Visegrad Shorts on Tour 2012

Visegrad Shorts on Tour 2012

 The Visegrad Shorts on Tour continues now with its onlinecompetition. The more "like" your film gets the more chance you have to win a Lomokino Super35 Analogue Camera.  

About a month ago, opened a call for films for the Visegrad Shorts on Tour event supported by The Visegrad Fund, in cooperation with Kino Praha (CZ), OZ (SK) and Polishorts (PL). Visegrad Shorts on Tour was a travelling short film festival, introducing the most innovative short films from the region, made by young people under 35. The project aims to help not yet established young filmmakers to showcase their work to a wider audience, get feedback and network. We also aim to form an audience for short films in the region both offline and online, through a dedicated online platform. The filmmakers will be encouraged to form a regional young filmmakers' association.

About the Tour

The Visegrad Shorts on Tour was held between 12th and 18th April in Krakow, Prague, Bratislava and Budapest. Six selected directors travelled together on the tour and presented their films in each country. The winners of the Visegrad Short Film Award was given to "Numbers" by Robert Hloz, the Audience Award went to the film "Grandma has Gone" by Tomas Jurkiewicz.

Now its your turn to vote for the winner of the online audience award. Browse and watch the films, and push the like button! We are happy to inform you, that we decided to postpone the deadline of the online voting in the Visegrad Shorts to 31th May 2012!

The Visegrad Shorts on Tour is a project realized with the cooperation of The Visegrad Fund, Kino Praha, OZ and Krakow Film Foundation. is supported by the Media Programme of the EU.












Vaclav nad Anna have been married for 25 years. They decide to celebrate their anniversary on the place they had first met. What is going to happen during this celebration? Isn't a celebration the best time to learn the truth about ourselves? Yet, the truth is not always the best ingredient of an anniversary lunch. The lightly told story reveals the author's reverence of the New Wave and its intimately lit set. (Fresh Film Fest 2010)

"Dreams are often most profound when they seem the most crazy. Fantasy as a vehicle for the expression of repressed desires." (Sigmund Freud). Slightly experimental surrealistic amateur film looking for the borders between human consciousness and unconsciousness through the everyday rote of modern age.

In memory of the hungarian democracy release in 1989.