Festival

Tartu Love Film Festival tARTuFF, organized  by the Black Nights Film Festival  takes place in Tartu from 3.-8. August, 2015. During the five festival days the guests can enjoy films on the big screen that is set up especially for the occasion on the Town Hall Square (Raekoja Plats). In addition, documentaries are shown in the KinoEkraan. The film programme is supported by the lectures during the day.  The daily activities are also intended for children.

Viewers are invited to choose their favourite film among the films screened.
tARTuFF 2015
  • 16 screenings
  • 19 500 visits
  • Audience award “X+Y” by Morgan Matthews (UK, 2014)

tARTuFF 2014

  • 15 screenings
  • 25 000 visits
  • Audience award: “Correction class” by Ivan I. Tverdovskiy (Russia, 2014)

tARTuFF 2013

  • 19 screenings
  • 22 000 visits
  • Audience award: “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” by Stephen Chbosky (USA, 2012)

tARTuFF 2012

  • 26 screenings
  • 17 930 visits
  • Audience award: “Café de Flore” by Jean-Marc Vallée (France, Canada, 2011)

tARTuFF 2011

  • 27 screenings
  • 21 337 visits
  • 6 days full of workshops, concerts and movies. 11 000 cups of  free coffee to the festival visitors.
  • Audience award:  “Waste Land” by Lucy Walker (Brazil, England 2010)

tARTuFF 2010

  • 22 screenings
  • 30 428 visits
  • 6 days full of workshops, concerts and movies. 12 000 cups of  free coffee to the festival visitors.
  • Audience award: Documentary “Paradise” by Jerzy Sladkowsk (Sweden, Finland 2007)

tARTuFF 2009

  • 24 screenings
  • 17 100 visits
  • 6 days full of workshops, concerts and movies. 5500 cups of  free coffee to the festival visitors.
  • Audience award: “Glasses” by Naoko Ogigami(Japan, 2007)

tARTuFF 2008

  • 24 screenings
  • 16 163 visits
  • World premiere of “Taarka”, party “Seto pido”
  • Photo contest “Love of Tartu”
  • Audience award: “Taarka” by Ain Mäeots

tARTuFF 2007

  • 24 screenings
  • 10 000 visits
  • 2 days conference ” The tolerants of religion”
  • Concerts every day in Paulgi coffee tent
  • Audience award “Harold and Maude” by Hal Ashby (USA 1971)

tARTuFF 2006

  • 24 screenings + Kieslowski “Dekaloog”
  • 10 000 visits
  • Conference “The tolenace of culture”
  • Audience award: “Volver” by Pedro Almodóvar (Spain 2006)