Meny Lukk

ENGLISH INFORMATION

About Dokfilm

The Norwegian Documentary Film Festival, or Dokfilm as we call it, is the largest and oldest festival for Norwegian documentary films. The festival was arranged for the first time in 1997, and has since then been an event where filmmakers and the audience meet every spring in beautiful Volda.

Dokfilm aims to show the best of Norwegian documentary film and to promote young film makers. We want to be a place for Norwegian documentarists and that the audience will open their eyes to what Norwegian documentaries has to offer, as well as international filmmakers. Four prizes are awarded during the festival - Best feature documentary, best short documentary, best student production and the audience award.

During Dokfilm it will also be arranged different seminars and activities, and we have our own festival café, where you can buy breakfast, lunch and dinner for a low price. We also have a private festival area with DokumenBar, and outdoor tent where you can meet other visitors in the spring weather.

We are proud of our festival, and we will do our best to make sure you enjoy it as well!

The form for submitting your film to The Norwegian Documentary Film Festival 2019 is open until 28th of February. If you have any questions, please contact booking@dokfilm.no

Volunteer at Dokfilm

You meet a lot of new people and get to have tons of fun working with the festival! In return you get the festival pass for free and guaranteed a chance to buy a ticket for the Saturday party. Get in touch with DOKFILM on Facebook if you have questions.

Voluntary students from Volda University College are the ones who make this festival possible, with good help from sponsors and the people of Sunnmøre. Dokfilm is an ideal festival with soul. We think that the fresh air is a better with with Dokfilm then commercials, and we want everyone to have the opportunity to attend to our festival. Therefore we have a very cheap festival ticket (200 NOK) that everyone can afford.

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INFORMATION

Tickets

Festivalpass: 200,-

Saturday party: 150,-

Tickets can be bought at the festival or with Tikkio.

Accommodation

Do you have an empty dorm, bed or coach, and would like to rent it out during the festival? Or maybe you need accommodation yourself while staying in Volda?

We have the information you need about accommodation in Volda, either you prefer hotel or private accommodation.

Please contact us through email: sosial1@dokfilm.no for questions related to accommodation.

Remember to include:

Accomodation:

  • Who you are
  • How many you are
  • Your telephone number
  • The dates you need accommodation for

Rent out: 

  • Who you are
  • How many people you’d like to rent out to
  • Your telephone number
  • Your address

Looking forward to see you in April!

Food

Every day during the festival, the Café is open at Samfunnshuset. For a low price you can have a nice meal for breakfast, lunch and dinner. We will also serve cakes and waffles throughout the whole day, as well as tea or coffee. Stop by for a great homecooked meal!

Menu

Breakfast: Bread rolls
Every morning we will serve fresh bread rolls with ham or cheese - or both! You can also enjoy a nice cup of tea or coffee.

Lunch: Chicken salad
A salad with chicken, salty potatoes and homemade garlic mayo. We also have a vegetarian option with falafel instead of chicken.

Dinner:
Thursday: Cauliflower soup
Friday: Stirfry
Saturday: Chili con carne

How to get to Volda

Traveling to and from Volda is easy. If you’re going by flight from Gardermoen in Oslo, the flight to Ørsta-Volda airport only takes an hour. If you wish to travel by bus, there are daily departures, both to Oslo, Bergen and Trondheim. To Ålesund there is a bus every hour.

Flight
Ørsta-Volda airport, situated about 5 kilometers from Volda, has several departures every day to Oslo (Gardermoen) and Bergen (Flesland). Tickets can be purchased from Wider at www.wideroe.no

Bus
From Oslo: Møre-Ekspressen (Nettbuss)
From Bergen: Vestlandsbussen (Tide buss)
From Trondheim: Express bus to Ålesund, then change to Timekspressen to Volda

By car
From Oslo: 8 hours (498 km.)
From Bergen: 6 hours (321 km.)
From Trondheim: 7 hours (350 km.)

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You get access to over 70 films, parties og a lot more fun!