KuFF – Kumu Art Film Festival

The Kumu Art Film Festival (KuFF) is the first and only cultural event in Estonia to focus on the relationship between film and the visual arts. During the four days of KuFF, documentary, staged and experimental art and artist films will be screened in the Kumu auditorium. The film-makers are all connected to the visual arts in one way or another, and they reveal this relationship in their films. This means focusing on the pictorial language of film and its dislocation, documenting the internal life of the art world, combining film and video art strategies, and much more.

Kumu Art Film Festival 2018
31.10–4.11.2018 at Kumu Auditorium
The Kumu Art Film Festival KuFF takes place for the third year in a row and forms a part of the Kumu Art Museum’s research and exhibition project focussing on the 1990s. Other events in the project besides KuFF are the exhibition X-Files. Registry of the 1990s (02.11.2018 – spring 2019, curators Eha Komissarov and Anders Härm) in the contemporary art gallery of Kumu, and the conference Lost and Found Spaces: Displacements in Eastern European Art and Society in the 1990s (01.–03.11.2018) in the Kumu auditorium.

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Mare Pedanik