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TIFF 2020 13-19 Januar

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13.-19. januar 2020

NUFF@TIFF 2020

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Best Nordic Film <18: 12

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Best Nordic Film 19-21: Dol. Mol.

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Best Nordic Film 22-26: Slowdance

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Best Nordic Film: Field Trip

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Best International Film: Bonobo

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Audience Award: Him And I

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NUFF@TIFF 2020

This is NUFF
The Nordic Youth Film Festival (NUFF), has been an international platform for countless young filmmakers since its beginning in 2003 and is an integral part of Filmveksthuset TVIBIT. 51 young filmmakers from all over the world gather in Tromsø.

Out of 737 submissions we selected 46 films for the international and the Nordic film competition. Two Jurys selected 5 winners and the NUFF-audience one film.
 
-          Best international film
-          Best Nordic film age group -          Best Nordic film age group 19-21
-          Best Nordic film age group 22-26
-          Best Nordic film
 
Nordic jury:
Liisa Haapanen (Finland), producer, journalist og director
Arne Papenhagen (Tyskland), ferstival producer at FiSH - Filmfestival Rostock
Eilif Bremer Landsend (Norge), filmmaker
 
International jury:
Noel Goodwin (UK), festival director Future Film Festival - BFI London
Marija Ratković Vidaković (Sweden/Croatia), documentary filmmaker
Mathilde Sofie Henriksen (Norway), actor & film consultant at Filmveksthuset TVIBIT
 
NUFF is happy to invite you to their reception for a nice mingling with some food on Friday 17th, 12:00 at TVIBIT (Parkgata 27/29)
 
Young Nordic Filmmakers 2019/2020
For the sixth time this year, the project “Young Nordic Filmmakers” provides 20 young participants a chance to develop their own short film projects and to join into an international exchange of ideas.
The  second part of the project will see the young people making narrative shorts, and will be held in the spring of 2020 in Tromsø, Norway.  The project is made possible by the European Union subsidy programme Erasmus+ Youth in Action, with the support of the Schleswig-Holstein Student Union, the BJF (German federation of film clubs for children and young people), and the Green Screen Festival in Eckernförde. Presented in cooperation with the international partners Station Next, the film school for young people (Denmark), the Oulu International Children’s and Youth Film Festival (Finland) and the Filmveksthuset Tvibit in Tromsø, Norway.