Jewish Film Festival Berlin

JFFB // Jüdisches Film Festival Berlin & Potsdam

22nd edition

Jun 05 - Jun 19, 2019
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Berlin and Potsdam, Germany

Open Call Open to Public Competitive Market Special Fees

Festival type Real Venue Festival
Types of films Any type, Animation, Children, Docu-feature, Documentary, Mini-series, Narrative fiction, Series, TV
Film length Full length, Mid-length, Short

Mission / description Founded in 1995 on the 50th anniversary of the end of World War II, the Berlin/Potsdam Jewish Film Festival is one of the oldest of its kind in Europe. This unique cultural event in Germany, aimed at film lovers of any background, is a showcase for new cinema that explores Jewish life around the world. The Festival's strength is its offering of perspectives rarely seen in the daily stream of headlines and broadcast news. The film screenings provide a lively forum for dialogue and debate about a wide range of issues, drawing larger audiences every year.

The Jewish Film Festival Berlin & Potsdam is staged and supported by an independent, registered association, the Welser 25 e.V. Freundeskreis des jüdischen und israelischen Films.
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Festival website www.jffb.de

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Overall

5.05
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We attended the festival in April 2014 with three people from our filmcrew and it was a very warm and wonderful experience. Everything was arranged perfectly by the festival director Nicola Galliner. We were picked up from the airport and Nicola was waiting at the hotel to welcome us. The screening was at the Arsenal Kino in Berlin in a beautiful cinema with very good projection. The public was very involved and everybody stayed for the Q&A. We saw one other film which was very good and I think that the festival has a very good taste for selecting lesser known films which are very much worth seeing, Nicola took lots of effort to introduce us to other people and give us tips and connections for other film festival I would certainly recommend the Jewish Film Festival Berlin Jaron Around 6 years ago