FAQ & TICKET INFO
What are the festival dates in 2023?
The festival is running from March 15 to March 26, 2023.
What kind of festival will CPH:DOX be in 2023?
CPH:DOX is back on track as a full-blown physical festival with +600 film screenings in movie theatres around Copenhagen and lots of exciting in-person events.
In addition, a selection of films will be available CPH:DOX’ new streaming platform PARA:DOX from March 24 to April 2. Online festival passes for the streaming platform will be available for 495 DKK.
Where do I find information about the accreditation?
You’ll find all relevant information about the accreditation here.
How do I reserve a ticket to a screening with an accreditation?
Every guest with an accreditation can book tickets for our INTER:ACTIVE Symposium or CPH:CONFERENCE sessions and pre-order up to 20 tickets online for regular screenings. Here are the steps for reserving a ticket to screenings and events:
1)Make sure that you are logged in. To login, go to https://cphdox.dk/auth/
2) Under Programme, you can either select “Calendar” or “Films A-Z”
3) Select “Buy tickets” and “Quick order 1 ticket with badge…”
4) Select your seat
6) Accept the terms and “BUY”
7)You can then get access to the screening by showing your badge. When you are logged in you are also able to easily find your tickets if you navigate to the page of the given film or event, and there you will be able to find a ticket icon next to the schedule.
Please note, that you always need a ticket and you can only take out one ticket for each screening, booking multiple screenings overlapping in time is not possible. You will receive your ticket by email and inside the QR code on your badge. If you are out of online tickets you can also go in line before a regular screening and get your accreditation scanned upon availability.
If you cannot attend a screening you have booked a ticket for, please cancel your ticket here.
Will CPH:DOX be screening films online? And who can watch the films?
Yes, our streaming platform PARA:DOX will offer a selection of films from our festival program from March 24 to April 2. The online offers at PARA:DOX are geo-blocked to Denmark, Greenland and the Faroe Islands.
As in any other years, accredited international guests will get access to the majority of all films in the festival programme via our CPH:MARKET.
Where do I find the full line up of competitions titles in 2023?
The full line up is available here.
Where can I buy audience tickets?
A regular ticket costs DKK 100. Tickets can be bought at the cinema or online. Tickets for films and events at Bremen Teater, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, the National Museum of Denmark, the National Museum of Art, Aveny-T, Urban 13 and Absalon, as well as events at special venues, can only be purchased online until the festival begins. After that, tickets for these venues can be purchased both online and at the ticket office at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, which is open from 10:00 to 22:00 during the festival. If the festival is not sold out, you can buy at the door of each venue immediately before the screening.
Student and senior discounts
Are you a student or senior? Then you get a discount (Price: only DKK 70) on all screenings starting before 17:00! Just remember to bring a valid student card or proof of age (+65) when you buy your ticket at the cinema.
Discount with politiken plus
With Politiken Plus you also get a discount on the ticket (Price: DKK 80). (Discounts cannot be combined).
Free for children!
Admission for children to the screenings in børne:dox is free on weekends (normal price for adults)
You can buy a festival pass, which gives you access to a selection of films on PARA:DOX. A festival pass costs DKK 495. The online festival programme will be announced on PARA:DOX March 23.
Are there any COVID-19 restrictions in Denmark that apply for visitors?
Currently, there are no covid-19 related restrictions or requirements applying to travelers entering Denmark, including those from countries outside of the EU/Schengen area. However, we recommend you keep a close eye on current regulations closer to your travel. You can find all current information here.
In Copenhagen, a coronavirus entry pass is no longer needed for going to a bar, restaurant or activity.