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LET'S CEE Film Festival


LET‘S CEE Film Festival presents once a year in Vienna high-quality productions from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), including the Caucasus region and Turkey.

Since its first edition in 2012, the LET‘S CEE Film Festival has been providing an exclusive and attractive stage for Central and Eastern European cinematography. Its programme features a selection of the best current feature films and documentaries as well as promising short films, all of which take part in the festival‘s film competitions. In addition to those, the LET‘S CEE Film Festival also features various categories, ranging from legendary classics to topic-related retrospectives and tributes to distinguished children‘s films, depending on the respective topical focus. With only a few exceptions, almost all of the featured films are presented in the respective original versions with English or German subtitles. Many of these are Austrian premieres, being accessible to the Austrian audience for the first time ever.

One of the LET‘S CEE Film Festival‘s four main goals is to advance the international level of acceptance and distribution of Central and Eastern European films. Apart from that, the festival considers itself a forum aimed at initiating and supporting international film cooperation between filmmakers from the CEE region, Austria and other countries. Another one of LET‘S CEE's main goals is to promote promising talent from Central and Eastern Europe and Austria, as well as to make a significant positive contribution to a modern and exemplary understanding of intercultural dialogue, both on a national and international level.

The fourth edition of the LET’S CEE Film Festival, 1-11 October 2015 in Vienna, will present a selection of about 100 outstanding feature films, documentaries and short films from Central and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus region and Turkey in the respective original versions with English or German subtitles. The extensive event programme will feature freely accessible lectures as well as exclusive events and top-class film workshops, accompanied by concerts and attractive series of parties. As in the previous years 2012-2014, there will be numerous filmmakers from Austria and abroad visiting the festival this year as well.

LET’S CEE you soon again!

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Last Call: LET'S CEE Short Film Competition 2015

Film talents, listen up! Until July 12, 2015, filmmakers up to the age of 35 years from Central and Eastern Europe as well as Austria have the possibility to submit their own films to the Short Film Competition of this year’s LET’S CEE Film Festival. The contributed works need to have a maximum length of 30 minutes. The topic of the SHORT FILM COMPETITION 2015 is: All You Need Is Love! We believe this sentence to be not less relevant nowadays than it was, when the Beatles enjoye...

Last Call: Your trailer in the cinema!

Your trailer in the cinema! The LET’S CEE Film Festival warmly welcomes all creative filmmakers, video artists and computer freaks to participate in our competition of the creation of this year’s official festival trailer. Without limitations, everybody who wants to submit to the competition is allowed to do so. You can win a lot of attention in the form of viewers, since the winning trailer is expected to be screened: • from August 1, in numerous Cineplexx cinemas in Aust...

LET’S CEE winners 2013

The winning films of the LET’S CEE Film Festival’s three competitions were announced during the Award Ceremony in the Wiener Urania. The winning entries included the feature film Domestic by Romanian director Adrian Sitaru, the Bulgarian documentary The Last Black Sea Pirates by Svetoslav Stoyanov and the Estonian short film Distance by Janno Jürgens. The feature film competition of the LET’S CEE Film Festival, which specialises on Central and Eastern European productio...

LET’S CEE YOU AGAIN!

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LET’S CEE YOU AGAIN! During the second instalment of the LET’S CEE Film Festival, a selection of around 50 extraordinary films from Central and Eastern Europe will be presented over a period of nine days, starting on September 13th. The organizers’ guest list features such prominent names as Academy Award winners Branko Lustig, Allan Starski and Istvan Szabo, as well as Russian virtuoso film director Alexander Sokurov. The festival still does not receive a single cent of suppo...

LAST CALL - LET’S CEE-Short Film Competition

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The LET’S CEE-Short Film Competition will give young filmmakers from Central and Eastern Europe, as well as Austrian ones, the opportunity to present their films at the LET’S CEE Film Festival in Vienna. The underlying theme this year is CIVIL SOCIETY. The Call for Entries will be available till June 16th. Please click here for further details: http://www.letsceefilmfestival.com/news-detail-en/items/85.html Here you can submit your film directly: http://www.festhome.com/festiva...

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