Sochi International Film Festival


The Sochi International Film Festival is a competition festival. There is a main competition, as well as non-competition screenings and retrospectives.

From 1994 to 2000 the IFF in Sochi was a festival of young cinema, showing directors' first, second, third and fourth films in the framework of its competition programme. Since 2001 the festival has become a festival of European film and screens only European films made within the twelve months. The films are evaluated by a jury composed of leading names of world cinema, and by a jury formed by members of the International Federation of Cinema Press (FIPRESCI).

Main prize of the festival is the Golden Rose.

Hungarian films at the festival

2005 - Dallas Among us (in competition)
2005 - After the Day Before
2004 - Kontroll - Special Prize of the Jury (in competition) (winner)
2003 - Hukkle - Golden Rose (Main Prize) (in competition) (winner)
2003 - Sobri (in competition)
2002 - Smouldering Cigarette - Best Actress: Eszter Nagy-Kálóczy (in competition) (winner)
2001 - Seaside, Dusk (in competition)
2000 - One Winter Behind God's Back - Jury's Special Prize (in competition) (winner)
1999 - Chinese Defense - Best Actor: Emil Győry (in competition) (winner)
1998 - The Szelid Brothers
1997 - Lost Leading Man
1996 - Bolshe Vita - Grand Pearl Prize
(in competition) (winner)
1996 - Bitches
1996 - Stracciatella
1994 - Woyzeck - Second Prize (shared),
(in competition) (winner)
1993 - Children of Iron God - Best Cinematographer: Szergej Kozlov (in competition) (winner)

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