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Adjustments InScience following corona measures
Tonight at 19:00, the government announced new measures to contain the impact of the coronavirus. These stricter measures have no direct impact on the continuity of InScience. Nevertheless, the InScience organization has decided to make adjustments to the programming.
The above means that we cancel all side programming for Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 November. However, we will continue to show all films and the exhibition will also remain open in the Mariënburgkapel. All ticket buyers will be notified shortly.
You can visit a film at InScience in the same way as in the past few days. So with a valid Corona ticket (CTB). In addition, we offer the possibility to watch films online. We would also like to point out that the café in LUX closes at 20:00. However, you can get a takeaway drink and take it to the film.
What does the festival look like this year?
The program consists of the best science films released in the past year. This year InScience presents a hybrid festival.
InScience at LUX: 10 – 14 November
As usual, InScience organizes film screenings, talks, and other programs in and around the halls of LUX and at various locations in Nijmegen.
InScience Online: 10 – 21 November
Next to that, part of the program will be available to everyone in the Netherlands via our online platform.
InScience on Tour: 15 November – 12 December
In addition, the best of the InScience program can be seen in several cities under the title InScience On Tour.
When does the ticket sale start?
Tickets are on sale from 21 October via this website or from 10 November at the LUX box office. The complete program is now online. It is not possible to reserve tickets.
Ticket sales for InScience Online will start on November 10 via the online platform.
InScience at LUX
Where does the festival take place?
LUX Nijmegen is the main location of the festival. Several cinemas are used to screen the film program. The LUX café and box offices are the festival’s central meeting and information points.
Various programs take place outside LUX, such as the Mariënburg Library, the Mariënburgkapel, Museum Het Valkhof, Regional Archive, and YogaPoint. These locations are within walking distance of LUX.
How do I buy tickets?
You can buy tickets for individual films, talks, and other programs from the program overview on this website. You can put multiple tickets in your online shopping cart so that you can pay them in one go. The program overview will be online from 21 October.
We use the LUX online cash register system. If you already have an account here, you can use it. If you have not previously bought tickets online from us or from LUX, you will need to create a new account.
For some free programs, you need a ticket to enter the room. With these programs, you will find the button ‘reserve’. You can reserve a free ticket via this button.
From 10 November you can also purchase tickets at the LUX office box.
How do I buy a ticket strip?
With the InScience ticket strip, you are entitled to three film tickets at a competitive rate of € 25,00. You choose which films you visit and you are not tied to a fixed festival day. You can buy a maximum of one ticket per film with the ticket strip.
How to buy the ticket strip:
- Online, through the website. Multiple online InScience bus ticket can be purchased per account. You first buy the ticket strip with your InScience/LUX account and pay for the pass. You can then order three films for € 0,00. You can only purchase tickets at a regular rate again after you have purchased the three tickets with the strip card.
Are the films subtitled in Dutch?
All films are either spoken or subtitled in English. Because we are an international film festival, we look to serve an international audience.
Are the talks and workshops in Dutch?
Talks and workshops can be in Dutch or English. If and when a talk or workshop is in English this is explicitly stated in the program’s description.
What are the corona measures?
We follow the corona measures implemented by the government. We, therefore, ask you – in addition to your entrance ticket – to show a corona QR-ticket: a negative test result, a vaccination certificate, or proof that you have recovered from corona. This applies to the following festival locations:
- LUX Nijmegen
- De Mariënburgkapel
- Museum Het Valkhof
- YogaPoint Nijmegen
For the program in Bibliotheek De Mariënburg and the Regionaal Archief, you must – in addition to your entrance ticket – wear a face mask. Please note: a corona QR-ticket is required for the InScience Pub Quiz in Bibliotheek De Mariënburg.
How do I get to the online platform?
You can go to the online platform via this link after 10 November.
How do I create an account?
This can be done by clicking the ‘create account’ button on the homepage of the online platform. You can also click on the ‘sign in’ button at the top right and then select ‘sign up’. In addition, you can also click on the title of the film you want to see in the Film program overview, and then create an account. Note: To create an account you must have a valid email address where you can verify the account.
How do I watch a film?
To watch a film you need an account. Once you have an account, you can click on the title of the film in Film program and then, after you have logged in, you will be taken to the page of the film where you can buy a ticket. From any film page you can navigate directly to the entire overview by clicking the ‘search’ button at the top left.
How do I purchase tickets and what do they cost?
Ticket sales for the online platform start on November 10. Individual tickets are for sale for all programs. These tickets cost € 6,00.
Are you planning to watch more than 3 films? Then buy a passe-partout for € 20,00.
Buying a ticket is done via so-called ‘credits’. Please note, ticket sales will stop on November 21 at 10:00 PM.
What are credits?
You need a credit to watch a film. You can buy a credit by clicking ‘credits’ next to your name after logging in to your account. Here you can buy credits. You can apply this to the film of your choice after purchase. When you buy a credit for the film in question, that credit is only valid on that film and you have 48 hours to watch it.
Which payment methods can I use to pay?
You can pay with iDEAL, credit card, and PayPal.
Can I watch all InScience films online?
No, not all films from the 2021 InScience program can be viewed online. In addition, we have extra programs online that cannot be seen in LUX. On this page, you will find an overview of the films that can be viewed online.
Can I watch films from abroad?
No, unfortunately the films are geo-blocked outside the Netherlands. This means that they cannot be viewed outside the Netherlands.
For how long can I watch the online programs?
All films and livestreams can be viewed from 10 November 20:00 to 21 November 24:00. Please note, ticket sales will stop on November 21 at 10:00 PM.
How many times can I watch a film?
After you have allocated the purchased credit to a film, you have 48 hours to watch the film. Within those 48 hours you can restart the film if necessary.
Can I stream the film to my TV via Chromecast or AppleTV?
The player on the platform does not have the option to stream directly. You can (if you use the correct version) send your browser to your Chromecast or AppleTV using a plugin. From there you should be able to play the film on your TV.
How can I vote for the NTR Audience Award?
On the film page where you also watch the film, you can indicate how many stars you want to give the film under the heading Rating. You can vote from 1 to 5 stars. You can vote until November 20. After this, the winner will be announced.