44. Internationales Filmwochenende Würzburg vom 25. bis 28. Januar 2018

Getting Ready… Press Conference Update and other Information

With the press conference just a week before the start of the film weekend, the final details and information were passed on to the regional media representatives, so that really everyone has the chance to find out what’s going on Thursday, 25th January at the 44th International Film Festival. And that’s a lot! Almost 80 … Weiterlesen …

Würzburg’s Directors Join Us This Year

For the first time ever, the International Film Festival will screen four films by Würzburg natives. Two productions will celebrate their world premiere! Thomas Heinemann’s latest film, “Perfect Silence”, will make its international debut in Würzburg. Following the cult series, “Positive Sinking”,  “Perfect Silence” finally reveals the whole truth about Angelo Sommerfeld; fans understand what … Weiterlesen …

Our Program is Online!

The program of the 44th International Film Weekend is online. Interested in witnessing an Iranian refugee search for a wife in Copenhagen? Want to listen to Russian inmates compete in a singing contest? Curious how cheeky girls in a Stockholm gang fight for their place in society? Want to follow the journey of a Kurdish … Weiterlesen …

Ticket passes now available!

Multiple ticket passes went on sale at select locations at the start of December. The passes are for either 5 or 10 different films. They are only valid for one person and are not transferable. Please note: These passes must be exchanged for actual tickets, but they do not entitle their owners to attend sold-out … Weiterlesen …

Short Film Night

The whole world is in short film fever – and Würzburg is too! The Short Film Day on the Shortest Day of the Year – Presented by the Filminitiative Würzburg e.V. in cooperation with Kellerperle e.V. Winter solstice is on 12.21.2017 and is the shortest day of the year. Six years ago, France, Germany, Denmark, … Weiterlesen …

Bürgerbräu: Our new venue

Last year, the film festival took place on the Bürgerbräu grounds for the first time. “The new festival venue was well received by guests. The feedback, especially regarding the lounge area in the Maschinenhaus, was very positive,” said festival director Thomas Schulz. “Even though it was hard to say goodbye to the Mozart Gynasium, we … Weiterlesen …