20.06.2021 - 26.06.2021 Film

Tel Aviv International Student Film Festival

The Tel Aviv International Student Film Festival will introduce the voices of up-and-coming talents representing the future generation of filmmakers in Israel and around the world, among those, four young Polish producers

The Tel Aviv International Student Film Festival (TISFF) that will be held on 20-26 June 2021 invites you to take part in this festive week, to see and hear the voices of up-and-coming talents representing the future generation of filmmakers in Israel and around the world.

Among the artists from the world, 4 young Polish producers will participate in the Festival: 

Comet, directed by Adam Buka: Friday 25.6, 15:00 – Further details and tickets 

Masha, directed by Krzysztof Chodorowski: Wednesday 23.6, 12:30  – Further details and tickets 

The Dress, directed by Tadeusz Łysiak: Thursday 24.6, 21:30 – Further details and tickets 

Vyraj, directed by Agnieszka Nowosielska: Wednesday 23.6, 16:00 – Further details and tickets 

 

The festival holds five major competitions: The International Competition, The Israeli Competition, The Short Independent Film Competition, LookOut: The Experimental Film & Video Program and The Digital Media International Exhibition & Competition.

TISFF supports and promotes young filmmakers in their first steps in the world of filmmaking, with more than 200 short films from over 30 countries around the world competing. The festival prizes are the highest awarded in the field of student filmmaking. TISFF is in close contact with the international film industry and promotes unmediated dialogue between filmmakers all over the world.

The festival also hosts various film events: artist workshops, masterclasses, social projects, parties, exhibitions and conferences. The international and local film industry attends the festival and nurtures the young filmmakers and the wide audience of critics who come to the Tel Aviv Cinematheque.

For the Festival`s website

The Program

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05 10.2021 Film, History

Krakow Film Festival 🗓

The 61st Krakow Film Festival will include about 250 films from Poland and from around the world during its 8 days accompanied by exhibitions, concerts, open-air shows and meetings with artists
30 05.2021 07 06.2021 Film

The Last Stage in Tel Aviv Cinematheque

The Last Stage of Wanda Jakubowska - the first ever made about Auschwitz - on the Tel Aviv Cinematheque`s website
07 04.2021 09 04.2021 Film