Current issues

23.10.2019
Hans Hodel appointed Honorary President
The General Assembly of INTERFILM in Erlangen 2019 elected a new Board and confirmed Julia Helmke as INTERFILM President.

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16.09.2019
A film about a noise rock drummer who suddenly loses his hearing has been awarded an unofficial prize at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) 2019.
25.08.2019
"A Tale of Three Sisters" by Emin Alper wins the first World Cinema Exchange Award in Amsterdam. The World Cinema Amsterdam Film Festival promotes films from Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean.
20.07.2019
In her report Alyda Faber gives a detailed analysis of "Lara" and "Let There Be Light", the films which received, respectively, the Ecumenical Jury prize, and a commendation.  Three other films that especially impressed the Ecumenical Jury are also discussed.
28.06.2019
The festival World Cinema Amsterdam has added a brand new award this year: the World Cinema Exchange Award. The award is made possible by INTERFILM member Het Filmgesprek.
24.04.2019
On the occasion of the reception of INTERFILM and SIGNIS for the Interreligious Jury of the Visions du Réel on Sunday, 7th April, 2019, Marianne Ejdersten, Director of Communication of the World Council of Churches, directed a message reflecting the connections between culture, film, politics and church to the visitors of the festival.
30.03.2019
The Italian film "Zen in the Ice Rift" is the winner of the Church of Sweden Youth Film Award 2019. An INTERFILM Diploma was awarded to "Harajuku" by Eirik Svensson from Norway.
11.03.2019
The Church Media Foundation Award at the Tampere Film Festival 2019 was given to the director Reetta Huhtanen for her feature-length documentary film debut "Gods of Molenbeek" (Aatos ja Aminen, Finland 2019).
10.03.2019
Love is Potatoes (Netherlands/Russia, 2017) is a documentary first and foremost about personal memory and family history. Aliona Van Der Horst is the director of the film and its principle guide.
10.03.2019
The film Maman Colonelle (DR Congo, 2017) begins with the eponymous Colonel Honorine Munyole as she prepares for another day of work. A tall husky lady bearing white-rimmed glasses, gentle facial features and a firm gaze...

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