The Cinematheque

Tickets and cards

The easiest way to buy tickets is on our website, under each film, by clicking on Köp biljetter (Buy tickets). This will take you to the online shop for your chosen title. You don’t need a card to visit the Cinematheque, but if you do have one, remember to bring it if you have bought a discounted member’s ticket.

To buy tickets for more than one screening, click here.

You can also buy tickets and cards at the Film House ticket office at Borgvägen 1, which opens one hour before the first film of the evening and closes when the last film begins. The Film House ticket office is closed on Mondays when films are screened at Victoria cinema instead.

At the Kulturdirekt info desk at Kulturhuset City Theatre on Sergels Torg square in Stockholm you can buy cards and tickets, except for screenings at the Victoria cinema. The info desk is open seven days a week.

Tickets to screenings at the Victoria cinema are sold at the cinema only, where you can also buy Cinemateket's discount cards. Please note that you cannot buy tickets to Film House screenings at Victoria.

Standard tickets cost SEK 80.
(No card required for standard tickets.)

A card, either Cinemateketkortet or Stora Cinemateketkortet, gives you discounted tickets and other special offers, and you get the printed programme sent to you by mail.

Cinemateketkortet is valid for one year and costs SEK 250. 
You pay SEK 60 per ticket for standard film screenings.

Stora Cinemateketkortet is a card for very frequent visitors. It costs SEK 1,000, is valid for one year and gives you free admission to our standard film screenings. 

When you buy a discounted ticket, you must show your membership card and ticket on admission.

Under 15? All Cinematheque films are free of charge for under-15s, provided the age rating allows.

Just want to buy a membership card? Click here!

Minimum age

Different films have different age ratings so please check the programme to see the rating for each film. Films with an 11 rating may be seen from age 7, and films with a 7 rating may be seen from any age if accompanied by an adult. 

FAQ

Do I have to print out tickets?
No, you can show your ticket(s) on a smartphone or tablet on admission. The ticket office at the Film House can also find your ticket and print it if you don’t have it with you.

How many tickets can I buy for each screening?
A maximum of 10.

Can tickets be stored on my membership card?
At present tickets cannot be stored on our two types of membership card, but we are looking into introducing this function in future.

Can I only buy tickets for one screening/event?
No, you can also buy tickets for more than one screening using this link to our online shop.

Why do I have to enter my address details every time I buy a ticket?
We suggest you activate the Autofill forms function in your web browser, via Settings. That way you only need to enter the first character in each field and the rest will be filled in automatically.

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