The 15 best Hungarian short movie posters

The 15 best Hungarian short movie posters

The fifth edition of Friss Hús is coming, there will be a lot of great Hungarian shorts just like in the previous times, so we looked back and collected our favourite Hungarian short movie posters from the past few years. 
Generation 2017: Celebrating 40 Years of Film Programming for Young Audiences at the Berlinale

Generation 2017: Celebrating 40 Years of Film Programming for Young Audiences at the Berlinale

Forty years ago, the Berlinale launched the festival programme for the young cineastes. From the beginning the concept was embraced and celebrated by its target audiences and consequently expanded through the establishment of a further competition programme catering to adolescents. Since 2007, the Generation section has united the Kplus and...
Calling for submissions to the 19th MuVi Award

Calling for submissions to the 19th MuVi Award

On 13 May 2017, the winners of the 19th MuVi Award for the best German Music Video will be chosen at the 63rd International Short Film Festival Oberhausen. Submissions will be accepted until 15 February 2017. The MuVi Award goes to the directors for the best visualisation of a piece...
Jelentkezz a Friss Hús rövidfilmes pitch fórumára

Jelentkezz a Friss Hús rövidfilmes pitch fórumára

A Daazo által szervezett FRISS HÚS Nemzetközi Rövidfilm Fesztivál programjában idén is megrendezzük a rövidfilm pitch fórumot. A rendezvény célja, hogy lehetőséget teremtsen fiatal filmes alkotóknak előkészületben levő projektjeik prezentálására és azok megvitatására.
Oberhausen Seminar for Curators, Filmmakers, Researchers

Oberhausen Seminar for Curators, Filmmakers, Researchers

We received the great news that the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen is now calling for applications to the Oberhausen Seminar. The London-based researcher and writer Michele Pierson will lead the workshop along with Canadian curator, critic and researcher Mike Zryd. The Oberhausen Seminar will take place during the 63rd Festival (11-16 May...
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An interview with Pilar Palomero, selected participant of the ESP

An interview with Pilar Palomero, selected participant of the ESP

Insights and ideas from the Spanish filmmaker.  Why was it important for you to apply to the European Short Pitch? For me it was important to apply to the European Short Pitch because I knew it was going to be a great opportunity to help develop my project, not only in a narrative sense, but...
An interview with Aino-Maria Suni, selected participant of the ESP

An interview with Aino-Maria Suni, selected participant of the ESP

The Helsinki based filmmaker talks about ESP and what she fights hardest for. Why was it important for you to apply to the European Short Pitch? Currently I study screenwriting in an MA course in University of Salford in Great-Britain. During my studies I have gained some understanding in the art of storytelling and my...
Body Dance Picture Winners Announced

Body Dance Picture Winners Announced

One-minute for (dance) film competition – Award winners Jointly organized by the Foundation for Contact Dance & Orkesztika Foundation Jury award: Best One-minute 2014 The jury does not give the award of the Best One-minute 2014 film. For the future the jury gives some advices about the films, generally: One part of the topic of the...
London Short Film Festival 2014 Winners

London Short Film Festival 2014 Winners

The winners of the LSFF11 were announced on Sunday. The winners were: British Council Award for Best UK Short  GETTING ON, Dir. Ewan Stewart, 9 mins (see a teaser of the film above). ICA Award Best Experimental Short END OF THE ROAD, Dir. London Fieldworks (Bruce Gilchrist and Jo Joelson), 11 mins Special Mentions: Swallow, Dir....
An interview with Norika Sefa, selected participant of the ESP

An interview with Norika Sefa, selected participant of the ESP

The young Albanian filmmaker shares with us how Nisi Masa influenced her work.   Why was it important for you to apply to the European Short Pitch? I have been following the previous script contest as a fan of their activity, admiring the winners that had the chance to be part of the workshop and...
Visegrad Animation Forum 2014

Visegrad Animation Forum 2014

  Submit your Animated Short Film and TV Series Projects in development to  VISEGRÁD ANIMATION FORUM 2014 Pitching Competition — WIN 2000 €. Two categories pitching competition, short film projects and TV series, is held by Association of Czech Animation within the industry section of its Visegrad Animation Forum (VAF) held at the International Festival...
Hungarians at Venice Film Festival Workshop

Hungarians at Venice Film Festival Workshop

The Biennale College – Cinema is a higher educational workshop for the development and production of micro-budget works, launched at the 69th Venice International Film Festival, 2012. At the close of an international call for participation, the initial submission counted 433 projects from 77 countries from around the world. The BCC’s mission is to promote emerging filmmaking talent...

Berlinale Shorts line-up announced

  Berlinale Shorts 2014: The line-up has been  announced! In 2014, 25 films from 21 countries will be competing for the Golden Bear for Best Short Film and the Silver Bear Jury Prize: fictional, documentary, experimental, essayistic and animated films all have an equal chance. Almost a third of these productions is not digital but was shot...
Agnés Godard, Christopher Doyle to give master classes at Berlinale Talents

Agnés Godard, Christopher Doyle to give master classes at Berlinale Talents

Berlinale Talents 2014: 300 Talents from 79 Countries / Cinematographers Agnès Godard, Franz Lustig and Christopher Doyle to Mentor Talents / New Initiative “Berlinale TalentsMarket Hub” Powered by Canon From a pool of 4167 applicants, an international jury selected 300 Talents from 79 countries and across the board of filmmaking disciplines. The Talents are invited to the HAU...
An interview with Daan Bunnik, selected participant of the ESP

An interview with Daan Bunnik, selected participant of the ESP

The young award winning filmmaker Daan Bunnik‘s newest project “Head-butt”  has been selected for the European Short Pitch organised by Nisi Masa – the European network of young cinema. We’ve recently caught up for a quick chat. Why was it important for you to apply to the European Short Pitch? At Bristol Encounters I met head of script...
An interview with Nadiya Koval, selected participant of the ESP

An interview with Nadiya Koval, selected participant of the ESP

 With my movie I want to recall the audience that it is better there where we are loved, and happiness is in our hearts – not in wallets or wealthy countries. Why was it important for you to apply to the European Short Pitch? “The Visit” is my newest project. I have not written original...
An interview with Pedro Flores, selected participant of the ESP

An interview with Pedro Flores, selected participant of the ESP

The Portuguese writer-director on his connection with short films, Godard and his latest project “Nausea” Why was it important for you to apply to the European Short Pitch? I look at the European Short Pitch as an opportunity to discuss my script with experienced screenwriters, to be able to pitch it to European producers, and...