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Spanish winner at the 4th BuSho Festival

The prizes of the 4th BUdapest SHOrt International Festival were handed over at noon, on 7. September at Vörösmarty Cinema. The 5-member international jury has decided that the best film was the “Traumatology” by a Spanish filmmaker, Daniel Sanchez Arévalo.
In the story of the film winning the Gold BuSho prize the wedding ceremony of a young couple is interrupted because of the heart attack of the bride’s dad. It tells the touchy story of a family which has to face social problems.
The Silver BuSho was taken by a Hungarian film: the work of Simonyi Balázs, entitled Original Lager. The explanation of the decision of the jury was: a movie which combines the retrofeeling and young intellectuality in a special era in a wonderful way. A curiosity: also last year’s Silver BuSho-prize went to Simonyi Balázs for his film entitled “ One vote”- made in coproduction with Tóth Barnabás.
"Small story, big movie about trust and desire” – the jury said about the film “Medium Rare” by Stephen Stuckert, which has won the Bronz BuSho-prize.

Further prizes:
The “prize of best selection” goes to the studio, organization or school which sends the most good works. This year this regard was given to a Hungarian studio: the Studio Baestarts.
A new category was born in base of the feedback of the audience: the category “Most popular film”. This went to the film “For a few marbles more” (Netherlands).
The National Student Jury and the international jury had the same opinion: the students gave the prizes to films which were all mentioned and outlined by the international jury, too. Their main prize was adjudged to a Romanian film: the Waves by Adrian Sitaru, their special prize was won by a Russian film: the Meat (by Slavia Ross).

Further prizes at the festival:
Best experimental film: Szöllősi Dániel: Hajdú Sound
Most talented youngster: Eileen Byrne (Germany) for her film “La nuit passé”
Best actress: Elinor Cohen (Israel) for her performance in the film Zohar
Best actor: Sergium Costache (Romania) for his performance in the film “ Waves”
Best idea: Alfonso Camarero (Spain): The Gynaecologist
Best animation: Yann Jouette (France): Berni’s Doll
Best photography: Maksim Shinkorenko (Russia) for the film Meat

The special mentions are:
Elaine Wickham (UK): My Mother
Ulrika Rang (Sweden): The Dildo
Alexei Alexeev (Hungary): KJFG No. 5.
Eve Spence (Australia): Playground

MAIN PRIZES:
GOLD BUSHO: Daniel Sanchez Arévalo (Spain) - Traumatology
SILVER BUSHO: Simonyi Balázs (Hungary) - Originál Láger
BRONZ BUSHO: Stephan Stuckert (UK) - Medium Rare

CATEGORY PRIZES:

BEST ANIMATION:
Yann Jouette (France): Berni’s Doll
BEST EXPERIMENTAL:
Szöllősi Dániel (Hungary): Hajdú Sound
BEST PHOTOGRAPHY:
Maksim Shinkorenko (Russia): for the photography of Meat
BEST ACTRESS:
Elinor Cohen (Israel): for her performance in the film Zohar
BEST ACTOR:
Sergium Costache (Romania): for his performance in the film Waves
LEGÍGÉRETESEBB TEHETSÉG / BEST YOUNGSTER:
Eileen Byrne (Germany): La nuit passé
BEST IDEA:
Alfonso Camarero (Spain): The Gynaecologist

SPECIAL MENTION:
Elaine Wickham (UK): My Mother
Ulrika Rang (Sweden): The Dildo
Alexei Alexeev (Hungary): KJFG No. 5.
Eve Spence (Australia): Playground

FESTIVAL’S SPECIAL PRIZES:
LEGJOBB VÁLOGATÁS / BEST COLLECTION:
Studio Baestarts (Hungary)
KÖZÖNSÉGDÍJ / AUDIENCE AWARD:
Jelmar Hufen (Netherlands): For a Few Marbles More

NATIONAL STUDENT JURY:
DIÁKZSŰRI FŐDÍJ / STUDENT JURY MAIN PRIZE:
Adrian Sitaru (Romania): Waves
DIÁKZSŰRI KÜLÖNDÍJ / STUDENT JURY SPECIAL PRIZE:
Slava Ross (Russia): Meat

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