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Sarajevo Film Festival


18th SARAJEVO FILM FESTIVAL 6 - 14 JULY 2012 Sarajevo Film Festival is an international film festival with a special focus on the region of South-East Europe. The Festival places films, talent and future projects from the region under an international spotlight.   High quality programming, a strong industry segment, an educational and networking platform for young filmmakers and thus generated presence of the international film industry, film authors and media representatives alongside a paying audience of over 100,000, confirm its status as the leading film festival in the region, recognised by both professionals and the wider audiences.   In an emerging territory of more than 140 million inhabitants, Sarajevo Film Festival serves as a common platform for film businesses from all over the region, setting the future standards in festival organisation, film promotion and presentation in South-East Europe.   Feel the creative energy of our Festival and share our passion for films in the remarkable atmosphere of the city of Sarajevo.   For more details on Sarajevo Film Festival news, programmes and film submission please visit www.sff.ba
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Kornél Mundruczó President of the Jury for Competition Programme – Feature Film

Sarajevo Film Festival has the pleasure of announcing that this year's President of the Jury for Competition Programme – Feature Film will be Hungarian director Kornél Mundruczó. Mundruczó was born in 1975. He is one of Hungary's young, progressive directors, described by film critics as initiators of the New Wave in Hungarian, as well as in European film. 
Mundruczó is rightly considered one of the most renowned European film authors, having made four feature-length and five short films, most of which premiered at the most prestigious and most significant film festivals and have won numerous awards.
His first feature-length film was PLEASANT DAYS, which won a Silver Leopard at the Locarno Film Festival in 2002. Mundruczó's next film was JOHANNA, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, as part of the Un Certain Regard Programme in 2005. DELTA followed in 2008 and was nominated at the official competition selection at the Cannes Film Festival. The film won the FIPRESCI award, as well as the Don Quixote Award at the Cottbus Film Festival (2008), CICAE award at the 14th Sarajevo Film Festival, the Golden Reel for Best Film at the 2008 Hungarian Film Week, the Gene Moskowitz award for best film by the foreign critics.
Mundruczó's film TENDER SON – THE FRANKENSTEIN PROJECT was also a part of the Cannes Film Festival's Competition Programme in 2010 and it won the Special Jury Award at the 16th Sarajevo Film Festival, as well as the Special Jury Award and the Best Director of Photography Award at the Seville Film Festival. The film was also awarded at the 42nd Hungarian Film Week.
Kornél Mundruczó's short films are just as successful. Some of them include THE LITTLE APOCRYPHA NO. 2 (AIRED IN Cannes in 2002 - Cinefondation Section), LITTLE APOCRYPHA NO. 1, JOAN OF ARC ON THE NIGHT BUS (Director’s Fortnight – Cannes 2003), AFTA - DAY AFTER DAY, LOST AND FOUND - SHORT LASTING SILENCE.
He has been a member of the European Film Academy since 2004.
Kornél Mundruczó is also very successful in theatre, directing on stage since 2003. His plays, some of which include THE ICE, FRANKENSTEIN-PROJECT, HARD TO BE A GOD, JUDASEVANGELIUM, ESZTER SOLYMOSI OF TISZAESZLAR, are played at Hungarian theatres as well as all over the world, and have won many awards at the international theatre festivals.

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About Sarajevo Film Festival


18th SARAJEVO FILM FESTIVAL 6 - 14 JULY 2012

Sarajevo Film Festival is an international film festival with a special focus on the region of South-East Europe. The Festival places films, talent and future projects from the region under an international spotlight.

 

High quality programming, a strong industry segment, an educational and networking platform for young filmmakers and thus generated presence of the international film industry, film authors and media representatives alongside a paying audience of over 100,000, confirm its status as the leading film festival in the region, recognised by both professionals and the wider audiences.

 

In an emerging territory of more than 140 million inhabitants, Sarajevo Film Festival serves as a common platform for film businesses from all over the region, setting the future standards in festival organisation, film promotion and presentation in South-East Europe.

 

Feel the creative energy of our Festival and share our passion for films in the remarkable atmosphere of the city of Sarajevo.

 

For more details on Sarajevo Film Festival news, programmes and film submission please visit www.sff.ba


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