Posts tagged "awards"
The winners of Daazo's 4th Friss Hús International Short Film Festival!

The winners of Daazo’s 4th Friss Hús International Short Film Festival!

The winners of the 4th Friss Hús  International Short Film Festival were announced last Sunday in Budapest, at the. We are extremely happy with the turnout, almost all the screenings were sold out – both international and Hungarian ones. The festival was held from the 30th March until the 3rd of April, here are the list of winners:...
The winners of the 12th Jameson Cinefest!

The winners of the 12th Jameson Cinefest!

On Saturday evening they gave out the awards of the Jameson Cinefest International Film Festival, which was held at Miskolc, Hungary for the 12th time. The festival had to pleasure to welcome its biggest audience so far, and the crowds did not only came for the International Competition screenings, but to the Out of Competition,...
Orizzonti winners of Venice Film Festival!

Orizzonti winners of Venice Film Festival!

The 72nd edition of ‘Mostra Internazionale D’Arte Cinematografica la Biennale di Venezia – also known as the Venice Film Festival has ended this weekend. We wrote about the short films of the festival, which are always introduced in the Orizzonti selection, the section of “the new trends in the cinema”. Here are the winners: The...
A 12. KAFF - Kecskemét Animációs Fesztivál díjazottjai!

A 12. KAFF – Kecskemét Animációs Fesztivál díjazottjai!

A 12. KAFF nagydíját Ducki Tomek FÜRDŐ című rövidfilmje kapta. A 9. Európai Animációs Játékfilm Fesztivál legjobb egészestés animációja Sam Orti MEGSZÁLLVA című műve lett, Kecskemét város díját a lett Signe Baumane KÖVEK A ZSEBEMBEN című debütáló animációjának ítélte a zsűri. A közönségdíjas A TENGER DALA, Tomm Moore Oscar-jelölt meséje. Pro Cultura Hungarica díjban részesült...
The winners of Annecy Animated Film Festival!

The winners of Annecy Animated Film Festival!

The important and acclaimed Annecy Animated Film Festival ended last week for the 39th time, so they gave out the official awards as well. Here’s the list of winners: SHORT FILMS Cristal for a Short Film: We Can’t Live Without Cosmos by Konstantin Bronzit Jury Award: The Master by Riho Unt “Jean-Luc Xiberras” Award for...
Vienna Shorts Winners!

Vienna Shorts Winners!

The 12th VIS Vienna Independent Shorts ended yesterday, and they awarded the outstanding short films, with the total of 20.000 Euro. Here are the winners: VIENNA SHORT FILM AWARD 2015 – Best Austrian Film „Of Stains, Scrap & Tires“ – Sebastian Brameshuber – € 5.000 VIENNA SHORT FILM AWARD 2015 – Best International Fiction/Documentary Film...
The winners of the 61st Kurzfilmtage!

The winners of the 61st Kurzfilmtage!

On 5 May 2015 the 61st International Short Film Festival Oberhausen ended with the award ceremony. The Festival organisers look back on a successful event: 36 of the 76 screenings were sold out. With almost 18,000 entries, Oberhausen had as many visitors as in 2013 – after the exceptional 60th anniversary year 2014. The most...
The Award Winners of the 12th Brussels Film Festival – June, 2014 –  Sunshine, crowds and good vibes !

The Award Winners of the 12th Brussels Film Festival – June, 2014 – Sunshine, crowds and good vibes !

The 12th Brussels Film Festival closed on Saturday the 14th of June with the awards ceremony in the  presence of the prizewinners, followed by the screening of the film THE TWO FACES OF JANUARY, the  first feature film by Hossein Amini (the screenwriter of Drive) and based on the eponymous novel by the thriller queen Patricia Highsmith....
Go Short Awards

Go Short Awards

After five days of festival, the sixth edition of Go Short was a great success. Just like last year, the festival has grown. On Saturday 12 April Go Short announced the award winners of the European Competition, the Dutch and the Breaking Short Student Competition, and the Youth Award. These prizes are handed out by...
Praying for Snow - Recap of the Zubroffka International Short Film Festival

Praying for Snow – Recap of the Zubroffka International Short Film Festival

Being at Zubroffka in Bialystok, Poland is exciting, fun with a big doze of party buzz. Oh, and it’s also extremely cold. So were the films, but in a good way. Zubroffka programs consists mainly of arthouse dramas with that unique Eastern tone we all now from Eastern/Central European territories and that is of course...
Europe has significant part on the Oscars "short-list"

Europe has significant part on the Oscars “short-list”

From Cineuropa: Danish director Anders Walters’ Helium and Finnish director Selma Vilhunen’s Do I Have to Take Care of Everything? are among the 10 live action shorts considered for a nomination. Do I Have to Take Care of Everything? by Selma Vilhunen “It is overwhelming – I have made three films, and two of them have been shortlisted for an...
17th International Kurzfilmtage Winterthur: A recap of our experiences

17th International Kurzfilmtage Winterthur: A recap of our experiences

Winterthur. Or as they call it sometimes: “Winti”. A relatively small town of 100,000 people, 20 minutes from Zürich, is apparently the 6th biggest town in Switzerland. Every November, now for the 17th time, the Internationale Kurzfilmtage Winterthur is held in this clean, well organized (maybe even too well) city. This short film festival is...