• Epitaph

    Our long-time friend, colleague and great supporter of the Neisse Film Festival, Grit Weidner, passed on on 24 October 2019.

    Dear Grit,
    You left - we are left behind.
    In our yesterday, you are also with us in our today.
    We see your face in the noise, and in the stillness. You were always good for a joke.
    You never just managed time, you let it pass gracefully and lived in the now, in the present…

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  • NFF revisited - in Kino Krokodil in Berlin on 30 November 2019

    On November 30, 2019 at 8 p.m. in Kino Krokodil, Berlin, we present the prize-winning feature film "Fuga" ("Fugue") from the 2019 Neisse Film Festival.

    After experiencing memory loss, Alicja has built up a completely new life. The past does not interest her. After being recognized in a television talk show, however, she returns to her life as wife, mother and daughter. But it does not work. Her…

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  • FEINKOŠT - The Czech-German Short Film Tour in Großhennersdorf

    For the 10th time the Czech Film Center (Prague) and the AG Kurzfilm (Dresden) invite Czech and German filmmakers to present their works together. Over 70 German and Czech short films have been screened over the past 10 years. As usual, they will show current short films from Germany in the Czech Republic and discuss them with the filmmakers and the audience. In 2019, FEINKOŠT will stop at 12…

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  • Call for entries: Feature films, short films and documentaries for the 17th Neisse Film Festival 2020

    The Neisse Film Festival in the Czech-German-Polish border region is making its 17th appearance from 12-17 May 2020. The festival team from the Kunstbauerkino in the town of Grosshennersdorf is once again calling for competition entries in three categories: feature films, short films and documentaries. Competition films will line up for the nine Neisse-Fish trophies and approximately 21,000 Euros…

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