Our next festival – NIHRFF 10 – will take place from Sep 27 to Oct 4, 2017.
Unfortunately we are unable to accept film submissions for our 2017 edition. Our programming team will be decimated in 2017 and we would not be able to do justice to all the hundereds of submitted films.
We have therefore decided to fully curate the programme.
Unfortunately we are unable to accept film submissions for our 2017 edition.
Because of reduced staff numbers this year, our programming team is smaller than before and we would not be able to do justice to the hundereds of submitted films. We have therefore decided to fully curate the programme.
Keep always up-to-date with our newsletter and register here.
To sweeten the wait for our next festival, we proudly present to you our NIHRFF Weekender which will take place from Sep 29 to Oct 3, 2016 at Filmhaus Nürnberg.
All Films Weekender Calendar
Talking About Borders is an international drama competition and theatre festival which takes place in Nuremberg. This year’s country in focus is Poland. In cooperation with Talking About Borders, NIHRFF presents six contemporary Polish films that reflect on the socio-political situation in Poland. All films will be screened in their original language with either English or German subtitles. Venue is Filmhauskino at Königstr. 93, 90402 Nuernberg.
The award winners of the 9th Nuremberg International Human Rights Film Festival have been announced!
The Nuremberg International Human Rights Film Festival is Germany’s oldest and biggest human rights film festival.