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    The 19th Neisse Film Festival is Opening in Zittau

    Grosshennersdorf - May 16, 2022

    This Tuesday, May 17th, the Neisse Film Festival is beginning its 19th round. The opening event will be held in the Gerhart-Hauptmann Theatre in Zittau. Beginning at 7:00 pm, the festival coordinators will be setting the stage for the coming festival days, presenting the film programme, juries and further highlights. The Ukrainian-Turkish feature film "Klondike"…

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    Neisse Film Fesitval shows Solidarity with the People in the Ukraine

    Grosshennersdorf - 5 May 2022

    On May 17th, the Neisse Film Festival is launching its 19th season. In solidarity with those impacted by war, the festival is setting Ukrainian accents in the festival programme with a film, music and an exhibition.

    The 19th Neisse Film Festival is opening on May 17 with the Ukrainian-Turkish film "Klondike" by Maryna Er Gorbach. At its premiere at the Sundance…

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    Films, Film Discussions, Concerts and More: Programme Preview for the 19th Neisse Film Festival is Online

    Grosshennersdorf - April 26, 2022

    The 19th Neisse Film Festival will begin on 17 May. On six festival days, in 20 venues, approximately 90 feature films, documentaries and short films will take part in in three competitions and additional films around various topics will be shown, all further complemented by accompanying events such as concerts, a reading and exhibitions, and more. The complete…

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    About 700 Entries for the 19th Neisse Film Festival

    Großhennersdorf, 14 February 2022

    The Neisse Film Festival is entering its 19th year and will run from 17 to 22 May 2022. Approximately 700 film entries have been submitted to the festival organizers at the Kunstbauerkino in Großhennersdorf, each vying for a place in one of three competitions and one of a total of eleven coveted Neisse Fish. Among the submitted productions are feature films…

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    Grass-Roots European Cooperation at a High Cultural Level Neisse Film Festival Honored in Dresden with Saxon Europa Award

    Dresden/Großhennersdorf - November 18, 2021

    Since 2004 the Neisse Film Festival, as a project of the Kunstbauerkino e.V. cinema in Großhennersdorf, has been presenting current full-length feature films, documentaries and short films in the three-country border corner between Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic. The original idea of showing films in three countries has grown into a cultural…

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