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"Franky Five Star" by Birgit Möller won the Prize of the Ecumenical Jury at the Festival Max Ophuels Prize 2023. The Festival Prize for Best Feature Film went to "Alaska" by Max Gleschinski.
After two years of limitations due to the Corona pandemic, the 73rd Berlinale is back to its usual scope. It will open on 16 February with the romantic comedy "She Came to Me" by Rebecca Miller.


List of church film prizes awarded in 2022
For more than 70 years, the Protestant Film Jury in Germany (Jury der Evangelischen Filmarbeit) has awarded the title FILM OF THE MONTH to a film currently being shown in cinemas. The jury chose the FILM OF THE YEAR: "She Said" from the films that received the award in 2022.
At the 8th Human Rights Film Festival Zurich, a jury appointed by Interfilm Switzerland awarded the Prix Célestine to "Alis" by Clare Weiskopf and Nicolas Hemelryck.


National Church Film Awards

On a national level, church film prizes are awarded regularly without INTERFILM being involved directly. These awards are documented here.

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26.04.2023 to 30.04.2023
In Budapest at the end of April 2023 INTERFILM is organising a seminar on the history of Hungarian film and the current situation in Central and Eastern Europe.
Haus der EKD am Gendarmenmarkt, Charlottenstraße 53/54, Berlin
After the last two years, when it was cancelled due to the Corona pandemic, the Protestant and Catholic churches will once again organise the Ecumenical Reception at the Berlinale in 2023.