Supporters

The Gemeinschaftswerk der Evangelischen Publizistik (GEP) - Joint Association for Evangelical Communication - is the central media corporation of the Evangelical Church in Germany (EKD), its member...
The EKD (Evangelical Church in Germany) is the fellowship of the Lutheran, United and Reformed churches in Germany, and looks after the joint tasks for them. INTERFILM's partner in the EKD is the...
The "Haus kirchlicher Dienste" (House of Church Services) is the central institution of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Hannover for  the support of communities, parishes, and church districts....
Founded in 1950, Matthias-Film, formerly situated in Stuttgart, now in Berlin, is a media sales company buying films for non-commercial screenings in parishes and schools. Among others, it focuses on...
  Kirke og Film is a Danish association focussing on the dialogue between church and film. From 1945 to 1967, the first church film magazin was published under the same title. Today, articles,...
The purpose of the Foundation is to support and promote producing, distributing and broadcasting programmes dealing with religion, ethical issues and values from the perspective of basic values of...
The French association Pro-Fil, "Protestants et Filmophiles", was founded in 1992 and aims at promoting, out of a Protestant inspiration, films which allow us to understand the contemporary world by...
The University of Edinburgh is linked to INTERFILM by the School of Divinity/New College which hosts a number of projects oriented towards religion, media, and the arts.
The Associazione protestante cinema "Roberto Sbaffi" is an Italian association for members of the Evangelical minority churches in Italy interested in film, for Valdensians, Methodists, and Lutherans...
The Swedish Church is commited to cinema and film by its Officer for Culture, Charlotte Wells. It awards film prizes in Göteborg (Angelos Film Prize, including a prize money of 50.000 SEK) and Malmö...