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Pärnu International Documentary and Anthropology Film Festival

Pärnu, Estonie

25/06/2018 - 08/07/2018

Pärnu International Documentary and Anthropology Film Festival aka
Pärnu Film Festival

Born from Lennart Meri’s idea in 1987 the Pärnu International Documentary and Anthropology Film Festival is the oldest of its kind in the Baltic countries and is about to happen for the 31th time in 2017.

One of the main themes of the festival has always been the survival of indigenous peoples and their cultures. But the screening program also includes social interpretations of contemporary society, portraits of interesting people and human relations as well as films on music and art.
Children and youth have always been included, both at workshops and watching the competition program of children and youth films.

Main subjects of the festival are: Human Interest, Social Issues, Art, Music, Culture, Survival of Indigenous Cultures, Docs for Kids, Author's POV.

Since 1999, a separate competition has been held for films, that will be broadcast in Estonian Television (Estonian People's Award). Next to awards given by the jury there is always the program on TV for the people to vote. In cooperation with the Estonian Television we show absorbing and deep docs to the whole of Estonia, give votes and choose the best film worth the Estonian People’s award. The beautiful blanket of West Estonian pattern will be won by the film maker whose work will get the greatest number of votes.

Dates de l’édition 2019 encore inconnues
Date limite d'inscription : 1er Avril 2019 (sous réserve)

Date limite d’inscription des films : 1 Avril 2018