Here you can find out everything you need to know about your visit to the festival. From locations, directions and tickets to accessibility, content notes and our FAQ-Section (Frequently Asked Questions).



Single ticket: 9€ / 7€ reduced
5-ticket: 38€ / 30€ reduced (on site only)
Festival pass: 70€ / 50€ reduced (on site only)
Mo&Friese: 3,50€ / 3€ reduced

Tickets are available now online or during regular box office hours at Zeise cinemas. From the start of the festival, tickets will be on sale at the ticket counter in the Festival Centre Post Kaltenkircher Platz and in all festival cinemas daily from 30 minutes before the first screening. Reservations cannot be accepted.


The visit to our exhibition in the festivals Open Space is free of charge.


During the industry day, there are a few additional events and workshops for which you have to sign up. All Information and sign-up forms can be found in the program online.


Accredited professional visitors can get tickets upon presentation of their festival pass. At the ticket counter in the festival centre Post Kaltenkircher Platz and in all festival cinemas. You can register for an accreditation here.


If you have any ticket-related questions, please contact:

Festival centre

The POST at Kaltenkircher Platz is the festival’s central hub. Apart from the pop-up cinemas, both in- and outside, the exhibition hall Open Space, the festival café, the bar and music in the evening, the POST is primarily a place for getting acquainted, having fun and dialogue. Open for all and for free.

Entrance: Corner Augustenburger Straße/Kaltenkirchener Straße
Information counter during the festival: everyday 11 am to 8 pm

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With public transport

S11, S2, S5 to Holstenstraße station + 10 minutes on foot
Bus 3, 180, 602, bus stop Kaltenkircher Platz + 2 minutes on foot
S1, S2, S3, S2 to Altona station + 20 minutes on foot


3001 Kino

Schanzenstr. 75 (Backyard), 20357 Hamburg
Phone: +49-(0)40-43 76 79

S11, S21, S31, U3 to Sternschanze
Bus 115, 181 to Sternschanze

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Brigittenstr. 5, 20359 Hamburg
Phone: +49-(0)40-430 58 67

S1, S3 to Reeperbahn
U3 to Feldstraße

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Müggenkampstr. 45, 20257 Hamburg
Phone: +49-(0)40- 35 62 89 83

U2 to Lutterothstraße
Bus 4 to Sartoriusstraße

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at festival centre POST
Kaltenkirchener Straße 1-3, 22769 Hamburg

S11, S21, S31 to Holstenstraße
Bus 3, 180, 602 to Kaltenkircher Platz
S1, S2, S3, S31, S11 to Altona

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Gaußstr. 25, 22765 Hamburg
Phone: +49-(0)40-390 76 03

S3, S31 to Altona
Bus 2, 37, 150 to Friedensallee

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Kleine Theaterstr. 10, 20354 Hamburg
Phone: +49-(0)40-34 23 53

U2 to Gänsemarkt
Bus 4, 5 to Gänsemarkt

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at festival centre POST
Kaltenkirchener Straße 1-3, 22769 Hamburg

S11, S21, S31 to Holstenstraße
Bus 3, 180, 602 to Kaltenkircher Platz
S1, S2, S3, S31, S11 to Bahnhof Altona

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Friedensallee 7-9, 22765 Hamburg
Phone: +49-(0)40-390 87 70

S3, S31 to Altona
Bus 2, 37, 150 to Friedensallee

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To help you plan your visit, we try to formulate the aspects of accessibility at our festival as precisely as possible. These vary due to the different venues. A list of all general conditions in the participating venues can be found here. At the cinemas that offer wheelchair spaces, corresponding tickets can be booked online; the accompanying person receives a free ticket. What all venues have in common: The films are screened in the original language with English subtitles. Unless otherwise stated, the moderations and film discussions will be in English. The open air on Saturday evening will also be translated into German sign language. The Junges Kurzfilm Festival Hamburg Mo&Friese is German-speaking and offers many programs with translation into German Sign Language and audio description. We are in an ongoing process of becoming more inclusive and welcome feedback in this regard.

Content Notes

This year, we are using content notes to highlight sensitive content in our film programs. An online content list indicates films dealing with topics that could trigger strong emotional or physical reactions. We do this to enable visitors to make safe decisions, depending on their personal needs. All information and the complete content list for the 2024 program are available here.


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Is the festival program available on paper?

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