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A call for entries for 21st Tofifest. Kujawy Pomorze Region IFF is now officially announced
This year marks the 21th edition of the Tofifest. Kujawy Pomorze Region International Film Festival. Come to Toruń to spend the five days from 27th June to 2nd July 2023 and enjoy this celebration of cinema. More »

We know the winners of the 20th edition of the Tofifest International Film Festival. Kujawy Pomorze Region
The actors Aleksandra Popławska and Robert Więckiewicz are the two winners of the Golden Angel Award for Artistic Insolence. The Golden Angel for Lifetime Achievement goes to film director Filip Bajon. Maria Dębska receives the Golden Angel Award for a Promising European Actress. The Flisak Award founded by the President of Toruń for film artists associated with Kujawsko-Pomorskie Region is given to Tomasz Ziętek. More »

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ON AIR

ON AIRON AIR. International Competition is the main section of the festival. Every year this competition gathers some of the most important new films chosen from regular applications and selected from those screened at the most significant festivals in the world, including Rotterdam, Berlin, Cannes, as well as our partner festivals. This is the first time the competition is going to put directors’ first and second films ON AIR… More »

10 to 1110 to 11
11’e 10 kala
dir. Pelin Esmer
Turkey, Germany, France 2009, 110’
AltiplanoAltiplano
Altiplano
dir. Peter Brosens, Jessica Hope Woodworth
Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium 2009, 109’
Eyes Wide OpenEyes Wide Open
Einaym Pkuhot
dir. Haim Tabakman
Israel, France, Germany 2009, 90’
First of all, FeliciaFirst of all, Felicia
Felicia inainte de toate
dir. Razvan Radulescu, Melissa de Raaf
Romania 2009, 120’
FrancescaFrancesca
Francesca
dir. Bobby Păunescu
Romania 2009, 94’
Street DaysStreet Days
Quchis dgeebi
dir. Levan Koguashvili
Georgia 2010, 86’
To the SeaTo the Sea
Alamar
dir. Pedro González-Rubio
Mexico 2009, 73’
Women without MenWomen without Men
Zanan-e Bedun-e Mardan
dir. Shirin Neshat, Shoja Azari
Austria, France, Germany 2009, 95’