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Industry events at Friss Hús
Industry events at Friss Hús
All about the past, present and future - this is what awaits participants at Friss Hús Film Festival's professional programmes, with a unique variety of film events: career advice, film analysis, film history, film distribution and science communication.
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Here is the Hungarian competition programme of Friss Hús!
Here is the Hungarian competition programme of Friss Hús!
The Hungarian line-up of the Friss Hús Budapest International Short Film Festival is announced. Amongst the 38 films selected for this year's Hungarian competition programme are works by well-known filmmakers who have won awards at international festivals, as well as debut features, live-action films and animations.
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The second Friss Kakas Animation Film Festival ends on a high note
The second Friss Kakas Animation Film Festival ends on a high note
This year, once again, there was a great interest in MOME diploma films and animations by MOME graduates. Exciting professional programmes, special presentations on animation career opportunities, Grafix-fair: The Friss Kakas Animation Film Days have come to a close.
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In addition to the latest MOME animations, and internationally successful movies, the audience can explore animation career paths on the Friss Kakas
In addition to the latest MOME animations, and internationally successful movies, the audience can explore animation career paths on the Friss Kakas
Friss Hús Budapest International Short Film Festival and the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Anim team are organizing the Friss Kakas Animation Film Days at Toldi Cinema in Budapest. The festival returns again after last year’s renewal, this year on October 6 and 7.
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Terry Gilliam backs up Balázs Turai’s short
Terry Gilliam backs up Balázs Turai’s short
In just one year, Balázs Turai's animated short film Amok has been selected by more than 100 film festivals in 47 countries. The film's executive producer is none other than Terry Gilliam, also known from Monty Python.
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Entries are open for the 2024 edition of Friss Hús
Entries are open for the 2024 edition of Friss Hús
The 12th Friss Hús Budapest International Short Film Festival will take place between 30 May and 5 June, 2024. Entries are now open, the earlybird deadline is 15 August!
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Women Win Big at the Friss Hús Budapest ISFF Awards Ceremony
Women Win Big at the Friss Hús Budapest ISFF Awards Ceremony
Among the Hungarian films in the competition, AFFRICATE and 27 won the main awards; the French short film ROADTRIPPER won the Best Short Film Award in the international section. Adél Kováts and Rozi Székely took home the award for Best Acting Performance.
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What is success in the film industry? Focus on audiences, festivals and marketing
What is success in the film industry? Focus on audiences, festivals and marketing
On June first, the 11th Fris Hús Budapest Short Film Festival will kick off! In addition to the Hungarian and international competition programme and the thematic blocks, the festival programme will feature panel talks and networking events with acclaimed national and international experts. The audience can also meet this year's Friss Csillagok (Fresh Stars) at the Puskin Cinema.
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Real Hungarian Stars in Hungarian Short Films
Real Hungarian Stars in Hungarian Short Films
The Hungarian official competition lineup for the 11th Friss Hús is official. Tickets on sale now.
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The International Competition of the 11th Friss Hús Is Open To The Public
The International Competition of the 11th Friss Hús Is Open To The Public
Here are the first films of this year's festival: world premieres, Cannes and Venice festival favourites, exciting travelogues, stories from heaven and hell, and short films about mothers, fathers and couples at Friss Hús.
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Budapest Debut Film Forum – Winners Announced
Budapest Debut Film Forum – Winners Announced
The Hungarian production Lady Sunshine receives the award for the most promising full-length film project, and the most promising series prize-winning is Cold from Lithuania.
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The Program of the 2023 Budapest Debut Film Forum Has Been Announced
The Program of the 2023 Budapest Debut Film Forum Has Been Announced
The event will be organized between 27 and 31 March at Kristály Színtér on Margaret Island and welcomes those interested in a pitching forum for series and film plans, professional presentations, and case studies of successful debut works.
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Budapest Debut Film Forum (BDFF) announces its fourth edition
Budapest Debut Film Forum (BDFF) announces its fourth edition
Get your first feature film or series project shaped with professionals in a four-day workshop in Budapest!
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The Friss Hús-Winning Földiek Online
The Friss Hús-Winning Földiek Online
Now available to watch online, Ádám Freund's surreal family sci-fi film Földiek (“Earthly People”), which won the Best Live-Action Short Film at the 5th Friss Hús Budapest ISFF Awards and was screened at several international festivals, receiving various awards. It has also been nominated for a Student Academy Award.
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A record number of submissions for the 11th Friss Hús
A record number of submissions for the 11th Friss Hús
We are thrilled to announce that the call for entries for the 11th Friss Hús Budapest ISFF received a record number of submissions – nearly 1500 titles from over 60 countries!
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Alba Vulva wins ARTE Prize in Munich
Alba Vulva wins ARTE Prize in Munich
Alba Vulva, the latest short film from Dorka Vermes won the ARTE Prize at the Filmschoolfest Münich, which is one of the world's biggest student film festivals.
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The Neighbours Film Festival Has Started in Ukraine
The Neighbours Film Festival Has Started in Ukraine
Friss Hús ISF takes part in a collaboration which highlights short films of the neighbouring countries of Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Ukraine.
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Friss Hús Goes Queer!
Friss Hús Goes Queer!
Every year we try to showcase some of the most exciting international and local LGBTQ+ films to our audience. The Queer Dreams is an audience-favourite each year, and this year we selected seven new films. Even more thrilling: three of the films will be Hungarian films.
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The 10th Friss Hús Awards were presented
The 10th Friss Hús Awards were presented
From the Hungarian selection The Love of Things One Can Lose and Above the Clouds were the winners, while from the international selection the Lithuanian techno-revolutionary story was awarded.
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Amok wins Annecy!
Amok wins Annecy!
After its successful world premiere at Friss Hús, Balázs Turai's mesmerizing animation short film Amok had its international premiere – and it won the world's most important animation film festival!
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