Film programme

This year, for the first time, you can also stream films from the NIHRFF programme from home via the kino3 platform of Filmhaus Nürnberg. Almost all films from the programme can be watched online for 48 hours after the purchase.

Films are available from September 29, 9 p.m. until October 6, 11:59 p.m.

Film talks & accompanying programme

All film talks this year will be streamed live from our festival lounge via our YouTube channel. You can join the conversation via chat. Afterwards, all talks will be available online on our YouTube channel for free, so for the first time you can catch up on all film talks at any time, should you have missed something.

The concerts and panel discussion in our accompanying programme will also be broadcasted on YouTube.

Häufig gestellte Fragen


Bei Fragen zum Ticketkauf und zum Abspielen der Filme sind wir gerne für Sie da:

am 29. September: 10.00 – 15.00 Uhr
von 30. September bis 6. Oktober: 10.00 – 22.00 Uhr

Telefon 0911/231-8371 (ab dem 29.09.)


Eine Online-Dauerkarte können Sie für 50,00 Euro hier erwerben.


Für das On Demand Programm können Sie zwischen PayPal, Kreditkarte oder Lastschrift wählen.


Die Inhalte der Online-Mediathek sind während der Festivalwoche vom 29.09. (00:00 MESZ) bis 06.10. (23:59 MESZ) zugänglich.


In der Online-Mediathek erhalten Sie Zugriff auf alle uns vorliegenden digitalen Filme, deren Lizenzgeber der Veröffentlichung eingewilligt haben.


Tickets are available at the box office at Filmhaus Nürnberg as well as at Kulturinformation, Königstr. 93, 90402 Nürnberg


reduced for pupils, students, trainees, pensioners, severely disabled and deaf/hard of hearing people

7,00 € / reduced 6,00 €

Nuremberg-Pass holders / refugees

Holders of the Nuremberg Pass and refugees can attend all film events to a reduced rate.

For individual tickets, simply come to the box office.

3,50 €


Filmhaus at Künstlerhaus / kino eins & kommkino

Künsterhaus / Filmhaus Nürnberg im KunstKulturQuartier

Königstr. 93, 90402 Nürnberg

U-Bahn: All lines, stop Hauptbahnhof (main station)
Tram: Lines 5, 7, 8 and 9, stop Hauptbahnhof (main station)

Coming from the main station: Take the exit in the direction of Altstadt/ Innenstadt/Tourist information. You can already see the building from the station

Coming from the airport: Take the U2 underground line directly from the airport to the stop Hauptbahnhof (main station)

COVID 19-Regulations

Since 8 April, it is no longer compulsory to wear a mask when visiting the Filmhaus. However, we still recommend wearing a medical mask in the cinema for self-protection and out of solidarity with particularly vulnerable groups of people.

We continue to keep a space between individual groups of visitors. Our booking system is set up so that individuals or groups of people can book seats next to each other. The system then automatically blocks the adjacent space.

Proof of 3G (tested/healed/vaccinated) and a minimum distance of 1.5 metres are no longer required. However, if you have any symptoms that could be related to a Corona infection, please refrain from visiting the Filmhaus.


Wheelchair Accessibility

All NIHRFF venues are wheelchair accessible and have wheelchair accessible restrooms.

Filmhaus kinoeins:

NIHRFF for hearing impaired and deaf audience

The films in our Weekender 2022 programme have German subtitles.

NIHRFF for blind audience

Unfortunately we cannot offer any films with audio description at the moment.

People with low income / Refugees

Holders of the Nuremberg Pass as well as refugees are granted admission to NIHRFF Weekender to a reduced price (3,50 €). Tickets are available at the Filmhaus box office.


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