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Braunschweig International Film Festival
|Genres:||animated, documentary, fiction, short|
|Accepted formats:||35 mm|
The International Braunschweig Film Festival, the film festival with the longest tradition in Lower Saxony, has been a constant feature of regional and supraregional cultural life here for 19 years now. Founded in 1986 as a non-profit organization, it has retained its original structure ever since. The festival itself is an audience orientated festival which presents its more than 18,000 visitors about 150 full-length and short films annually. The emphasis lies on contemporary European productions. First showings, international highlights, retrospectives and portraits will give the audience and the press ample scope for new discoveries on the screen.
Braunschweig IFF draws attention to the close relationship between film and music: November 6 - 11, 2012.
Participation And Submissions
First and second films which have been produced in Europe and which were made as cinema films after January, 1st 2011 may be submitted. The director must live and work in Europe. The film must not have been released commercially in cinema or television in Germany. The films must be at least 70 minutes long. The format has to be 35mm or DCP. The organizer decides in the case of exceptions. No limit is set on genre or content.
Braunschweig International Film Festival Neue Straße 8