Belo Horizonte ISFF

The International Short Film Festival of Belo Horizonte consists of the following categories:
Animation, Documentary, Experimental, Fiction

The Belo Horizonte International Short Film Festival was created in 1994 by José Zuba Junior. It came on the art scene of the city with the goal of providing the public access to a format not so disseminated, but recognized by its creative, technical and formal potential.

Official website

Country
Brazil

Date
October

Hungarian winners:

2008
Best Short Fiction
2005
Best Screenplay: Géza M. Tóth
2004
Best Sound: Gábor Balázs
2003
Best International Short Film

Hungarian films:

2008
(in competition)
2007
(in competition)
2005
(in competition)
2005
(in competition)
2004
(in competition)
2004
(in competition)
2003
(in competition)
2003
(in competition)
2003
(in competition)
2003
(in competition)