History

The foundation for the Sehsüchte Film Festival was laid as early as 1972, when the University for Film and Television of the GDR organized the “FDJ-Student Days” for the first time and presented its own works, later expanding to include other “friendly” countries. Subsequently, the Studententage grew to become the Eastern Bloc’s largest student film festival. In 1995 the Media Studies students took on the Festival and renamed it Sehsüchte. Since then, each edition is newly formed under a team composed of that year’s class. This has enabled Sehsüchte to develop into a renowned platform for the next generation of international film talent.
The Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF, Germany’s oldest film school, has acted as festival location and mothership for many years; not just as an educational institution, but as an inclusive forum for students from around the world. The integration of Sehsüchte into the university context, and the close network of film students and the industry, sponsors, artists and academics remains unique to this day.

Contact us

51st International Student Film Festival Sehsüchte
Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF

Marlene-Dietrich-Allee 11
14482 Potsdam-Babelsberg
GERMANY

  +49 (0)331 6202 780

 

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