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What will you see this year at PÖFF?


13. November 2013

What will you see this year at PÖFF?

The Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival (PÖFF) returns for the 17th year in a row. It’s the biggest film festival in North Eastern Europe. The main programme features the International competition programme EurAsia and Tridens Baltic feature film competition. Side programmes include fiction and documentary features from the previous two years, a retrospective of a filmmaker, genre or studio, and focus on a specific country. The festival continues to grow in popularity. Last year PÖFF attracted nearly 70,000 cinema visits and held over 700 screenings.

15 November – 1 December

Tallinn, Various Locations

Tickets available from Piletilevi.

 

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