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Author: Martina Pranger

And the winner is…

The 20th anniversary of the Innsbruck Nature Film Festival was celebrated with film makers from around the globe and their 50 movies caught on the public for four days in and around the Metropol cinema in Innsbruck, Tyrol’s capital. The top-class jury has decided and

Call4Entries until July 15

The 20th INNSBRUCK NATURE FILM FESTIVAL (INFF) is calling for submissions of cinematic works: Nature and the Environment in documentary, short film, animated short film and emerging film categories. The deadline for submissionsis 15.07.2021 and the festival itself will take place from 19-22.10.2021 in the alpine-urban

INF on tour in Kufstein May 6 and 7, 2021

Due to the ongoing pandemic the first stop of INF on Tour 2021 – the mobile version of the INTERNATIONAL NATURE FESTIVAL – will be realized digitally. In cooperation with the FH Kufstein/Tirol University of Applied Sciences a two-day program has been organized. According to

4 films – 1 focus

According to the motto “4 films, 1 focus: between the poles of human and environment” four internationally awarded films including INFF history have been selected and will be streamed to an open-minded audience. “Schnee” (Snow) directed by August Pflugfelder (INFF winner 2013), “Wildes Innsbruck” (Wild

Will we meet face to face?

The Innsbruck Nature Film Festival will again take place in 2021 as part of the International Nature Festival (16-24 October 2021) and is perfectly embedded as a highlight in the week’s schedule, in which numerous activities will draw the attention of all people and invite them

20 years INFF

A breath of fresh air: For its 20th anniversary, Katja Trippel, experienced science- and environmental journalist, will be taking over as curator. Already active as part of the INFF jury and long-time GEO editor and member of the Editorial Board in charge of the “GEO


When a university professor says with regard to the climate cap: “It’s not five to twelve, it’s twelve, but I am convinced that we can make it!” That’s a positive sign! As Prof. Dr. Georg Kaser is one of the most influential climatologists in the world.When


Jakob Winkler’s lavishly researched and detail-drawn ‘hidden object book’ for both children and adults, “Fatima’s Fantastic Journey Through a World Without Oil” won the nomination for the Tyrol Change Award.For the Visions Award, Spanish directing duo Ana Sema and Paula Iglesias’ “They’re Just Fish”, which


INF and its committed partners put together a colourful programme with FILM, GUSTO, KIDS, SCIENCE and SENSES. There was laughter and storytelling, cooking and feating, experiencing and being experienced. Small groups went bird-watching and to the Karwendel, to collect rubbish and create art, to up-cycle,