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TIFF – The Inigo Film Festival


"The cinema enjoys a wealth of languages, a multiplicity of styles and a variety of narrative forms that are truly great: from realism to fable, from history to science fiction, from adventure to tragedy, from comedy to news, from animated cartoon to documentary. It thus offers an incomparable storehouse of expressive means for portraying the various areas in which the human being finds himself and for interpreting his inescapable calling to the beautiful, the universal and the absolute." (John Paul II.)

 

The Jesuits are pleased again to announce the 4th “Iñigo Film Festival” for short films at the World Youth Day 2013 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Entries are accepted in the following categories: narrative fiction, animated and documentary on the general theme of "City of God". A wide variety of interpretations of this topic is expected and encouraged.

 

For example, submissions are welcomed:

- that reflect the spiritual yearnings and experiences of young people today;

- that show the presence and/or absence of God in our modern secularized world;

- that take into account the twin dimensions of faith and justice.

The ‘Iñigo Awards’ will be given to the three best short films. There will be a first prize of EUR 2.500, with a second and third prize of EUR 1.500 and EUR 1.000 respectively. There will be two additional Awards: one to a film chosen by the audience, “The Audience Award” (non-monetary), and “The Fidel Goetz Emerging Film-Maker Award”, which includes FCP Studio Pro and a stipend for the Festival. Each prize is accompanied with a professional software bundle by Showbiz (Budgeting, Scheduling & Producer)


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The Inigo Film Festival calling for shorts...

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  TIFF Regulations for the 4th  Iñigo Film Festival 2013   1. The 4 th  Iñigo Film Festival (TIFF) and the “Iñigo Awards” are sponsored by the Society of Jesus as represented by the Conference of European Provincials (CEP). 2. The prizes (“Iñigo Awards”) will be awarded to short films on the theme “City of God”. The maximum length is 20 minutes. The format for submissi...

TIFF Inigo Film Festival Director's interview on filmfestivals.com

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  How long has the festival been going, and why not make it an annual event? I started TIFF in 2005. Every film festival has two challenges: who is going to watch your films (audience) and the huge expenses of having everything screened in 35mm. We connected TIFF with the World Youth Day - which runs every three years in a different big city in the world, which would give us the largest worldwide international young audience. During our screenings we are overrun by young people. With ...

The Festival Director welcome statement on the 3rd Iñigo Film Festival!

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Dear festival visitors, welcome to the 3rd Iñigo Film Festival! The Jesuits proudly present a finest selection of short films from all over the world. Again, we focus on young filmmakers, which grapple with the spiritual dimension of life. We honor films, which reflect the spiritual yearnings and experiences of young people today, which show the presence and/or absence of God in our modern secularized world or which take into account the twin dimensions of faith and justice. The general th...

Past winners at second TIFF edition

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Congratulations to the Winners 2008! from left: Barbara Brown-Graham FCJ, Richard Leonard SJ, first prize winner Dean Yamada, Adrian Marbacher NSJ, Christof Wolf SJ (festival director), Stephen Curtin SJ, Steve Cote Winner 1st prize: Mujo No Kaze (JAPAN) Winner 2nd prize: Cocoon (BELGIUM) Winner 3rd prize: Blind (USA) Fidel Goetz Emerging Film-Maker Award: Le Tournant d’une Vie (BURUNDI) Audience Award: Judas’ Pane (CANADA) ...

Call for Entries

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TIFF – THE INIGO FILM FESTIVAL Madrid - SPAIN August 16 to 19, 2011 In the Spotlight this week is THE INIGO FILM FESTIVAL (TIFF), an international celebration of films on topics of faith and spirituality, taking place on World Youth Day in Madrid, Spain. TIFF showcases short films made by filmmakers under age 35, covering a wide variety of interpretations on Festival's theme: "City of God." The Festival seeks filmmakers who successfully integrate their relig...

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