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  • NIHRFF 2021

    ← back to the Archive NIHRFF 2021 Programme by sections: NIHRFF 12 in photos We have compiled impressions of the NIHRFF 2021 and indulge in memories.

  • Fotorückblick NIHRFF 12

    ← back to programme overview 2021 NIHRFF 12 in photos 29.9. 30.9. 1.10. 2.10. 3.10. 4.10. 5.10. 6.10. Wednesday, September 29, 2021 – Opening © Nuremburg International Human Rights Film Festival (NIHRFF), photos: Steffen Kirschner Thursday, September 30, 2021 © Nuremburg International Human Rights Film Festival (NIHRFF), photos: Steffen Kirschner Friday, October 1, 2021 ©…

  • Weekender 2020

    Archive Weekender 2020 ADAM MA/F 2019, 98 Min., DCP, Arabic with German subtitles, director: Maryam Touzani, actors: Lubna Azabal, Douae Belkhaouda, Nisrin Erradi a. o. BECOMING BLACK D 2019, 91 Min., DCP, director: Ines Johnson-Spain THERE IS NO EVIL Sheytan vojud nadarad D/CZ/IR 2020, 150 Min., DCP, Farsi with German subtitles, director: Mohammad Rasoulof, actors:…

  • NIHRFF 2019

    ARCHIVE NIHRFF 2019 Programme All films A-Z Accompanying Programme Sections: Here you find film description videos in German sign language for our deaf audience. Photos

  • NIHRFF in sign language

    Über NIHRFF Eintritt und Kinos Eröffnung Filmprogramm NIHRFF for hearing impaired and deaf audience We warmly welcome deaf and hard of hearing people at the Nuremberg International Human Rights Film Festival.Here you can find German sign language videos with information about our festival and the film program. General Information The Nuremberg International Human Rights Film…

  • Homepage

    NIHRFF 13 – Save the date! The next big festival edition of NIHRFF will take place from September 24 until October 7, 2023 at Filmhaus Nuremberg. NIHRFF 12 in photos We have compiled a few impressions of NIHRFF 2021. Have a look! NIHRFF Award Winners 2021 Nuremberg International Human Rights Film Award:This Is Not A…

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    Archive

  • Guests of Honor

    Guests of Honour Until 2017 NIHRFF honored a representative of the international film industry, who stands for great cinematic art and political-human rights commitment, with the NIHRFF Honorary Award.

  • About the Festival

    About NIHRFF The Nuremberg International Human Rights Film Festival (NIHRFF) is Germany’s biggest and most important film festival on human rights. The biannual festival presents international film art with a conscience from all around the world since 1999. With three international competitions, a high-profile jury, around 50 filmmakers, many activities for industry representatives and numerous…

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    Festival

  • Open Eyes

    Open Eyes Open Eyes – is the educational film project of the Nuremberg International Human Rights Film Festival in cooperation with Filmhaus Nuremberg. The programme combines cultural and political education in an innovative way. In contrast to NIHRFF, the Open Eyes school film project takes place on an annual basis. Open Eyes has been supported…

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    Service