Save the Date: April 18 – 23, 2023 • 40th edition of IFFF Dortmund+Köln in Dortmund, Germany
Internationales Frauen* Film Fest Dortmund+Köln takes place annually, alternating between Dortmund and Cologne. MISSION STATEMENT
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The Cologne Cinema Nights celebrate their 14th edition with a packed program of 40 films, without restrictions. Our contribution to […]
June 9th: Amina Maher as a guest in our program series »Art on the MOve« in Dortmund’s Museum Ostwall
Art by Max Beckmann and Freya Hattenberger in the presentation of the MO_collection (Dortmund based Museum Ostwall) reflect the relationship […]
We cordially invite you to the book presentation of »What we filmed«: Films by East German directors after 1990«. Female […]
13 May: »Comfort & Joy – Flowers for the Soul«. Short film programme as part of the exhibition FLOWERS!
Alle meine Blumen (All my flowers) is the name of the Super 8 film with which we will start this flower-rich […]
Was wir filmten - Filme von ostdeutschen Regisseurinnen nach 1990
Our book based on the successful focus topic in 2020 (»After the Reunification 1990|2020«). Women filmmakers from three generations tell us what they filmed.
Price: 16 € – available in bookshops, or order it from us!
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IFFF Dortmund+Köln sees film as an expanded concept that doesn’t restrict the screening of films to classical cinema. The festival advocates showing films in all kinds of formats. And so, on top of the festival’s core programme, it has a film programme specific to each year, and features regular collaborations, holds talks and panel discussions, artistic projects and interventions in public spaces as well as book publications.
As the name suggests, the World Views series offers a broad selection of films from many different countries and cultures. The themes of the series are openness, understanding, tolerance and forms of dialogue that embrace diversity.More
The ifs internationale filmschule köln and IFFF Dortmund+Köln have joined forces, tapping their synergies to raise awareness of the work of women directors in the cultural sector and at film schools.More
Art on the MOve
Art on the MOve is a collaboration between Museum Ostwall and IFFF Dortmund+Köln. Based on the current collection presentation »Body & Soul« we draw on artworks and films to stimulate discussions on topics like age, body optimisation, black self-empowerment or gender.More
Since 2013, IFFF Dortmund+Köln has organised panel discussions and network meetings at the Berlinale in Berlin.More
IFFF Dortmund+Köln collaborates with various different partners and institutions right throughout the year.More
IFFF Dortmund+Köln sees cinema and film in a broader context. Artistic residencies, book publications and art workshops are among the festival’s regular projects happening right throughout the year.More