Bogota Film Festival

The Bogota Film Festival, organized by the Corporación Internacional de Cine, was created in 1984 in order to reward Colombian Film Production.

At present the Festival is recognized by the International Federation of Film Producers Associations (FIAPF) entity which rules the festivals, as a world wide Festival specialized in New Directors' feature films.

The Festival rewards the best Opera Prima at an international level with the Pre-Columbian Circle Award in Gold, Silver and Bronze categories and the Pre-Columbian Gold Circle to the best director of an Opera Prima, making a selection from the first 3 feature films of a director that has not yet made his fourth one. At national level, the Pre-Columbian Gold Circle is given to the best Colombian Film and Fiction Video.

Official website

Country
Colombia

Date
October

Hungarian winners:

1992
Best Director

Hungarian films:

2009
(in competition)
2008
2005
(in competition)
2003
(in competition)
2002
1992
(in competition)