Oberhausen Film Festival
62nd Oberhausen Short Film Festival is calling for entries!

62nd Oberhausen Short Film Festival is calling for entries!

Submissions are now open for the competitions of the 62nd International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, which will take place from 5 to 10 May 2016. Deadlines depend on the submitted work’s country of production: the deadline for international productions is 1 February 2016 (receipt), the deadline for German productions, including submissions for the MuVi Award...
Poetry Clips, Questions of Faith, and Emerging Artists at the 61st ISFF Oberhausen!

Poetry Clips, Questions of Faith, and Emerging Artists at the 61st ISFF Oberhausen!

The next edition of the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen will be held between the 30th of April and the 5th of May. We previously shared on the blog the detailed programme of the Official Competition, but the listing doesn’t stop here. The festival offers a great number of smaller programmes, from 3D films for...
The official programme for ISFF Oberhausen!

The official programme for ISFF Oberhausen!

The 61st International Short Film Festival Oberhausen is going to be held between the 30th of April and the 5th of May! They announced the official programme of the festival, which is available on the official website of Oberhausen Film Festival. There’s a great number of categories, in which the selected films will compete and...
The Competitions of Oberhausen Film Festival - Strong Female Filmmakers

The Competitions of Oberhausen Film Festival – Strong Female Filmmakers

 The 61st International Short Film Festival Oberhausen has selected 132 films from 41 countries for its five competition programmes. With 59 entries the International Competition is the largest section by far. There are 19 films in the German Competition and 11 each in the NRW Competition and the MuVi Award, 35 productions will be shown...
Oberhausen Short Film Festival presents: Profile Ito Takashi

Oberhausen Short Film Festival presents: Profile Ito Takashi

The 61st International Short Film Festival Oberhausen is happy to announce a new Profile programme dedicated to Ito Takashi, one of the most important Japanese experimental filmmakers. Since his debut film Noh (1977), Ito has created an œuvre of almost 30 films and a singular visual language. He often works with photo sequences, most famously...