On September 18th The Tyrolean Independent Film Festival (TyIFF) celebrates independent films with the special open-air cinema in the in Innsbruck Walther  park. A Midsummer Night’s Cinema will be dedicated to women in cinema.

During this amazing film event, two films from Official Selection of ÉCU film festival 2015 edition will be screened:

  • BORDER TRAFFICKING by Peter Rautek (Austria). A woman in her mid twenties is trapped in a miserable existence as a sex worker in a small Czech village. Her inner conflict bubbles up to the surface when she decides to take her chance for a better future and runs. Check out the trailer here.


  • ONE THOUSAND AND ONE TEARDROPS by Fateme Ahmadi (UK). A magic teardrop-keeper tells Louly the stories of seven women from Iran, who have been dealing with compulsory dress codes for two hundred years. Here is the link for the trailer.

This special event starts with a concert followed by independent films‘ screenings. A perfect summer night filled with indie films and good music. It‘s free and it‘s great, so If you are around, make sure you will visit!

Here is the open-air cinema event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1666842330202188/

Also, check the Tyrolean Independent Film Festival (TyIFF) website here:


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