The International Nature Festival involves the local population as well as guests from near and far. As diverse as the film programme is, so rich is the rest of the programme: varied and eye-opening, exciting and eventful. Tangy and sensitive. Informative and entertaining. What does that mean in concrete terms? Here are some extracts from the festival programme:
With SENSES excursions take you out into the Karwendel Alpine Park and to the environmental exhibition in the foyer of the Metropol. With SCIENCE, a geography hike on the Nordkette mountain and a climate discussion in the couch room. With KIDS transform rubbish into art and capture images with the Tyrolean biologist and filmmaker Patrick Centurioni. His film „Wildes Innsbruck“ will be shown in the Leokino as part of the INFF school programme. In the outdoor locations in the city, bread will be baked (Wiltener Platzl), picnics will be held and clothes repaired (Waltherpark). In the GUSTO kitchens delicious regional products will be prepared and served in their restaurants.
All of this will take place from 2-10 October 2020 in Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol. It’s all real and organised with care and expertise. Festival Director Johannes Kostenzer (Tyrolean Environmental Ombudsman) and Event Director Thilo Bohatsch together with their team and INF partners will make sure of that.
Photocredit: ©InnsbruckTourismus_Christian Vorhofer