- These was some of the films that were first sold out, where the audience has been asking for extra screeenings. We are delighted to set up extra screening of each of the films on Monday, January 20th, says festival manager Lisa Hoen.
Monday, January 20th. / Verdensteatret
We proudly present this year's winners of TIFF's own Aurora Prize, the international critics award Fipresci and the Don Quijote award which is awarded by the International Film Club FICC, The Tromsø Palm for the best film in the Films From the North programme, and The Faith in Film Award, The Norwegian Peace FIlm Award – and of course the Tromsø Audience Award.
Tradition we end the festival by offering those who have not yet been part of the film festival free festival bracelets on Sunday. This year we want to give more to the audience, which means we go one step further.
-We distribute festival bracelets free of charge at all entrances at all screening venues, both Sunday and Monday, as we want to give something extra to the audience this year, says festival director Lisa Hoen.
This year's official closing party is at Storgata Camping (close to Driv and Hålogaland Teater) We have karaoke from Storagata Karaoke, a VR stand in collaboration with Tvibit and SEEK and special TIFF discount at Storgata Camping's minigolf course. Sunn Moro Fun Studio & La Hora Loca is also at the party with their photo boot.
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The outdoor cinema on Storgata shows several films - we give you a small summary of what you can see completely free, with the fjord and mountains framing the cinema screen.
How do I register as a volunteer at TIFF?
You can register as a volunteer by following this link. There are several tasks to choose from. Are you wondering what you want to work with? Send us an email at email@example.com or on Facebook.
Where can I buy tickets for TIFF?
Where can I buy tickets? You can buy tickets from Monday, January 6 at. 08:00 pm at Kulturhuset (obs. New place this year) and from 12:00 pm on our website. Check out here.
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On Friday, January 3, several of #TIFF20's films were presented and discussed at the program presentation. On Monday, January 6, the tickets for the various movie screenings will be released - here you'll find the full schedule for #TIFF20.
To help you get started on creating your personal festival calendar, we've put together some of the TIFF staff's personal film tips.
- Opening ceremony: Stortorget at. 6:00 p.m.
- Opening film: Stortorget, Kulturhuset and Aurora Focus cinema at. 7:00 p.m.
- Opening party: Storgata Camping at. 9:00 p.m.
The festival opens Monday, January 13, at. 6:00 pm. Minister of Culture, county mayor, mayor and festival manager / program manager gives their opening speeches.