Visegrad Cinema Days is the week of screenings of modern films from around the Visegrad Group region – the alliance of the four Central European states: Poland, Czechia, Hungary, and Slovakia.
The project is funded by International Visegrad Fund.The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mi
The official awards ceremony of the 48th Molodist Kyiv International Film Festival was held in the column hall of Kyiv City State Administration. It welcomed a number of guests, namely Head of Ukrainian State Film Agency Pylyp Illienko, members of the International jury of the festival Irma Vitovska, Marija Razgute, Sara Serraiocco, Nina Anjapharidze, Svitlana Uvarova; TV-star Roza Al-Namri, dance
The official Award ceremony of the 48th Molodist KIFF will start on June,1, 2019, 19:00.
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The Ecumenical Jury of the 48th Molodist KIFF awards its prize for the Best Student Film to 'Provence' by Kato De Boeck (Belgium, 2018).
The prize for the Best Short Film goes to 'Unconditional Love' directed by Rafael Łysak (Poland, 2018).
The prize for the best feature-length film goes to 'System Crasher' directed by Nora Fingsheidt (Germany, 2019).
The members of the Ecumen
The speech of Andriy Khalpakhchi, General Director of the KIFF Molodist started the event. He explained why «boat» is in the name, and announced members of the jury: «Someone asks why the boat. Our meetings were previously held on board of the ship. However, continuing to stay there was quite expensive, and we moved to the cinema,but kept the traditional name».
The jury consisted of the estonia
The 48th Molodist International Film Festival Molodist has announced the winners of the LGBTQ films Sunny Bunny competition
The award ceremony took place on the May, 31st at the KARZ-12 space. The international jury of the Sunny Bunny competition was represented by three members – American film critic Peter Debruge, Ukrainian artist Zhanna Kadyrova and Portuguese director Joao Pedro Rodríguez. Th