IFFI - Documentary Film Award of the City of Innsbruck

The Documentary Film Prize of the City of Innsbruck is awarded annually for the best film in the documentary film competition of the IFFI - International Film Festival Innsbruck in summer.

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Endowment: 3,000 euros

What is sponsored?

Every year the City of Innsbruck sponsors the winning film in the category "Best Documentary", which is awarded during the IFFI.

Who awards the prize?

City of Innsbruck

Since 1992, films from Latin America, Africa, Southeast Asia, Central Asia and Eastern Europe have been shown at the IFFI - International Film Festival Innsbruck (before 1999 America Film Festival or Cinevision). During the six days of the festival, approximately 60 programs will feature feature films and documentaries from regions and on topics that are underrepresented in global cinema networks. In addition, films by local filmmakers will be shown.

How do I apply?

Applications are open to documentary filmmakers working on the themes of the International Film Festival Innsbruck (IFFI).

Documentary films can be submitted at Film Submission - iffi.at.

Who decides on the award?

An dreindependent, international jury.

Previous award winners

YearAward winners
2023Winning film: ANHELL69 - Theo Montoya - Spain, 2022 - Colombia - France - Germany - Romania
Special Mention: NOUS, ÉTUDIANTS! (WE, STUDENTS!) by Rafiki Fariala - 2022 - DR Congo - Central African Republic - France - Saudi Arabia
2022Winning Film: MEDUSA - 2021 - Brazil - Anita Rocha da Silveira
Special Mention: GAEY WA'R (STREETWISE) - 2021 - China - Na Jiazuo
2021Little Palestine: Diary of Siege - 2021 - Lebanon - France - Qatar Abadallah Al-Khatib