> Filmhaus in the KunstKulturQuartier

Königstraße 93, 90402 Nuremberg, tel.: +49 911 231 40 00

The local Filmhaus in the KunstKulturQuartier of the City of Nuremberg is the first address in the region for sophisticated film: international premieres, foreign language cinema, thematic focuses, director series, history of cinema, silent film, high-quality children's cinema, festivals. Directors, authors and actors are regular guests at the Filmhaus. In addition to a cinema, the Filmhaus, located in the Künstlerhaus, offers an extensive library with film books, international magazines and videos. The Filmhauscafé invites you to relax, inform yourself, read, seeing and being seen. During the entire festival, the 1st floor in the head-end building of the Künstlerhaus is transformed into an atmospheric "Festival Lounge".

> KommKino in the KunstKulturQuartier

> KommKino in the KunstKulturQuartier

Königstraße 93, 90402 Nuremberg, tel.: +49 911 231 40 00

"Crazy, individualistic, funky" is what the small underground cinema in Nuremberg's Künstlerhaus still is more than 30 years after its founding. KommKino is a fascinating cinematic treasure where those who are interested in film can learn the basics of cinema and media work. In their ambitious program, the makers often dig up long-forgotten cinema masterpieces, give to the independent German cinema and to the international film avant-garde a place to play, and from time to time they also like to blur the boundaries of good taste.

> Tafelhalle in the KunstKulturQuartier   

Äußere Sulzbacher Straße 60, 90491 Nuremberg, tel.: +49 911 231 40 00

The Tafelhalle of the KunstKulturQuartier is home of productions, guest performances, festivals and concert series that are multi-disciplinary crossing and interculturally motivated or that focus on and present current trends in artistic-aesthetic developments and stylistic forms.

The Tafelhalle  mainly is a place where the so-called "independent scene" - local, regional, international - can work, experiment, perform and give guest performances. On the one hand, this is intended to promote the scene, but also to enrich the cultural landscape in Nuremberg - in addition to the work of the State Theater and other private performers.