Programs -> Interfilm Inside

IF 01 Highlights interfilm 2004

Bus Stop :: Eternel Feminin :: Little Things :: We Have Decided Not To Die :: desafío a la muerte :: Vergissmeinnicht :: Noodles :: Zur Zeit Verstorben :: Strict Eternum :: Kvinnokraft :: more info

IF 02 Eastfront / Westfront

Ein-Blick :: Berliner Blau :: Einschub in den Bericht des Politbüros :: Kontakt :: Konrad! Sprach die Frau Mama :: Austausch :: Berlin 56 :: Hans im Glück :: America Sells :: Berlin Berlin :: more info

IF 03 Love Shocks - Shorts Attack DVDs

Inge und Rudolf: Der ganz normale Horror :: Non-Fat :: Noodles :: Grauzone :: Quak :: Funkel :: Zippo :: Roof Sex :: Oh my God :: more info

IF 04 New Ways/Directions for Short film

"The future of micromovies as an independent short film format."

The shorter, the better! Times are changing for short formats.

At last year*s festival interfilm held a competition for films made using a mobile, the Siemens MicroMovie Award. Since then, the interest in this format has grown - in the form of mobile content, visual ring tones, party gags or as a new art form.

Friday, Nov. 4th, from 5pm - 7pm, Festival Lounge Kino Babylon Berlin:Mitte
International guests illuminate the wide spectrum and perspectives of new short film formats:
- WWP, Vienna: Marc Uricher was project director for the first Siemens MicroMovie Award, taking place during the 20th interfilm Short Film Festival, the St. Kilda Festival (Australia) and the São Paolo Short Film Festival (Brazil). This year he*s in charge of the Blue Tooth Project, wherein interfilm visitors can receive the visual festival journal on their mobiles.
- Festival Pocket Films, Paris: Benoît Labourdette scouts out the new asthetics of mobile-made films, sheds light on market influence and questions social implications.
- MicroMovie Media, Potsdam: Patrick Winczewski develops new ultrashort mobile content formats and reports on developments and visions of the mobile as an entertainment medium.
- interfilm Berlin, short film distribution: Matthias Groll and Marie Wilz report on the distribution of minimovies as mobile content.
- Mediaboard Berlin-Brandenburg: A representative analyses the framework specifications of location-sponsoring in the field of mobile entertainment.
- St. Kilda Festival, Melbourne: Malcolm Blaylock reports on the Siemens MicroMovie Award in Australia.
Going Underground and B-in-Berlin

On Saturday, Nov. 5th, at 5pm, at the same location, you can catch the highlights of the last Going Underground festival that broke the U-Bahn monotony for one week in February of this year. As a treat we*re showing the winner of the film award from the fashion exhibition B-in-Berlin that took place this year - for the first time with the support of interfilm.
Free admission!