Welcome to the 32nd Tromsø International Film Festival 17-23 January 2022
Outdoor screening of Guro Bruusgaard's feature debut HIM at the Winter Cinema. Three Norwegian films had their world premiere at TIFF 2021.
Ninjababy by director Yngvild Sve Flikke was the festival's official opening film and won the Tromsø Audience Award.
After TIFF 2021 went digital, all film industry events was moved to TIFF's online platforms.
Gritt Director Itonje Søjmer Guttormsen and actor Birgitte Larsen in conversation with Festival Director Lisa Hoen after the film's world premiere. Filmmakers participated at the festival, either in person or online.
This year's award ceremony was streamed live from TIFF's own cinema, Verdensteatret. The Truffle Hunters won the main award, The Aurora Prize and the FIPRESCI Award at TIFF 2021.
TIFF 2021 was a different festival, but had many spectacular moments - on screen and above. Welcome back to the 32nd edition of TIFF, 17-23 January 2022!
Tromsø International Film Festival is
an important arena for the Norwegian and international film industry.
The festival hosts a number of seminars and events for film professionals.
Did you know that TIFF also has a children's film festival and a
silent film festival? Or that we run the cinematheque at Verdensteatret
the whole year through - and screen movies in Russia?
Making the Tromsø International Film Festival wouldn't be possible without the help of our dear partners.
We are the largest and northernmost region in Norway. With an area of about 75,000 km2, Troms and Finnmark make up 23% of the country's total area.
UiT The Arctic University of Norway is a medium-sized research university that contributes to knowledge-based development at the regional, national and international level.
Lerøy Aurora AS is part of Lerøy Seafood Group, a world-leading seafood corporation with a history reaching back to 1899
– a new city centre in Tromsø