The 13th Tartu Love Film Festival, organised by the team at the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival, has announced its full lineup, consisting of 11 features and three documentaries, including the Baltic premiere of the Berlinale Gold Bear winner, provoking docu-feature hybrid Touch Me Not, directed by Adina Pintilie.
A love-soaked, summer rendezvous at our unique Tartuff film festival is the ideal way to set the tone for a beloved summer.
A love-soaked, summer rendezvous at our unique Tartuff film festival is the ideal way to set the tone for a beloved summer. We are one of the only festivals where lovers of film and life can view a diverse selection of genre and documentary films, all focusing on the themes of love. Flight Network, a leading travel agency, has recognized the importance of our inspiring mission and included us in their list of Europe’s Best Film Festivals in 2018.
In this impressive list, Flight Network mentioned what a stellar opportunity our festival offers to view a quality collection of films in the cosy midsummer atmosphere of the biggest open-air cinema in the Baltics. This environment is one of the many reasons why our festival is the most cherished summer festival in Estonia. Also featured, was the fact that all screenings at Tartuff are accompanied by family-friendly events including daily discussions, lectures and special events.
The European film festival scene is one of the most coveted in the world, and 2018 is gearing up to be an unforgettable year. Tartuff will be sure to add an important essence of warmth and compassion to this dynamic celebration of film.