Uppsala International Short Film Festival
Founded in 1982, the Uppsala International Short Film Festival has since become Sweden's premier arena for short film, having attained both national recognition of the Swedish Film Institute and genuine international renown.
More than 200 short films are screened in several different sections - from new film to retrospective programmes, from fiction film, documentaries and experimental film to animations.
More than a thousand films from around the world are entered for the International Competition every year, from which some 70 films are selected to compete for the Uppsala Grand Prix, other jury awards and the Audience award. Since Uppsala is recognized by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, the winner of the Uppsala Grand Prix is eligible for an Academy Award nomination.
Hungarian films at the festival
|2001 - Day After Day||(in competition)|
|2001 - Vision||(in competition)|
|2003 - 18 Pictures From the Life of a Conserve Factory Girl|
|2004 - Shoes||(in competition)|
|2004 - Overborder||(in competition)|
|2004 - Little Apocrypha No.2||(in competition)|
|2005 - Lucky Man||(in competition)|
|2007 - Before Dawn|
|2007 - Oneheadword Protection||(in competition)|
|2009 - Coming out||(in competition)|
|2016 - LOVE - European Film Awards Nomination||(in competition)||(winner)|
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