Current Coffi

May 30
Call for entries 2017

The CALLS FOR ENTRIES are open!   Be part of COFFI Festival Berlin 2017 and submit your work! Festival: September 01-03, 2017 at ZK/U Berlin Deadline: June 30, 2017 Theme: Contaminazione We are looking for Italian artists based in Berlin or Italy and artists that want to exchange with Italian culture. PROFILE COFFI Festival Berlin...

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May 25
Theme 2017: Contaminazione

We are happy to announce the theme of the next festival edition: "Contaminazione" This relates to the themes of previous editions (2014: "Modern vs. tradition", 2015: "Growing on Diversity"), pursuing an ideal evolutionary process. The term "contamination" in the German language has a negative meaning, and is used basically as a synonym of "pollution"; however,...

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May 11
Vote for COFFI

Dear COFFI Supporters, we need your help! we have been selected by Quartiermeister for a sponsorship of 1000€! Quartiermeister funds social and cultural Projects four times a year in Berlin. It would be ultra cool from you, if you could take a few seconds to vote for us. ( 2 Projects have to be selected,...

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About

The COFFI Festival Berlin is an interdisciplinary art festival with origins in Italy. It connects creative minds with an Italian background and people from other cultures and disciplines.

Birth

COFFI was brought to Berlin in 2014 and comes from Angri (Salerno) in Italy, where it takes place under the name CortOglobo Film Festival Italia as a short film festival since 2004.

COFFI connects creative minds with an Italian background and people from other cultures and disciplines.

Evolution

Soon it was clear that the Berlin edition wanted to include more art forms than just film and it grew every year: no matter if art exhibition, performances, music, movies, food, workshops, startups or streetart.

Theme

The working title for 2017 is Contaminazione.

Manifestation

In the meantime we organize little events to get inspired and connected.

Sculptures: Simone Benedetto, Photographer: Jessica Quadrelli

Streetart: Nebel Eich, Photographer: Sandra Ratkovic