The Innsbruck Nature Film Festival is quite possibly one of the most inspiring — and emotionally charged — events of 2017. Dedicated to showcasing the top nature and environment-related films, this festival tackles the vital topics of our time: climate change, sustainability, and survival. Most of all, the INFF brings together films that embody the beauty of Planet Earth, making the festival a socially-enriching experience for all.
Using the alpine Austrian city of Innsbruck as its annual stage, INFF makes a point of highlighting renowned directors who are devoted to capturing nature’s greatest wonders, and their long-term fragility. Competition categories range from documentaries, shorts, and young talents, uniting films with a sharp environmental and ecological focus.
The 2017 INFF takes place from Oct. 10 till Oct. 13 in Leokino Cinema in Innsbruck. Leokino is not only one of the most important and open cinemas in Tirol for off-mainstream films and events, but also an architectural highlight in the center of Innsbruck. Its authentic atmosphere and technical expertise are the main reasons for the cooperation with the Leokino, which has lasted more than a decade.
In addition to the competition, INFF also offers a diverse program of events, including exhibitions, lectures and workshops. Tickets range from 9 to 30 euros, depending upon the pass type.