Belgrade International Film Festival


The aim of the FEST - Belgrad IFF is to promote and develop understanding of film art, showing the best movies of world production. FEST is a non-competitive festival, recognised by FIAPF.

The first FEST, under the slogan “A Brave New World” was opened on the 9th of January 1971 in Dom Sindikata, with the screening of Robert Altman’s Mash. Envisioned as the annual review of the best films of the season, the Belgrade International Film Festival - FEST – evolved to become one of the most important festivals on the continent and a pillar event of Belgrade's cultural life and an indispensable element in the coming of age of many generations of film amateurs.

Hungarian films at the festival

1995 - Fetus
1997 - Free fall - Private Hungary 10
2003 - Hukkle
2003 - Pleasant Days (in competition)
2005 - Eastern Sugar
2006 - Johanna
2008 - The Man from London
2011 - The Camera Murderer
2011 - Bibliothéque Pascal
2015 - White God (in competition)
2016 - The Wednesday Child (in competition)
2017 - On Body and Soul
2018 - Aurora Borealis (in competition)
2018 - Jupiter's Moon
2019 - Ruben Brandt, Collector
2019 - His Master's Voice
2020 - Those Who Remained

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