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La sexta edición del LET’S CEE Film Festival comienza hoy

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- En inglés: Del 13 al 22 de abril, el certamen vienés presentará 162 películas, y otorgará premios honoríficos a Márta Mészáros y a Kira Muratova

La sexta edición del LET’S CEE Film Festival comienza hoy
The Gateway, de Volodymyr Tykhyy

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The sixth edition of the LET’S CEE Film Festival is due to kick off today, 13 April, with a screening of November [+lee también:
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by Rainer Sarnet. Until 22 April, a total of 162 feature-length fiction films, documentaries, short films and VR movies, mainly from Central and Eastern Europe, including the Caucasus region and Turkey, will be presented. With the exception of works shown as part of retrospectives and similar series, the festival will almost exclusively feature Austrian premieres.

The grande dame of Hungarian cinema, legendary director Márta Mészáros, will be attending the festival and receiving a Lifetime Achievement Award. Yariv Lerner, who runs the Nu Boyana Film Studios in Sofia, Czech actor Karel Roden, Balkan star Leon Lučev, Jordan-based actress Saba Mubarak, US porn star and actress Stoya and over 150 additional filmmakers will be among the guests at this year’s edition. 

The high-quality Feature Film Competition will host a total of 12 films, such as Directions [+lee también:
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, in which Stephan Komandarev paints an unvarnished picture of Bulgarian society through nocturnal taxi rides; the unusual artist biography Dovlatov [+lee también:
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by Russian director Alexey German JrMarina Stepanska’s impressive debut, Falling [+lee también:
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, from Ukraine, both a fragile love story and an intense portrait of a lost generation; and Constantin Popescu’s psychological drama Pororoca [+lee también:
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 from Romania, about a happy family’s terrible nightmare. Also vying for the new Danny Lerner Award valued at €55,000 (€50,000 of which in services from Nu Boyana) are Birds Are Singing in Kigali [+lee también:
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by Joanna Kos-Krauze and Krzysztof KrauzeIce Mother [+lee también:
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by Bohdan SlámaIvan [+lee también:
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by Janez BurgerMen Don’t Cry [+lee también:
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by Alen DrljevićPiotr Domalewski’s Silent Night [+lee también:
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Something Useful [+lee también:
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by Pelin Esmer and The Gateway [+lee también:
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by Volodymyr Tykhyy.

In the Documentary Competition, half of the ten works were fortunately made by female filmmakers. The tough training schedule of a top-class Russian gymnast was documented by young Polish director Marta Prus in her entry Over the Limit [+lee también:
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, life in a Kurdish village on the Syrian border was explored by Reyan Tuvi from Turkey in her poetic film No Place for Tears, and the portrait of a “gentle neo-Nazi” was outlined by the Czech Republic's Vít Klusák in The White World According to Daliborek [+lee también:
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The Promising Debuts Competition will welcome 13 productions. Among them are the sci-fi spectacle Ederlezi Rising [+lee también:
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by first-time Serbian director Lazar Bodroža, the drama Meda or The Not So Bright Side of Things [+lee también:
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by Emanuel Pârvu from Romania, Secret Ingredient [+lee también:
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, the black-humoured and well-made debut film by Macedonia's Gjorce Stavreski, and Tower. A Bright Day [+lee también:
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by Jagoda Szelc from Poland, a haunting cinematic experience teetering between a psychological thriller and a relationship drama.

Out of hundreds of entries, exactly 15 films have made it into this year’s Short Film Competition, curated by Arash T Riahi and Arman T Riahi, who did not forget to include some incredible world premieres. Several sections such as Hollywood Goes CEE, and retrospectives like 100 Years and Women and War, will bring the programme full circle.

The full programme of the festival is available here.

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