Our event was named “a festival with a high concentration of good films […] which brought together filmmakers from Italy, Austria, Germany and Switzerland in a charming manner”, thus justifying our hard work.
This 33nd edition of our festival brought many filmgoers to Bozen last April, with some 5,700 guests making it one of our most successful years in recent memory. The programme featured 65 films as well as a huge offering for young filmmakers, musicians and students.
What we achieved in 2019 is now our goal and guiding principle for the 34nd BOLZANO FILM FESTIVAL BOZEN, which will bring fresh contemporary films and their key players to Bozen between the 13th and 18th April 2021.
FIVE COMPETITIONS AND PRIZES WITH THREE INTERNATIONAL JURIES
Prize for Best Feature Film
Prize for Best Documentary
Audience Award for Best Feature Film or Documentary
School Pupil Jury Prize
Prize for Outstanding Film Career
The industry’s initiative for young filmmakers
A European guest country:
Focus Europa, which showcases a different European country each year, presents a series of highlights from the country’s current and past film productions. Following Slovenia (2016), Luxemburg (2017) Lithuania (2018), Hungary (2019), 2021’s focus will be Czech Republic
A platform for South Tyrolean Filmmakers
Following previous major showcases of, amongst others, film editor Evi Romen, or pieces by honorary Bozner Lucio Rosa, Wolfgang Penn, 2021 will see the pioneering work of Carmen Tartarotti.
MADE IN SOUTH TYROL
Where we display films made and funded in South Tyrol.
CAMPUS. INDUSTRY MEETS FESTIVAL
Workshop and speed dating
Venues throughout South Tyrol
Rendezvous with filmmakers