The winners of the 8th Friss Hús International Short Film Festival
From Thursday to Wednesday, Hungarian and international short films selected for the competition program of the 8th Friss Hús Budapest International Short Film Festival were screened at the Toldi Cinema. The awards for the festival were presented on Wednesday afternoon at 4 p.m.
Two Hungarian projects amongst the Budapest Debut Film Forum finalists
Katalin Moldovai, who competed in Cannes last year, will present her debut feature-film project, Total Eclipse and Borbála Nagy’s Nothing to See Here is also amongst the eight film project that were selected to this years Budapest Debut Film Forum, an international forum for first film projects.
Hungarian line-up of the 8th edition of Friss Hús Budapest is complete
The 8th edition of the ever so popular Friss Hús Budapest International Short Film Festival will be organised once again in the spring of 2020. The event has grown to be the number one celebration of short films over the years in Hungary, and will receive its audience from the 23rd until the 29th of March at the Toldi cinema in Budapest.
Three Oscar-nominated short films compete at the 8th Friss Hús Budapest ISFF
The competition program of the 8th Friss Hús Budapest International Short Film Festival will screen 17 foreign films, including three Oscar nominees. 10 films from the line-up were created by female directors. Friss Hús Budapest International Short Film Festival will take place from the 23rd to the 29th of March of 2020 at the Toldi Cinema in Budapest.
The Hungarian jury of the 8th Friss Hús Budapest ISFF
Meet the jury members of the Hungarian competition program of the 8th Friss Hús Budapest Short Film Festival!
Budapest Debut Film Forum is extending its submission deadline
Budapest Debut Film Forum is extending its call for projects for talented debut filmmakers in Europe.
Submit your film for the 8th Friss Hús with a discount
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The winners of the 7th Friss Hús Short Film Festival
The official Hungarian and International selection of the 7th Friss Hús International Short Film Festival premiered from Monday until Saturday. The award ceremony took place on Sunday at 4 PM.
Producer of Oscar winning Ida and Cold War is also coming to Friss Hús
Budapest Debut Film Forum will be organised for the first time during Friss Hús International Short Film Festival with the participation of Ewa Puszczynska (producer of Ida and Cold War), Juli Jakab (screenwriter, actress, protagonist of Sunset), György Kristóf (director of Out, Official Selection at Cannes) and further prominent members of the film industry.
The programme of the 7th Friss Hús is complete
The organisers have announced the much-anticipated programme of the 7th Friss Hús Budapest International Short Film Festival. The international section of the festival will feature three competition blocks of specific themes, an LGBTQ and a Horror selection, and a selection of both live action and animation French shorts. In the past years, thousands were curious to discover the newest and most innovative Hungarian and International shorts at Friss Hús. This year the festival awaits its audience with high-quality, daring and often astounding films.
Hungarian Lineup of Friss Hús Budapest is Complete
The 7th edition of Friss Hús Short Film Festival is starting soon, where amongst others, two Hungarian animation shorts that premiered at Berlinale, Mr. Mare and Entropia, a new film by Balázs Simonyi and Márton Szirmai as well as dozens of Hungarian and international short films will be screened.
Go Short 2019 focuses on Hungarian film talent
Go Short - International Short Film Festival Nijmegen has been the international stage for short film and young talent in the Netherlands for over ten years. The 11th edition of the Oscar and BAFTA-qualifying film festival will take place from 3 to 7 April 2019, and presents the best recent European short films. This year special focus will be given to the Hungarian short film.
Here Are the Winners of the 6th Friss Hús!
For five days, Hungarian and international short films were competing in Toldi Cinema at the 6th Friss Hús Budapest International Short Film Festival.