FFDD21: Programme of the final two days
Here's your last chance to see the programmes of FFDD21.
Saturday and Sunday, 17 and 18 September
Sat + Sun: Families, children and young people get their money's worth
Once again this year, numerous short film programmes will be shown especially for children and young people aged five and up. The venues are the Schauburg, the Thalia, Filmnächte am Elbufer, the Programmkino Ost and the Club Cinema in Lingnerschloss.
Sat, 4pm Schauburg: Short Tiger Next Generation 2021: Premiere
The programme shows a selection of the 11 best productions by German film schools and young directors. Actress Marleen Lohse and her jury colleagues Katrin Küchler and Christian Bräuer have decided which directorial hopefuls will be part of this year's short film reel and may travel to Dresden with their films.
Sat, 21:30 Filmnächte am Elbufer: Dresden Short Film Night
We present festival favourites from the competition and special programmes in front of a breathtaking backdrop and take you on an entertaining journey around the world. And who knows, maybe there will even be a freshly selected winning film in the programme?
Sun, 12:30 - 10 pm Schauburg, PK Ost, Lingnerschloss: Award-winning films
After the juries awarded the "Golden Horsemen" to the lucky winners of the 33rd FILMFEST DRESDEN the evening before, all award-winning films will be shown on the big screen again on Sunday! The last chance for all short film enthusiasts to marvel at the festival's cinematic highlights.
Sat, 4pm Schauburg: Workshop talk with Mischa Leinkauf.
Tip: This event will also be broadcast live on our Facebook channel and website!
The works of the installation, video and performance artist Mischa Leinkauf question places and orders and occupy them anew. In the workshop talk, he will give an insight into his work and discuss his perspective on film art in relation to political action as well as the scope for action of art. Admission free, in English
Sat, 12:30 p.m. Schauburg: Bicycle Tour & Rummage in the DIAF Archive
On the Saturday of the festival, the cinema seat will be swapped for the bicycle saddle for a short time: we will cycle together to the permanent exhibition and the archive of the German Institute for Animated Film (DIAF). On the way there, there will be a few Dresden anecdotes to marvel at and laugh about. Bicycles will be available; in case of bad weather a shuttle service will be offered (information by e-mail if necessary). In English, limited number, please register by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sat, 8 pm Schauburg: Award of the Golden Horsemen
Tip: This event will also be broadcast live on our Facebook channel or on our website!
The tension is rising! After a week full of impressive, fun, informative and emotional moments in the cinema hall and at events of the supporting programme, the glittering highlight has arrived. A total of 9 Golden Horsemen and prize money of 68,000 euros will be ceremonially awarded.
Remaining tickets 7,50€ or with invitation or accreditation