+++ Presale underway +++
Sunday, Feb. 26. · 11 p.m. (admission 10:30 p.m.)
Live broadcast of the Oscars® starting approx. 1:30 a.m.
For the 89th time, the Academy Awards® will be presented in Los Angeles on Sunday, February 26, and the red carpet will be rolled out again at the Schaumainkai in Frankfurt: the Oscar® Awards will be broadcast on several big screens at the Deutsches Filmmuseum.
Till the start of the gala at around 1:30 a.m. German time, guests can get in the mood for the annual highlight of the film world with a through-composed accompanying program over five floors. Guided tours through the permanent exhibition tell the story of the Oscars® and provide exciting background information. The Oscar® quiz show in the cinema hall also offers an entertaining insight into the annual hustle and bustle surrounding the golden trophy. Visitors can choose their personal favourites in the Oscar® prediction game - those who have made the most correct predictions can look forward to winning a great prize. The Oscar® Oracle, which takes place in the cinema hall and is transmitted to the upper floors, will help you find your way through all 24 categories. A professional team in the Catwalk Lounge will provide the right make-up for the Red Carpet outfit, glamorous appearances are guaranteed. The unforgettable looks can be captured immediately on a souvenir photo in the film studio, snacks and drinks round off the offer and keep you awake until even the last trophy has found its pair of happy hands. Throughout Oscar® weekend, Best Picture nominees can be seen in theaters.
Tickets on sale
Tickets at 18,-€ / 15,-€ concessions* are available at the museum box office sowie HIER über ad-Ticket erhältlich.
Admission starts at 10:30pm, before that the house is closed from 6:30pm.
Cinema box office at Deutsches Filmmuseum
60596 Frankfurt am Main
Tel: 069 - 961 220 220
*Admission includes the entire programme from 11pm - 2am incl. specials.
For the TV broadcast of the awards ceremony, admission to the house is free from 2am (no guaranteed seating).
The Long Oscar® Night at the Deutsches Filmmuseum is not an official event of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences®.