RIFF 2020 Sections
Discover the selection of RIFF 2020: browse through the sections to find out all the details of the films to see. For your convenience, they are arranged in a number of different categories.
RIFF JOINS KOLAPSE VIRTUAL FESTIVAL | 19. NOVEMBER - 21. FEBRUARY 2021
RIFF joins KABINETT on KOLAPSE, A Global Conversation to Rethink the World. A group of artists, musicians, writers, film-makers, activists and leaders from around the world will join KABINETT to present works of art, music, cinema and participate in talks about the future of our planet and the challenges humanity is facing in the coming decades.
RIFF 2020 | 24. SEPTEMBER - 4. OCTOBER 2020
A Different Tomorrow
Can we sustain our way of living indefinitely or must we change our lifestyles? Can our planet handle prolonged maltreatment? Do we behave ethically towards one another? The films in A Different Tomorrow shed light on environmental and humanitarian topics because, sometimes, the right film can change the world.
EFA Young Audience Awards
The EFA Young Audience Award is an official category of the European Film Awards, presenting three European films to 12-14 year old audiences across Europe, who watch the nominated films and act as a jury, voting for the winner. This year all films were screened online and My Brother Chases Dinosaurs (Mio Fratello Rincorre i Dinosauri) by director Stefano Cipani was voted as the best film.
The One Minutes
The One Minutes is a global network devoted to the moving image. Since 1998, The One Minutes has produced and distributed more than 17 thousand video works by artists from more than 120 countries. RIFF is grateful for its creative collaboration with The One Minutes the last few years.
Children & Youth Program
RIFF offers short film categories for children of different ages, from 4 to 16 years old that can be used in school work. Each category includes several short films and is approximately 70- 90 minutes long, and also includes supporting material that facilitates the supervisor's discussion with students.