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Euregion Film Festival 2022

NO DISTANCE, NO BORDERS, NO LIMITS

Celebrate the world of short films, watch CineTalks & Short Film Competition and network!

Startdatum

07 maart 2022
om 10:00


Einddatum

07 maart 2022
om 22:00

Locatie

Stationsplein 5
6411NE Heerlen

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Euregion Film Festival 2022

For it's seventh edition, the Euregion Film Festival, stands strong once more. This year will put a spotlight on collaboration and co-production. Crossborder Film Conference, Euregion Film Pitch, Short Film Competition, special screenings, networking drinks and many more: discover international new talents, learn from experienced professionals, get to know each other and exchange. Regardless of politics, geography or languages, the film world is always advancing: no borders can limit us.

Take this opportunity to meet and learn from international makers: check films from all over the world, and have a chance to discuss them through our Q&A sessions and Filmmakers talks; broaden your horizons with our special networking events, and reach out to our guests and participants to spark new collaborations, make new friends and be creative together.

Program and a festival pass


Short Film Competition | Theater Royal Heerlen | March 5

A pass for two screenings can be bought for 8€ (7,00€ + 1,00€ service costs). You can buy a pass here

Short Film Competition | online | March 1 (10:00) - March 6 (23:00)

A pass to watch all the films online via the VOD CineMakers.eu  can be bought for 5€ (4,00€ + 1,00€ service costs). Click here to buy a online festival pass. The link will be sent to you on March 1 at 10:00. 

Please find the program below.

Euregion Film Festival Program 2022 | Films

01 maart 10:00 Short Film Competition CineMakers VOD Online | NO DISTANCE, NO BORDERS, NO LIMITS (ENG)

Don’t miss 12 international and Euregion short films selected for the Short Film Competition! Starting from March 1 (10:00) till March 6 (22:00), you can watch films online and vote for your favourite film that will get an Audience Award!

Films are screened with English subtitles.

Selected films Short Film Competition:

International

  1. ANOUSH | Deniz Telek | Turkey

  2. Everyman | Jack Goessens | United Kingdom

  3. I’m not Telling You Anything, Just Saying | Sanja Milardović | Croatia

  4. Reduction | Réka Anna Szakály | Hungary

  5. The other side | Jakub Zalewski | Poland

  6. The sound of Water | J.B. Braud | France

  7. You must have come from Hell | Hayfaa Chalabi | Sweden

Euregion

  1. Autumn | Pim Christian de Vries | Netherlands

  2. Le Pain | Pepijn Tebrunsvelt | Belgium

  3. TILT | Björn Schürmann | Germany

  4. Wall #4 | Lucas Camps | Netherlands

  5. Woodland Cemetery | Niels Bourgonje | Netherlands

Films are screened with English subtitles.

Ticket: 5,00€ (4,00€ + 1,00€ servicekosten)

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01 maart 10:00 CineTalks | Filmmakers in Competition

Check our social media or vimeo to get to know filmmakers whose films are selected to the Short Film Competition! Every day, starting from March 1, you will watch short interviews with directors, who will talk about their film, experiences and funny stories from shooting days with our host Saskia Loesser!

Check filmmakers talks following this link bit.ly/filmmakerstalkseff2022.

03 maart 20:00 Screening | Licorice Pizza

Paul Thomas Anderson, Fiction, United States, 2021, 134 min

In 1973's Los Angeles, with the glamour of Hollywood within walking distance, follow Gary and Alana, two young people who embody the carefree spirit of the times.

Films are screened with English subtitles.

Tickets and info at https://filmhuisdespiegel.nl/p...

04 maart 19:00 Graduation Films Maastricht Institute of Arts

ZUYD University of applied sciences presents the work of its students: Discover a selection of five graduation films made by the talented students at the ZUYD university of applied sciences.

  • De Bezoekers (Menno Habets, 2021, the Netherlands, 14 min)

An old man, secluded from the outside world, starts to think that strangers are invading his home.

  • Another Boy Drowning (Niels Hollands, 2021, the Netherlands, 10 min)

A young soldier wakes up in limbo and tries to survive by withstanding the mental confrontations of mother nature, which are based on myths from the province of Limburg in The Netherlands.

  • De Taal van Casper (Marieke van de Sanden, 2021, the Netherlands, 7 min)

After a fight with his mother, Casper decides to run away. He meets a stranger who teaches him more about himself.

  • ALTERITY (Milan Potten, 2021, the Netherlands, 5 min)

During a stressful period in his life, Jake tries to find peace in the local park, but experiences a dissociative episode. Through the dance in his own mind he eventually finds his rest.

  • Desalniettemin (Veerle Houben, 2021, the Netherlands, 8 min)

When Jacob (25) does not get any attention from his surroundings, he tries to use pity to raise attention.

By invitation only.

05 maart 15:00 Film | Short Film Competition 1 (ENG) | Royal Theater Heerlen

Don’t miss the first part of the Official Competition where international and Euregional films will compete for the Best Film and Best Euregion Film!

The selected films:

1. TILT (Björn Schürmann, 2021, Germany, 14 min)

While a paramedic works a 24-hour shift to help people, she finds herself in a spiral of violence and oppression.

2. Woodland Cemetery (Niels Bourgonje, 2021, the Netherlands, 9 min)

A photographer has the assignment to shoot Skogskyrkogarden, a cemetery located in the woods of Stockholm. There, she sees an old woman placing a lantern on a grave. When the photographer shoots a picture of this very private moment, she soon finds out that this haunting image is more haunted than she bargained for.

3. ANOUSH (Deniz Telek, 2020, Turkey, 15 min)

Anoush, a little girl, goes to borrow a wedding dress from a distant relative for her brother's wedding.

4. I’m not Telling you Anything, Just sayin' (Sanja Milardović, 2020, Croatie, 17 min)

Zrinka arrives in her hometown for a few days to do some location scouting. She stays at her mother Tanja's place. Since Tanja's behaviour seems strange, Zrinka takes her location scouting in order to find out what is troubling her.

5. The Sound of Water (J.B. Braud, 2021, France, 11 min)

One day in Osaka, Chisato evaporated without a word. Paul, who had crossed her path, sets off to Koyasan, a sacred mountain, in the hope of finding her.

Films are screened with English subtitles.

Ticket: 5,00€ (4,00€ + 1,00€ servicekosten)

05 maart 17:00 Film | Short Film Competition 2 (ENG) | Royal Theater Heerlen

The second block of the Official Competition films is in no way inferior to the first one. Take a seat and enjoy a wide range of different short films:

1. REDUCTION (Réka Anna Szakály, 2021, Hungary, 11 min)

Two girls live together along the post-apocalyptic coast, both sharing the same goal of reaching the other side in hopes of a better life. However, when a mysterious character enters the life of one, a chain of irreversible events begins. Relationships fall apart along with the very world around them.

2. Everyman (Jack Goessens, 2021, United Kingdom, 11 min)

A personal, visual essay about gender transition – focusing on the social context and implications and exploring how the world is different living as female compared to being perceived as male.

3. Le Pain (Pepijn Tebrunsvelt, 2021, Belgium, 10 min)

Le Pain is a historical short film that follows a house search during the 2nd World War. A German soldier investigates whether a jewish family is hiding in a dilapidated farmhouse that only seems to be inhabited by a French speaking Belgian girl.

4. The other Side (Jakub Zalewski, 2021, Poland, 12 min)

Marcin is a big hearted person with a large amount of energy for living. His biggest dream is a career in a e-sport world and he does everything to develop himself in what he really loves. On the other side of the screen life is different. There are moments of joy and happiness, but also sadness and loneliness.

5. Autumn (Pim Christian de Vries, 2021, the Netherlands, 4 min)

Autumn brings the wind that carries a falling, withered leaf through the memories of a woman’s youth and her relationship with a once young man. But spring brings new light and life to withered leaves and lives.

6. You Must Have Come From Hell (Hayfaa Chalabi, 2021, Sweden, 5 min)

In her short film, Chalabi tells about her own asylum experience and the roles that refugees are forced into in Sweden. She explores the impact of structural apathy towards refugees in migration offices, socio-political discourse, and private spaces.

7. Wall 4 (Lucas Camp, 2021, the Netherlands, 7 min)

When a cinema audience starts mocking the film they're watching, the events in the theater take an unexpected turn.

Films are screened with English subtitles.

Ticket: 5,00€ (4,00€ + 1,00€ servicekosten)

05 maart 19:00 Film | Made in Limburg | Cast & Crew Screening

Limburg has so much to offer! In this special, non-competitive, cast & crew screening of the films that are filmed in Limburg and produced during an annual program of CineSud Shorts Lab 2021!

1. Amy & May (Catherina Iosifidis, the Netherlands, 2022)

The friendship between two best friends Amy (16) and May (16) is tested when they meet two boys while going out

2. Blauwe Regen (Jet Kragt, the Netherlands, 2022)

After giving birth to her stillborn child, Saar flees into what could have been her future. When the safe delusion is overtaken by harsh reality, everything becomes unbearable.

3. Schaamhaar (Wibout Warnaar, the Netherlands, 2022)

The life of a balding man in his thirties has improved significantly since he started wearing a wig, but hiding his baldness from his new girlfriend brings many challenges.

4. Le Trajet (Marie Lormeau, the Netherlands, 2022)

Nathalie picks up her daughter Julie from the mall where she’s just been caught stealing. Entrapped in the car, the exhausted single mother and her rebellious but fragile teenage daughter get into an argument which soon escalates into a violent altercation.

By invitation only.

05 maart 20:30 Networking Drinks

Stay for the networking drinks, meet & mingle the filmmakers and audience and engage in driven conversations around refreshing beverages.

06 maart 15:00 Short Film Competition Q&A & Award Show (Online)

Tune in to CineSud social media and share the joy and exaltation during the award show as we announce the winners of the Short Film Competition!

06 maart 14:00 Screening | Un Monde

Laura Wandel, Fiction, Belgium, 2021, 72 min

A dive into the sometimes cruel and brutal school life, through the eyes of a first grade girl who can no longer stand to see bullies make her older brother's life miserable.

Films are screened with English subtitles.

Tickets and info at https://filmhuisdespiegel.nl/p...

06 maart 16:00 Première: GELUKZOEKERtjeS incl. Q&A (NL)

Discover the new documentary by Jamil Makhoul and Moos Pozzo GELUKZOEKERtjeS. When director Jamil Makhoul in AZC Heerlen (Asielzoekerscentrum), became acquainted with Moos Pozzo of Stichting de Vrolijkheid he was immediately intrigued by the name of the foundation. What is the "happiness" of people who stay in an AZC? And how do they relate to the loaded term “Gelukzoeker” ("happiness seeker") used in the Dutch discourse to refer to asylum seekers and refugees?

Film is screened with Dutch language.

Ticket(s) bestellen
06 maart 19:00 Screening | The Hidden Life of Trees

Jörg Adolph, Documentary, the Netherlands, 2020, 98 min

Can trees communicate with each other? Do they have a memory and a social life? Forest ranger and bestselling author Peter Wohlleben dives into the hidden world of the forests.

Films are screened with English subtitles.

Tickets and info at https://heerlen.partijvoordedi...

Euregion Film Festival Program 2022 | Masterclasses

05 maart 10:30 Masterclass | Relatable characters: Avoiding Stereotypes and One-dimensional Characterisation (Online)

Learn from coach Floor van Lissa as she teaches about characterisation and fair representation. The class will focus specifically on characterisation and how to make well rounded characters without falling into the trap of stereotypical characterisation.

Floor van Lissa (Scriptwriter) After graduating from the Dutch film academy in 2014, Floor van Lissa (1988) has been working on a wide range of fiction projects. She writes for Dutch television (the VPRO production ‘Poesjes) as well as for the stage (Ulrike Quade Company, Boesjans) and for film (her first feature film ‘Foodies’ is premiering in 2022). Floor also works as a script coach for both documentary and fiction filmmakers and teaches screenwriting at De Scenariovakschool. She also hosts and produces a podcast about screenwriting, called ‘Tekst Uit De La’.

The masterclass will be held in English.

7,00€ (6,00€ + 1,00€ servicekosten); VAT: 9%

Ticket(s) bestellen
05 maart 13:30 Masterclass | Location Scouting: Finding the Perfect Place for Your Story to Unfold (Online)

During the class the filmmakers will learn about casting, labour and copyright laws around actors; what they can and cannot be asked to do for a role, how to handle stunts, extras, child actors, etc. This class will also touch on casting processes and how to find the right fit for your character.

Jahfed Wismans (Location Scout) started working in the Dutch film industry back in 2008, in production, and soon after started his career as a location scout and manager for a wide variety of Dutch series and films. Through his field of activity Jahfed had the chance to travel and has explored the Netherlands and the surrounding area, from Friesland to Belgian Limburg. One aspect of his position he enjoys most is the ability to meet new and different people and the specificities of each project he gets to work on. Although guidelines can be given, not one situation is ever the same. Jahfed worked for widely viewed Dutch series amongst which “Flikken Maastricht”, “Dokter Deen”, “Moeder ik wil bij de Revue”, and many more.


The masterclass will be held in English.

7,00€ (6,00€ + 1,00€ servicekosten); VAT: 9%

Ticket(s) bestellen
05 maart 15:30 Masterclass | Casting & Acting Regulation: Movie Stars and Their Rights (Online)

During the class the filmmakers will learn about casting, labour and copyright laws around actors; what they can and cannot be asked to do for a role, how to handle stunts, extras, child actors, etc. This class will also touch on casting processes and how to find the right fit for your character.

Marina Wijn (Casting Director) graduated in 2002 with a Masters Degree in Theatre Science. Since then, she has worked as a Casting Director for almost 16 years. During her career she cast over 80 feature films and series. Of which the Emmy Award Winner, Anything Goes (2015) is just one example of many. In addition to casting, she teaches at acting schools both in The Netherlands and abroad. Marina is a member of the International Casting Directors Network (ICDN), Casting Society of America (CSA) and The European Film Academy.

The masterclass will be held in English.

7,00€ (6,00€ + 1,00€ servicekosten); VAT: 9%

Program booklet
Euregion Film Festival 2022

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"Great festival with highly professional workshops. They’re there to showcase the films and the filmmaker."

Jack Goessens

Film selection

Read more on the selected films and get teased by trailers, snippets and stills!

The pre-selection for the Official Competition has been done by Alexander Gusev (EFF festival programmer).

Euregion Film Festival 2022 | Short Film Competition

The 12 selected films of the Euregion Film Festival's Official Competition.

TILT

Björn Schürmann | 14’14’’ | Fiction | Germany | 2021

While a paramedic works a 24-hour shift to help people, she finds herself in a spiral of violence and oppression.

Woodland Cemeteray

Niels Bourgonje | 09’45’’ | Fiction | the Netherlands | 2021

A photographer has the assignment in Skogskyrkogarden cemetery, Stockholm: she soon finds out that the haunting image she captured is more haunted than she bargained for.

ANOUSH

Deniz Telek | 15’00’’ | Fiction | Turkey | 2020

Anoush, a little girl, goes to borrow a wedding dress from a distant relative for her brother's wedding.

I’m not Telling you Anything, Just saying

Sanja Milardović | 17’41’’ | Fiction | Croatia | 2020

Zrinka arrives in her hometown for a few days to do some location scouting and discovers that her mother Tanja's exhibits a very strange behaviour.

The Sound of Water

J.B. Braud | 11’21’’ | Fiction | France | 2021

One day in Osaka, Chisato evaporated without a word. Paul, who had crossed her path, sets off to Koyasan, a sacred mountain, in the hope of finding her.

REDUCTION

Réka Anna Szakály | 10’56’’ | Animation | Hungary | 2021

Two girls live together along the post-apocalyptic coast. When a mysterious character enters the life of one, a chain of irreversible events begins.

Everyman

Jack Goessens | 10’52’’ | Documentary | United Kingdom | 2021

A personal, visual essay about gender transition – focusing on the social context and implications and exploring how the world is different living as female compared to being perceived as male.

Le Pain

Pepijn Tebrunsvelt | 10’’ | Fiction | Belgium | 2021

Namur, 1941. A German soldier investigates whether a jewish family is hiding in a dilapidated farmhouse that only seems to be inhabited by a French speaking Belgian girl.

The other Side

Jakub Zalewski | 12’30’’ | Documentaire | Poland | 2021

Marcin is a big hearted person with a large amount of energy for living. His biggest dream is a career in e-sport. On the other side of the screen life is different.

Autumn

Pim Christian de Vries | 04’25’’ | Animation | the Netherlands | 2021

Autumn brings the wind that carries a falling, withered leaf through the memories of a woman’s youth and her relationship with a once young man.

You Must Have Come From Hell

Hayfaa Chalabi | 05’22’’ | Animation | Sweden | 2021

In her short film, Chalabi tells about her own asylum experience and the roles that refugees are forced into in Sweden.

Wall #4

Lucas Camps | 07’54| Fiction | the Netherlands | 2021

When a cinema audience starts mocking the film they're watching, the events in the theater take an unexpected turn.

Euregion Film Festival 2022 | Meet the Jury

Meet this year's Professional Jury!

Franziska Benz | Euregion Short Film Competition

Franziska is a German actress based in Cologne. She studied acting at the famous „Akademie für darstellende Kunst Baden-Württemberg and started her acting career on theatre stage (Staatstheater Stuttgart, Nationaltheater Mannheim, among others). Franziska is known for the leading role in the German soap opera Alles Was Zählt (2016-2019). She hosts the acting-podcast Spielplatz in which she interviews different people of the filmindustry and also directs an acting studio in Cologne.

Dave Damon | Euregion Short Film Competition

Dave studied business economics but always had a passion for film. AT5 opened his eyes to the magic of television and film. He made programs such as AT5 Journaal, Amsterdam Inc. and Bright TV. After acquiring his production experiences at the Dutch National television he founded InFocus Producties. His passion for film and storytelling is one of Dave’s strong skills. His last productions include de Beul van Entgen Luyten, the Origins and Piece of Art.

Abigail Prade | Euregion Short Film Competition

Abigail is a Dutch filmmaker based in New York City. After studying art history, she studied directing at New York University, Tisch School of the Arts. Her thesis film, Future Perfect was shot in Seoul and screened at the Netherlands Film Festival. In 2018 Abigail was selected to be part of the Locarno Filmmakers Academy and was presented as an emerging talent to the international film industry. Abigail is currently developing her first feature film and works as a freelance director and producer.

Euregion Film Festival 2022 | Meet the Coaches

Meet this edition's Professional Coaches!

Floor van Lissa | Masterclass Relatable Characters

Floor van Lissa (Scriptwriter) After graduating from the Dutch film academy in 2014, Floor van Lissa (1988) has been working on a wide range of fiction projects. She writes for Dutch television (the VPRO production Poesjes), for stage (Ulrike Quade Company) and for film (Foodies). Floor also works as a script coach for both documentary and fiction filmmakers and teaches screenwriting at De Scenariovakschool. She also hosts and produces a podcast about screenwriting, called ‘Tekst Uit De La’.

Jahfed Wismans | Masterclass Location Scouting

Jahfed Wismans (Location Scout) started working in the Dutch film industry back in 2008, in production, and soon after started his career as a location scout and manager for a wide variety of Dutch series and films. Through his field of activity Jahfed had the chance to travel and has explored the Netherlands and the surrounding area, from Friesland to Belgian Limburg. Jahfed worked for widely viewed Dutch series such as Flikken Maastricht, Dokter Deen, Moeder ik wil bij de Revue, and many more.

Marina Wijn | Masterclass Casting & Acting Regulation

Marina Wijn (Casting Director) graduated in 2002 with a Masters Degree in Theatre Science. Since then, she has worked as a casting director for almost 16 years. During her career she cast over 80 feature films and series (Emmy Award Winner, Anything Goes (2015)). She teaches at acting schools both in The Netherlands and abroad. Marina is a member of the International Casting Directors Network (ICDN), Casting Society of America (CSA) and The European Film Academy.

Important! Due to the covid-19 restrictions, the Crossborder Film Conference - including the Euregion Film Pitch and FilMatch - is postponed till April 22 and will take place in Venlo during The Limburg Film Festival in Maaspoort.

Crossborder Film Conference

The Crossborder Film Conference in the heart of the Euregion and BeNeLux is focused on co-production among the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany & Luxembourg. During the next edition we will talk about film production anticipating on COVID-19, co-production possibilities within BeNeLux & Euregion, listen to case studies of co-produced projects and host Euregion Film Pitch and FilMatch - a matchmaking session for producers to meet potential co-producers.

Euregion Film Pitch

Are you developing a feature or documentary project, searching for a (co)producer and a development grant? Then the Euregion Film Pitch is the place to be! During the Crossborder Film Conference hosted by the Limburg Film Festival you can present your projects to the invited professionals and jury and win €2.000 for the development of your film!

To apply to the Euregion Film Pitch please follow this link.

FilMatch

Are you developing a feature or documentary project, searching for a (co)producer? During the Crossborder Film Conference hosted by the Limburg Film Festival you can take part in the FilMatch - a matchmaking session for producers to meet potential co-producers to further develop the projects. During one hour, you will have 10-minute meetings with producers from Euregion: the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium & Luxembourg.

To apply to the FilMatch please follow this link.

The Euregion Film Pitch and the FilMatch are co-hosted by the Creative Europe Desks in the Euregion: Netherlands, NRW (Germany), Belgium & Luxembourg.

The Euregion Film Pitch and the FilMatch are open for submission for filmmakers from the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and Luxembourg.

Would you like to visit the Crossborder Film Conference?

Check Crossborder Film Conference program here!

Euregion Film Festival

Previous editions

Euregion Film Festival 2022

Euregion Film Festival 2022 has its hybrid seventh edition from March 1-6 both live and online. 12 short films competed in the short film competition, 4 films were shown in the 'Made in Heerlen'-special. The side-program consisted of Filmmakers- and CineTalks, workshops and industry meetings. Best Film was given to Everyman, Best Euregion Film to Wall #4, Special Jury Mention to You Must Have Come From Hell, and the Audience Award to Le Pain.

Euregion Film Festival 2021

Euregion Film Festival 2021 took place March 1-7, online (due to the covid19-pandemic). 19 short films competed in the short film competition, 4 films were shown in the 'Made in Heerlen'-special. The side-program consisted of more than 20 Filmmakers- and CineTalks, workshops and industry meetings. Best Film was given to You Are Always 20, Best Euregion Film to Split-Up, Special Jury Prize to Dalia and the Audience Award to Charlie Z.

Festivalguide 2021

Euregion Film Festival 2020

Euregion Film Festival 2020 took place March 19-22, online (due to the covid19-pandemic we were forced to go online one week before the start of the festival). Around 20 films were shown, including 4 world premieres. Special guests were – amongst others – Bas Devos, Marietta von Hauswolff, Jolein Laarman, Ibo Karatay and Reinier Selen. Best Film was given to Unlike Today, Special Jury Prize and the Youth Jury Award to Something About Alex.

Festivalguide 2020

Euregion Film Festival 2019

Euregion Film Festival 2019 took place March 21-25 in Schunck in Heerlen. More than 20 films were shown, including 5 world premieres. Special guests were – amongst others – Moniek Kramer, Marietta von Hauswolff, Bart van Langendonck, Denis Vaslin, Hans de Wolf, Genaro Rosato and Janet van den Brand. Best Film was given to Pistol, Special Jury Prize to Patision Avenue and the Youth Jury chose as well Pistol as Best Film. The festival attracted 1000 visitors.

Festivalguide 2019 | Photo album 2019 | Aftermovie day 1 | Aftermovie day 2 | Aftermovie day 3

Euregion Film Festival 2018

Euregion Film Festival 2018 took place March 22-25 in Schunck in Heerlen. More than 40 films were shown, including 5 world premieres. Special guests were – amongst others – Johan Leysen, Kristof Hoornaert, Germen Boelens, Joost Rekveld, Joost Seelen, Peter Bouckaert and Remy van Heugten. Best Film was given to Wild Beast, Best Euregional Film to Stille Storm. The festival attracted 1020 visitors.

Festivalguide 2018 | Official selection 2018 | Photo album 2018 | Aftermovie day 1 | Aftermovie day 2 | Aftermovie day 3 | Aftermovie day 4

Euregion Film Festival 2017

Euregion Film Festival 2017 took place March 16-19 in Schunck in Heerlen. More than 35 films were shown, including 8 world premieres. Special guests were – amongst others – Martin Koolhoven, Robert-Jan Westdijk and Kaweh Modiri. The 2017 edition of Euregion Film Festival hosted the first edition of DocCampus and FilmCampus. Best Film winner was Allegory of the Jam Jar, Best Euregional Film Tien by Nathalie Crum. The festival attracted 750 visitors.

Festivalguide 2017 | Photo album 2017.

Euregion Film Festival 2016

Euregion Film Festival 2016 took place January 22-24 in Schunck in Heerlen. More than 30 films were shown, including 6 world premieres. Special guests were – amongst others – Pieter Kuijpers, Anne Gehring, Vera Ketelaars, Max Porcelijn, Pedro van Eecken en Harro van Staverden. The 2016 edition of Euregion Film Festival hosted the first edition of the Crossborder Film Conference. Best Film winner was Mediation, Best Euregional Film Home Suite Home by Jeroen Houben. The Special Jury Prize went to The Blue & The Beyond by Youri Dekker. The festival attracted 700 visitors.

Festivalguide 2016 | Photo album 2016

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