• Festival programme online

    On May 17, 2022 this year's Neisse Film Festival will open in Zittau, Germany. For the 19th festival edition, on the six festival days we will be presenting - in 20 venues - about 90 feature films, documentaries and short films in three competitions as well as accompanying events like concerts, a reading, exhibitions and more. The complete festival programme is now online...

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  • Focus 2022: Family Affairs

    This year's focus is entitled "Family Affairs" and will address the changes in family concepts and/or the comparison of such conceptions in eastern and western Europe from before 1989 up through today. With the corresponding program, the viewer can grapple more intensively with various percpectives on this topic, so very relevant on both an individual and a social level, and at the same time…

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  • Advanced ticket sales for DakhaBrakha!

    With traditional melodies and modern soundscapes, DakhaBrakha create a mysterious-seeming musical universe in which Ukrainian folk and beat, jazz and trance, urbanity and country life, melt together. Carried by drums and cellos, racing vocals and their self-named Ethno-Chao the band conveys the strength and sensuality of East-European folklore. On May 20, 2022 DakhaBrakha will be live in the…

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

    At its last session, the executive committee of the "Saxon European Movement" ("Europäische Bewegung Sachsen e.V./EBS) selected the award-winner of the Saxon Europe Award 2020 from among four candidates. The nomination of the Neisse Film Festival came from the vice-president and director of the Saxon Center for Civic Education (Landeszentrale für politische Bildung), Dr. Roland Löffler. After a…

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    NFF 2022: Call for entries

    We are looking for feature films, short films and documentaries for the 19th Neisse Film Festival...

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