Vancouver International Film Festival

http://www.viff.org

Canada

Purpose
The festival's purpose is to encourage the understanding of other nations through the art of cinema, to foster the art of cinema, to facilitate the meeting in British Columbia of cinema professionals from around the world, and to stimulate the motion picture industry in British Columbia and Canada.
Founded in 1982.

The program aims to include approximately 300 feature films representing over 50 countries.
Main Sections
Cinema of Our Time - featuring the best new cinema from around the world.
Canadian Images - one of the biggest showcases of Canadian film in the world.
Dragons and Tigers: The Cinemas of East Asia - the largest annual exhibition of East Asian films outside Asia
Nonfiction Features - Vancouver film fest-goers love documentary films -  this series is perennially one of our most popular.
Spotlight on France - This annual sidebar celebrates the unique achievements of France's strong national cinema.

Hungarian films at the festival

1994 - Children of Iron God
1994 - Woyzeck (in competition)
1995 - The Outpost
1995 - Awakening
1997 - The Witman Boys
1997 - Long Twilight
1997 - The Way
1998 - Passion
2000 - Werckmeister Harmonies
2002 - Hukkle
2002 - Pleasant Days
2004 - Kontroll
2004 - After the Day Before
2004 - 18 Pictures From the Life of a Conserve Factory Girl
2005 - Black Brush
2005 - The Porcelain Doll
2005 - The District
2006 - Relatives
2007 - The Man from London
2007 - Iska's Journey
2008 - Delta
2009 - Lost Times
2009 - Pinprick
2010 - Mathias, Mathias
2010 - Hunky Blues
2010 - Vespa
2010 - Palimpsest
2011 - Finale
2011 - The Turin Horse
2015 - Son of Saul
2016 - Lily Lane
2018 - Ruben Brandt, Collector
2019 - Those Who Remained
2019 - The Euphoria of Being’
2020 - On the Quiet

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