Tartuff 2023 full schedule OUT NOW!

The final boss of Tartuff 2023 open-air cinema is the cult classic "Grease"!

The film full of youthful joie de vivre was commemorated with a social media post by one of its leading actors, John Travolta, as it closes the PÖFF Love Film Festival in two weeks.

"It's hard to find a more perfect summer film," said Johan Kudu, director of Tartuff.

US director Randal Kleiser's musical tells a story about a boy band leader named Danny who falls in love with a gorgeous country girl Sandy, but hides his feelings. This year, the film is a part of repertoire of many outdoor cinemas around the world, as it turned 45 years old.



The largest open-air film festival in the Baltics will screen 12 films on Tartu Town Hall Square from 31 July to 5 August. Full schedule is available, including documentaries, children's and youth films.

As always, all screenings are FREE of charge.

What else can you see at PÖFF Love Film Festival Tartuffe?

Earlier this summer, Tartuff announced feature fiction films "The Salesgirl", "Sweet As" and "Ditto" and documentaries "Apolonia, Apolonia", "Artem & Eva", "Mother of All Lies" and "Eternal Memory".

The festival will open with Franz Malmsten's student film "Crossing the Line" and Michael Mann's crime thriller "Heat", which belongs to the modern film classics.

Tartuff Festival Club 2023 is the riverboat-bar Naiiv, which will host the "Tartuff Love Boat" series of events. More information TBA.

Tartuff is presented by Elisa and the City of Tartu. Sponsors are Toyota, Kvartal and Cramo. Supported by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia, the European Capital of Culture Tartu 2024 and the Ministry of Culture.

Tartuff, the PÖFF Love Film Festival, is taking place for the 18th time.