A special cinema experience: With our special cinema events you can combine cinematic and culinary delights!
Tickets for the reduced admission price on Tuesday can be bought in advance at the central reception in the Audi Forum Ingolstadt or online at www.audi.com/cinema. Admission is 3.50 euros per person.
The cinema matinee guarantees a leisurely Sunday combined with the diverse brunch menu at the Markt restaurants in the Audi Forum Ingolstadt. The film in the cinema begins at 11:00 am. The Markt restaurant serves Sunday buffet brunch from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
The combined ticket is available from the central reception at the Audi Forum Ingolstadt and costs 25.80 euros per person.
Carefully selected films from different countries around the world, combined with a menu matched to the film - this is the "Gourmet cinema: Film & menu" series. The menu is served each following each film presentation in the AVUS restaurant. Tickets for the film and menu including a welcome drink for all dates in this series of films are available in advance at the central reception at the price of 31.90 euros.
You are also welcome to only watch the film. Tickets are available at 7 euros from Thursday before the showing.
The recent series of events in the Audi cinema is aimed at film fans and gourmets alike. At the culinary film night, three films are successively shown from 6:30 pm, which all revolve around a changing central theme. During the film breaks, catering takes care of the culinary aspect. This experience for the senses is held in the spring and autumn of each year.
Tickets are available in advance or at the box office of the central reception at the Audi Forum Ingolstadt. Admission is 41 euros per person.
Cheap cinema enjoyment for the whole family: children staying at home and families can see a diverse range of children's films in the Bavarian summer and Christmas holidays, every day at 3:00 pm with two exciting films weekly. And it won't break the bank or use up your holiday savings: Admission is 2 euros only.
Every spring, the short film festival 20minmax shows a panorama of the current short film scene in the cinema programme at the Audi Forum Ingolstadt. The festival has only one rule: No film can be longer than 20 minutes. And: there are no genre boundaries.
The short film has always fascinated film fans of all ages. The format has a rich variety of genres and an intensity of images. Each film tells a story its own whole story, makes the audience laugh, raises issues, or amazes everyone.
For five days, the unconventional compiled festival programme surprises visitors. On the final evening at the Stadttheater Ingolstadt, a prominent jury gives awards in various categories to the creators of the best films.