Festivals

31.05.2009 to 07.06.2009
Zlín
13.05.2009 to 24.05.2009
Cannes
"Looking for Eric" won the Prize of the Ecumenical Jury in Cannes 2009. The Golden Palm was awarded to Michael Haneke's "Das weiße Band" which received a Commendation by the Ecumenical Jury as well.
30.04.2009 to 05.05.2009
Oberhausen
23.04.2009 to 29.04.2009
Nyon
14.03.2009 to 21.03.2009
Fribourg
04.02.2009 to 15.02.2009
Berlin
26.01.2009 to 01.02.2009
Saarbruecken
11.11.2008 to 16.11.2008
Cottbus
29.10.2008 to 02.11.2008
Luebeck
In 2008, the Nordic Film Days celebrate thier 50th anniversary. Since 1956 the festival presents films from Scandinavia, since 1989 also from the Baltics. The INTERFILM Jury awarded the Church Film Prize to "Ping pongkingen" (The King of Ping Pong), directed by Jens Jonsson, Sweden.
27.10.2008 to 02.11.2008
Leipzig
18.10.2008 to 26.10.2008
Kyiv
06.08.2008 to 16.08.2008
Locarno
04.07.2008 to 12.07.2008
Karlovy Vary
01.06.2008 to 08.06.2008
Zlín
14.05.2008 to 25.05.2008
Cannes
Atom Egoyan's "Adoration" is the winner of the Ecumenical Jury's Prize in Cannes 2008
01.05.2008 to 06.05.2008
Oberhausen
17.04.2008 to 23.04.2008
Nyon
01.03.2008 to 08.03.2008
Fribourg
07.02.2008 to 17.02.2008
Berlin
14.01.2008 to 20.01.2008
Saarbruecken
06.11.2007 to 10.11.2007
Cottbus
31.10.2007 to 04.11.2007
Luebeck
01.08.2007 to 11.08.2007
Locarno
09.07.2007 to 14.07.2007
Yerevan
In 2007, an Ecumenical Jury attended the Golden Apricot Film Festival in Yerevan for the first time, with the presidents of INTERFILM and SIGNIS, Hans Hodel and Peter Malone, as international members, and Father Gevork Saroyan, seminary lecturer (and later Bishop) of the Armenian Church, as local member.
29.06.2007 to 07.07.2007
Karlovy Vary
The main award of the festival, the Crystal Globe, went to "Mýrin" (Jar City) an Icelandic-German coproduction directed by Baltasar Kormákur. The Ecumenical Jury awarded the Russian film "Prostye vešči" (Simple Things) by Aleksej Popogrebskij which also won the FIPRESCI Prize.
27.05.2007 to 02.06.2007
Zlín
16.05.2007 to 27.05.2007
Cannes
In its 60th anniversary, the Golden Palm was awarded to a Romanian film for the first time: "4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 3 Days" by Cristian Mungiu. The Ecumenical Jury choose Fatih Akin's "Edge of Heaven" (Auf der anderen Seite) as its winner.
03.05.2007 to 08.05.2007
Oberhausen