Watch European films with the ArteKino Festival & win a free festival pass

The ArteKino Festival is about to kick off, and you have the opportunity to watch ten new and exciting European films for free.

How do you book your free tickets?

It’s nice and easy – simply head to the website and select your film. Only 5,000 free tickets are given out for each film so be quick! Sessions are selling out quickly. Once you’ve booked your free ticket, you’ll be able to watch the film online at any time from the 30th of September until the 6th of October. Last minute tickets will be available towards the end of the festival if free ticket holders fail to watch their films.

Want to win a free festival pass?

We have festival passes available to our Scandinavian audience!

Cinema Scandinavia is excited to offer 4 festivals passes each for Denmark, Sweden and Norway. To enter, click here and submit your details.

The winners will receive a festival pass which entitles them to watch five films for free!

About the festival

Only available in the European countries, the first edition of the ArteKino Festival features ten new European titles, among which are the Cannes’ Special Screening La Mort de Louise XIV directed by Albert Serra, as well as Ulrich Seidl’s new documentary Safari, which screened at the Venice International Film Festival.

The festival also includes emerging directors like João Nicolau (John From), Pietro Marcello (Lost and Beautiful), Argyris Papadimitropoulos (Suntan) and Alessandro Comodin (Happy Times Will Come Soon) are also selected, representing the new filmmaking in the South of Europe. 

Winner of 3 César Awards, Philippe Faucon’s Fatima is one of the French titles, among with the animated Annecy IFF revelation The Young Girl Without Hands

 Sundance picks Mirjana Karanović’s A Good Wife and Nicolette Krebitz’s Wild will showcase the highlights of Serbian and German films of 2016.

Want to learn more about the European films on offer? Head to the ArteKino Festival website and book your free tickets today.

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The ArteKino Festival is supported by Festival Scope.

Emma Vestrheim

Emma Vestrheim is the editor-in-chief of Cinema Scandinavia. Originally from Australia, she is now based in Bergen, Norway, and attends major Nordic film festivals to conduct interviews and review new films.