Call for entries 2023
Tampere Film Festival has opened submissions for the International, National and Generation XYZ competitions on May 4th. The deadline is 1st of December 2022. Last year the festival competitions had over 7 200 submissions and 117 films were selected.
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Tampere Film Festival 8–12 March 2023
The 53rd edition of Tampere Film Festival takes place 8–12 March 2023 in Tampere, Finland.
The internationally renowned event is one of the three largest short film festivals in Europe, alongside Clermont-Ferrand (France) and Oberhausen (Germany) which takes place annually in March.Read more about the Festival
Tampere Film Festival has opened submissions for the International, National and Generation XYZ competitions on May 4th.
Our talented photographers captured Tampere Film Festival 2022. Visit our photo gallery and return to the happy
The Festival Continues Online Until the End of March One of the biggest and most important short
“I think what inspires me most is humans”
The Tampere Film Festival features Luca Tóth’s surreal, full-color, non-dialogue animations. The themes of animations often come from human interaction. In the interview, Luca Tóth talks about making animations.Read the interview
“Tubthumping was once an anthem of resilience, of never giving up the struggle, of fighting back. Maybe it can help again?”
I Get Knocked Down (2021, United Kingdom) will have its Finnish premiere at Tampere Film Festival. Communications Assistant Mirjami Vertainen interviewed documentary’s directors Sophie Robinson and Dunstan Bruce. How did the collaboration start, how did the filmmaking go and what is the cultural heritage of Chumbawamba?
” The Finished Piece Is Always a Surprise. ”
Tampere Film Festival’s new colorful look has earned praise for its abundant deliciousness. The abstract painting is a joint effort by artists Inka Hannula and Teemu Raudaskoski.