Competitive Programme and Jury of the 28th FILMFEST DRESDEN

61 short films from a total of 2,200 submissions have now been nominated by the 11-person viewing and selection committee for the International and National Competitions. During the festival week from 12 to 17 April, they are competing under the critical eyes of the specialist juries for the total ...

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Maki Satake, Catoptric Light, 2007

Festival Programme Special Focus: Photo Animation

Selected national and international films on the subject of photo animation represent the film screening component of this year’s special festival focus. The three wide-ranging film programmes entitled Measurement & Notation, Assemblage and Japanese Photo Animation will provide deep insights into ...

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Get your accreditation until 18 March

From now on, until 18 March 2016, you have the opportunity to apply for an accreditation to the 28th FILMFEST DRESDEN. Accreditation will be issued to those persons with a professional interest in attending the festival, such as film and media professionals. For further information and accreditation ...

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FILMFEST DRESDEN IMAGE 2016

New Year and New Look – Festival with New Website and New Campaign

All things new in January! We are starting the 28th festival edition with a relaunched website and at the same time giving you a glimpse of our new 2016 campaign look. We can’t wait to hear and see what you think about our new homepage and your opinions of it. In any case, now is the time for all ...

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Visegrád in Short(s): our special focus on films from Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, and Germany

In 2016, the forum Visegrád in Short(s) will be celebrating its second edition. Dedicated to filmmakers from the V4 countries Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary as well as Germany, the forum offers participants the opportunity to present their short film works to the public, connect with ...

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