Kuki began as a children’s film section at interfilm’s International Short Film Festival Berlin in 2000. Soon, Kuki’s successfully grew into a big, fat festivals and celebrated the 1st edition in 2008. Known for its exceptional programming the International Short Film Festival for Children and Youth Berlin is dedicated to presenting fabulous and unusual films that young people would otherwise rarely get a chance to see.
Kuki 7th International Short film festival for Children and Youth Berlin 2014 takes place from 9th till 16th November 2014.
All KUKI and TeenScreen programmes will be shown at Filmtheater am Friedrichshain cinemas (with the exception of one of the “Schau auf die Welt” documentary screenings to be held on Tuesday 11.11.14 at Passage Kinos in Neukölln). Tickets to all screenings cost 3 euros per person. All films will be showed in the original language version with English subtitles. Films for children under 12 years of age will be given live voice-overs in German by professional actors, while all competition films in the TeenScreen section for youth will be subtitled in both English and German. All films in the foreign language programmes for youth will be screened in their original language versions and subtitled in the same language only.