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CinePecs International Film Festival (Hungary)

CALL FOR ENTRIES: CinePécs International Film Festival, 4-10 October, 2010

Submission deadline for both categories: 20 June 2010.

 

This year Pécs (Hungary) is the European Capital of Culture in 2010. The festival presents the latest feature and documentary films of the Central and Southeast European regions

In the competition program the festival accepts the first, the second or the third feature and documentary film of the directors that were completed after 1 January 2009 in the countries of Central and Southeast Europe.

 

Prizes of CinePécs International Film Festival:

 

EUR 6000 for the Best Feature film

EUR 4000 for the best Documentary film

 

The best of the films left out of the competition will be screened in the Information section, films dealing with special thematic topics will be presented in the Focus section, and Hungarian films will be shown in further off-programs.

 
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The Jury from Karlovy Vary

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Grand JuryThe Grand Jury is presenting the Awards including the Grand Prix - Crystal Globe in the Official Selection - CompetitionClaudie Ossard, President of the Grand JuryThe career of this distinguished film producer and leading figure of French film began in advertising. As producer, she introduced the likes of Martin Scorsese and Emir Kusturica to the realm of advertising. In 1986 she gave her successful debut as a film producer with Jean-Jacques Beineix's Betty Blue, which brought her an O...

Winners of Tiburon Film Festival

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Winners of 2008 Tiburon International Film Festival : ‘Golden Reel Awards’ The winners of the Golden Reel Award were announced during a formal ceremony on Friday, March 21, 2008 in Tiburon, with many filmmakers, local guests, and dignitaries present. Best Film: The Yellow House, directed by: Amor Hakkar [Algeria] Best Director: Zoltan Kamondi, for: Dolina [Hungary]Best Actor: Jan Decleir, for A Perfect Match [Belgium] Best Actress: Minnie Driver, for Take {US]Best Documentary: Behin...

Golden Reel Revealed in Budapest

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BUDAPEST, Hungary-- After months of preparation, weeks of excitement and a week when Hungarian film has been the very focal point of Budapest, finally the result is out in the open and the 39th Hungarian Film Week has come to a halt. We can say that this past week has been a busy week full of programs and definitely full of films worth seeing.  February 5th, Tuesday night has proved to be the night awaited by many –the night of the closing award ceremony. As planned and anticipated, the re...

Golden Reel Revealed in Budapest

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BUDAPEST, Hungary-- After months of preparation, weeks of excitement and a week when Hungarian film has been the very focal point of Budapest, finally the result is out in the open and the 39th Hungarian Film Week has come to a halt. We can say that this past week has been a busy week full of programs and definitely full of films worth seeing. February 5th, Tuesday night has proved to be the night awaited by many –the night of the closing award ceremony. As planned and anticipated, the result ...

Budapest offers the Golden Reel at the 39th Hungarian Film Week

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The 39th Hungarian Film Week was officially opened yesterday in Budapest. Just to have a touch of Hollywood, the Hollywoodo Band played the music at the opening reception. This is the annual major film event in Hungary since 1969. The Week -- between January 29 – February 5 -- will present altogether 104 new works of which 18 full length features and 37 shorts and experimental films. In addition to the 33 documentaries 13 scientific and 3 creative - experimental documentaries will be showcase...

3rd CentEast Market Warsaw

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We are pleased to inform you about the selection of films and projects that will be presented at the 3rd CentEast Market Warsaw. CentEast Market Warsaw will be held October 17-21, 2007 and is organised by the Warsaw Film Foundation. The Sponsors and Partners are: MEDIA Programme of the European Union, Nescafé, Film Finders – A Division of Withoutabox, Hotel Sofitel Victoria, Twins, British Airways, BenQ, and MEDIA Desk Poland. The event is supported by Polish Film Institute and Polish Ministr...

Prizes of the 38th Hungarian Film Week

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Prizes of the 38th Hungarian Film Week FEATURE FILMSMain Prize for Best “Author” Film: ISKA’S JOURNEY directed by CSABA BOLLÓKMain Prize for Best “Genre” Film: KONYEC directed by GÁBOR ROHONYIBest Director: JÁNOS SZÁSZ for OPIUM - DIARY OF A MADWOMANBest Cinematography: TIBOR MÁTHÉ for OPIUM - DIARY OF A MADWOMANBest First Film / SIMÓ SÁNDOR PRIZE: ÁRPÁD BOGDÁN for HAPPY NEW LIFEBest Production Design:GYÖRGY ÁRVAI, EDIT SZŰCS, JÁNOS BRECKL, GÁBOR MEDVIGY and ZOLTÁN...

38th Hungarian Film Week opens with Pál Sándor’s Noah’s Ark

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38th Hungarian Film Week opens with Pál Sándor’s Noah’s Ark The traditional showcase of the newest Hungarian film production, the 38th Hungarian Film Week will be held on January 30 – February 6, 2007, in Budapest. For the first time in the history of the festival, a selection committee decided about the feature competition line-up which includes 18 movies. Pál Sándor’s new feature, Noah’s Ark will open the 38th Hungarian Film Week on January 30 in Budapest. Pál Sándor (A Strang...

Hungarian Film Week opens with Pál Sándor’s Noah’s Ark

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Pál Sándor’s new feature, Noah’s Ark will open the 38th Hungarian Film Week on January 30 in Budapest. Pál Sándor (A Strange Role, Berlin: Silver Bear, 1977, Daniel Takes a Train, Cannes: FIPRESCI Prize, 1983) new movie is starring Dezső Garas and Ferenc Kállai, legendary actors of the Hungarian cinema.The 38th Hungarian Film Week, the traditional showcase of the Hungarian film production of the year offers a good opportunity to have an idea of the trends of the Magyar cinematograp...
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