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INFF presents the Festival Magazine 2022

Just before the festival kicks off in a month, we present to you the Festival Magazine! 40 pages packed with interesting facts about the 21st Innsbruck Nature Film Festival. You can browse through it digitally here on the website – or get it free of charge from

Golden INFF Team

INFF ceremony master for the Opening and Award Shows, Ms. Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi, has been chosen to be an official voter for the next Golden Globe Awards. What a confirmation of her expertise! Congratulations and an exciting time to fulfil this honourable task. We will

World Conservation – IUCN CEC partnering INFF

Since 2022, the Innsbruck Nature Film Festival has been a proud partner of IUCN Commission on Education and Communication (IUCN CEC),  one of the six commissions of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). This non-governmental organisation enjoys observer status at the UN General

INFF 2022: Nominated films

41 films made it into this year’s international film competition. Hot hits from famous production companies as well as works of cooler tones await the public, who can watch all films during the festival time from October 15 to 18, 2022. The venue is the


Submit your film right now and save money: The submission fee for the DOCUMENTARIES is 45€ instead of 55€, for the SHORTS 25€ instead of 30€. This is your direct link to register for the 2022 INFF. Mid of October 2022 the INNSBRUCK NATURE FILM FESTIVAL (INFF)

INFF proudly presents: Katja Trippel – Film curator

Katja Trippel studied geography, worked as an urban planner and trained in journalism at the Henri-Nannen-School in Hamburg. She then worked for more than ten years as an editor for the reportage magazine GEO, for which she mainly researched environmental and nature topics, and as

INFF 2022: € 18,000 in rewards for ten prizes!

Four categories are to set the scene. These are Nature Film, Environmental Documentary, Short Film and Animated Short Film. Works selected by the jury from these four categories shall take part in the international film competition in October and will have the honour of being

INFF 2022: Call for Entry

The call is now open to filmmakers from all over the world to submit their works to Austria’s one and only nature and environmental film festival. As official representatives of the Innsbruck Nature Film Festival (INFF), festival director Johannes Kostenzer and festival curator Katja Trippel

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