FAQ

Here you will find frequently asked questions about the program of the 63rd Nordic Film Days Lübeck in our venues. Questions about the streaming platform can be found here.

 

Where can I find the program of the 63rd Nordic Film Days?
The entire program of the 63rd Nordic Film Days Lübeck can be found online here.

 

Is there a program overview sorted by days?
Yes, the schedule of the 63rd Nordic Film Days can be found as a PDF here.

 

Is there a program overview sorted by films and events?
Yes, in this year's festival catalog you can find all films (from page 9) and events (from page 94) with the corresponding info and dates.

 

Where can I buy tickets for the 63rd Nordic Film Days Lübeck?
Cinema tickets are available from October 30, at 3 p.m. at the box office in the CineStar Filmpalast Stadthalle or online at cinestar.de and nordische-filmtage.de (via the respective film). A large selection of the films can also be rented on the streaming platform from November 3 at 7 pm.

 

I have already bought a ticket and something came up, can I return my ticket?
Tickets that have already been paid for cannot be returned in principle. A refund of the ticket price is not possible.

Exception and note for the online presale on 30.10.2021: Due to a technical error, the links to the ticketing were misdirected for a short time. If you booked a ticket for the wrong performance, we ask you to first book a ticket for the performance you actually want. In order for us to refund your misbooked ticket, please send an email to info@cinestar.de with the subject "Ticket Misbooking NFL" and write in the message which ticket you would like refunded. We apologize for the inconvenience!

 

Which movies can be rented on the streaming platform?
Using the movie search on our website, this year's movies can be sorted by whether they are additionally available on our streaming platform (check "streaming available"). Also on the streaming platform itself you can find all movies that can be watched online. Furthermore, there are various search and filter options there. Click here for the streaming FAQ.

 

What does admission cost?
Tickets to the film screenings cost between 3 and 12 euros at the box office. Online, tickets are available at the normal price (without discount) plus a 10 percent VVK fee. Detailed ticket prices can be found here. Ticket prices for the supporting program can be found in the program under >Sections >Events under the respective event.

 

How will the Corona measures be implemented in the cinema?
Admission to the festival is only granted to persons who are fully vaccinated, recovered or tested (3G rule). According to the current regulations of the Corona Control Ordinance of the State of Schleswig-Holstein, cinemas may be fully occupied with free seating. We recommend the usual rules of hygiene and behavior: Keep your distance, pay attention to hygiene and wear a mouth-to-nose covering on the walkways and in the sanitary areas of the venues.
Detailed information on hygiene measures can be found here.

 

Do I need a Corona test to go to the cinema? Is a quick test sufficient?
If you have been fully vaccinated or have recovered, proof of this is sufficient. If there is no proof of complete vaccination or recovery, a daily Corona test result (antigen test, not older than 24 hours) or a PCR test (not older than 48 hours) is required. A self-test is not sufficient. Children up to the age of 6 are exempt from this regulation.
In the case of underage pupils over the age of six, it is sufficient to present a certificate from the school stating that they are regularly tested twice a week as part of a school protection concept. This regulation also applies to children who go to school in another federal state and are visiting Schleswig-Holstein.
Detailed information on hygiene measures can be found here.

 

Do students over the age of six have to take a Corona test?
For underage students, it is sufficient to present a certificate from the school stating that they are regularly tested twice a week as part of a school protection concept. This regulation also applies to children who go to school in another federal state and are visiting Schleswig-Holstein.