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Nuremberg International Human Rights Film Festival

Nuremberg International Human Rights Film Festival
Internationale Filmtage der Menschenrechte e.V.
Königstr. 93
90402 Nuremberg
Germany
phone +49-9 11-2 31 83 29
fax +49-9 11-2 31 83 30
http://www.nihrff.de
email: team@filmfestival-der-menschenrechte.de

Director
Andrea Kuhn

Program
Kinga Fülöp, Mikosch Horn, Christiane Schleindl, Isabelle Krauss, Janine Binöder

Year of Foundation 1998

Event Date from 02 October 2019 till 09 October 2019

in Nuremberg, Germany

International Competition

Sections International Competition, Diverse Thematic Series, Topics and Focus Points

Category Feature, Documentary, Short

Terms of Entry no submissions possible for the 2019 edition

Genre History, Society

Subtitles English subtitles necessary German subtitles necessary

Format 16 mm, 35 mm, DCP, Blu-ray, Digital File

Fees none

Attendance Figures 4,000

Participants of the Film Industry filmmakers, producers, actors/actresses, representatives of non-profit and human rights organizations

Prizes/Awards Nuremberg Human Rights International Film Award (Euro 2,500)
Audience Award (Euro 1,000)

Number of Films Shown about 80 films from 25 countries

Media Coverage mostly local and regional print, radio and TV coverage

Evaluation Perspective, the International Human Rights Film Festival in Nuremberg is the only festival in Germany which is specifically dedicated to the issue of Human Rights. Perspective will be presenting ethically and socially committed productions from all parts of the world, which combine a formal quality with a humanistic philosophy. The festival includes a competition, retrospectives, workshops and debates, discussion with festival guests, concerts, exhibitions and educational screenings. Perspective is a bi-annual event in a thematic connection with the parallel organized Human Rights conference and the Nuremberg International Human Rights Award. The festival is a founding member of the International Human Rights Film Network launched in 2004 in Prague.

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