2014 Innsbruck Nature Film Festival international nature film competition in Austria.

The deadline for applications is August 15, 2014.

The Innsbruck Nature Film Festival is an international nature film competition, offering motivated filmmakers a platform for presenting their latest work. Four film festival days with film presentations and a high-quality side program are the framework for an on-topic, ecological, and artistic discourse. The Tiroler Umweltanwaltschaft [Environmental Ombuds Office Tirol] as the organizer is looking forward to welcoming you in Innsbruck in fall!

The 2014 INFF takes place from Oct. 21 till Oct. 24 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.

The INFF – an International Film Festival on the subject of nature & environment – takes place in 2014 for the second time. Professional filmmakers, as well as amateurs and young talents are cordially invited to participate.  A renowned expert jury will select the winners in each category.

Deadline: 15 August 2014
Open to: professional filmmakers, amateurs and young talents
Awards: total worth approximately €15,000 divided in several categories


The Innsbruck Nature Film Festival (INFF) is an International Film Festival on the subject of nature & environment that takes place in 2014 for the second time. The 2014 INFF is scheduled for 21st October through 24th October in Leokino Cinema in Innsbruck, Austria.

The 2014 Innsbruck Nature Film Festival is presented by the Tiroler Umweltanwaltschaft. Since 2001 Landesumweltanwalt Johannes Kostenzer has organized the Innsbruck Nature Film Days, a cinema event lasting several days, which has become established as one of the fixed points in the event calendar of the City of Innsbruck. One of the central tasks and integral part of modern nature conservation work is to make people aware of special attractions and phenomena in nature, of its beauty and diversity.

The categories for the 2014 INFF are Documentary, Feature Film, Short Film, and Youngsters.


  • Professional filmmakers, as well as amateurs and young talents are invited to participate.
  • For the Youngsters category the age limit of the entrant is 21 years.


A package of prizes is offered for the award-winning films, in total worth approximately EUR 15,000.

Category Documentaries: 

  • 1st Prize: € 3,000;
  • 2nd Prize: € 2,000;
  • 3rd Prize: € 1,000.

Category Shorts:

  • 1st Prize:  products worth € 2.500;
  • 2nd Prize: products worth € 1.500;
  • 3rd Prize:  products worth € 1.000.

Category Feature: to be announced.

Category Youngsters:

  • 1st Prize:  € 1,000;
  • 2nd Prize: € 500;
  • 3rd Prize:  € 250.

The categories for the 2014 INFF are:

– Documentary
– Feature Film
– Short Film
– Youngsters


Address for submissions
Tiroler Umweltanwaltschaft
Innsbruck Nature Film Festival
Meranerstraße 5/III
6020 Innsbruck
Austria, Europe

[email protected]


The the application forms including the terms of participation are ready for download?:

– Application form
Application form Youngsters
Terms & conditions of participation

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the  Innsbruck Nature Film Festival


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