39th International Short Film Festival Berlin
Every year, interfilm offers an extensive program that impresses with its international selection, versatility and topicality. The topics of the hour play just as much a role as retrospectives planned for a long time, newcomers find just as much a place as time-honored veterans. Because one thing they all have in common: the enthusiasm for the short film.
With over 300 short films from around the world in more than 50 programs, talks, workshops and events, INTERFILM promises another week dedicated to the short format in its 39th edition.
Founded in 1981, the interfilm developed into one of the oldest and largest short film festivals in Germany. The repertoire ranges from the avant-garde super 8 film of the early days to the multi-faceted and international program of today's festival diners. The festival focuses on current topics and retrospectives. Whether newcomers or experiend film makers, all are represented.
This will be accompanied by a supporting program of international and national competitions, country and main topics, special programs, panels and workshops.
As an independent sub-festival, KUKI, the international children's and youth short film festival, has been taking place since 2008 and at the same time offers a cinematic program for the next generation.