and have wheelchair accessible restrooms.
Detailed information on accessibility of our venues:
NIHRFF for deaf and hard of hearing people
Many of our films have German subtitles. We are also able to offer specially adapted subtitles with audio descriptions for two films. In addition, our opening ceremony will be interpreted in German sign language. We offer videos in German sign language on general information about the festival and a few films on our website.
NIHRFF for blind people
Unfortunately we cannot offer any films with audio description at the moment.
People with low income
Holders of the Nuremberg Pass are granted free admission to NIHRFF, as well as refugees.
A special reservation is not necessary.
For individual tickets, simply come to the box office.
The festival pass (valid for the entire festival and all film screenigs) is available at the festival office.