The IMZ Music Film Festival season has been a full blast
Once again the IMZ got to program and host some delightful music film festivals this summer of 2019 and attracting many culture seekers for the 29th time ever since the Music Film Festival`s launch back in 1991.
Rathausplatz Filmfestival 2019 © stadtwienmarketing_Johannes Wiedl
Vienna Music Film Festival Jekaterinburg © Evgeny Boyarskikh
Harbin Vienna Music Film Festival © Stadt Wien
Filmfestival Brno 2019 © Jirí Jelínek a Vojtech Kába
Known to being Europe´s largest cultural and culinary festival, the Film Festival at Vienna’s Rathausplatz is attracting around 900,000 visitors each year. From 29 of June till 1 September it supplied its viewers with superb cultural experience for ears and eyes with top-class music and art. Special highlights this year included the Children´s Opera Festival just like the 150th anniversary of the Vienna State Opera.
We are thrilled to report that throughout 3-27 July the Vienna Music Film Festival in Yekaterinburg (RU) got to celebrate their 10th festival jubilee with a groundbreaking audience number.
Set in the Spilberk Castle and part of the Spilberk International Music Festival by the Brno Philharmonic Orchestra, The Music Film Festival in Brno (CZ) opened its gates to the culture-hungry crowds from 14-22 August.
Last but not least we are happy to announce the first edition of Harbin Vienna Music Film Festival in China which took place all throughout August.
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