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The city becomes colorful
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The city becomes colorful

February 21 2022

This year's FILMFEST MUNICH design created by Dutch illustrator Zeloot

Pieces of a discussion
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Pieces of a discussion

April 5 2022

For three days in late March, the Evangelische Akademie Tutzing was the site of an intense discussion on diversity in film. We are letting different voices have their say here — briefly and concisely — in the hope that this will lead to further dialogue, including with those who could not be present.

Report on the symposium "Seeing and Being Seen: Representation in Film"
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Report on the symposium "Seeing and Being Seen: Representation in Film"

April 28 2022

Stereotyped roles, entrenched structures, and a lack of transparency in decision-making processes are evidence that the German film and TV industry needs to demonstrate a willingness to change. But how can change be brought about? How can established paradigms be discarded?

Around the world in 12 films
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Around the world in 12 films

May 6 2022

This year’s program at KINDERFILMFEST MÜNCHEN invites you to travel around the world! Starting from a village in rural Bavaria in the opening film THE ROBBER HOTZENPLOTZ, the films take their audiences to the United States, into fascinating realms of fantasy, to Hungary, to a small island in the middle of Lake Titicaca, and back to Europe.

High up and far below
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High up and far below

July 4 2021

High above the clouds and deep in the basement, six genre films with cult potential explore the human condition.

The past and other catastrophes
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The past and other catastrophes

July 5 2021

The Latin American films at the festival this year not only address the (political) history of their respective countries, but also take a metaphorical and at times surreal approach to the everyday lives of young people today.