Budapest Independent Film Festival, 6 – 7 February

  • 13 Jan 2020 8:48 AM
Budapest Independent Film Festival, 6 – 7 February
The Budapest Independent Film Festival is a 2-day annual event dedicated to independent filmmakers from all over the world.

Every year, independent cinema is celebrated in the heart of lively Budapest with the culture-loving, cinephile, international crowd of the city.

The festival’s aim is to provide a platform for filmmakers who don’t necessarily have a large budget, but a vision and an important story to tell. Through our careful selection process our goal is to showcase a wide variety of genres and styles to cinema fans and fellow international filmmakers. 

A number of awards will be handed out at the event in a number of categories, selected and evaluated by the Jury. The Jury panel consists of experienced and educated members of the film industry and we also offer film critiques for the films.

The winner of the Audience Award will be awarded with the prestigious Budapest Trophy, gift bag and award certificate. 


Detailed program:

Thursday, 6 February, 6 - 10 pm

Humanitarian
The Shot
Before Dawn
Agen
Listen to Me!
Fireflower
The Miracle

*Intermission*

The Boogeywoman
Sydney
The Big Break
Bumper
Luftraum
Alien
The Burning Bush
 

Friday, 7 February, 6 - 10 pm

Chewing Gum
The Cost of Bronze
Somebody And Nobody 
Jericho
La Bestia - Train of the Unknowns

*Intermission*

Cash Stash
A Winter Without Snow
the good boy
Jerry
Recitative
Day Release 

The films will be screened in English or with English subtitles.

The event will be free of charge, first-come, first-serve. 

Venue: 
Art+ Cinema 
1074 Budapest, Erzsébet krt. 39.

More: 
budapestindiefest.com

Photo: Sydney / Photo courtesy of the organisers

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