31 FILMFEST DRESDEN: Over 2,200 films submitted

More than 2,200 short films were submitted for the 31 FILMFEST DRESDEN. These include 1,339 feature films, 499 animated films, 164 experimental films and 209 documentaries. The top international submissions are from Germany (524), France (225), Great Britain (140), the U.S. (103) and Canada (90). ...

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Last Call for Entry 2019: submission deadline is 1 December

We still don't have enough and would like to greedily point out once again that our Call for Entry will end soon. Films for the 31st FILMFEST DRESDEN can be submitted via www.filmfestivallife.com  until 1 December 2018. Only short films up to 30 minutes produced after December 31st 2016 are ...

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WOD 9 November 2018 Dresden © Sebastian Hoppe

Dresden Declaration of the Many and nationwide brilliant demonstration of artists and cultural workers

Photo: Sebastian Hoppe With this declaration, the signatories want to clearly articulate the cohesion in art and culture as part of civil society against populist and nationalist movements. With this declaration, the artists and cultural workers set a socio-political signal that intervenes in our ...

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Call for Entry for FFDD19 starts today

It is that time of year again! Starting today we accept film entries for the 31 FILMFEST DRESDEN via www.filmfestivallife.com. Short fiction and animated films (incl. hybrid forms such as AnimaDok, experimental or documentary fiction) must not be longer than 30 minutes and produced after 31st ...

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Short Film Rendezvous in Strasbourg

FILMFEST DRESDEN is once again a guest in Dresden's twin city Strasbourg. For the 18th time, the festival, in collaboration with ARTE, Vidéo Les Beaux Jours and the Goethe-Institut Strasbourg, is organising the German-French Short Film Rendezvous. From 5 to 6 July, German and French directors will ...

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