19th Titanic Filmfestival

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The best film of the competition section of Titanic, which will be awarded by the jury just like in the previous years,  receives the BREAKING WAVES AWARD.


stefan laudyn 2STEFAN LAUDYN

Born 1959 in Warsaw, Poland. Since 1991, he has been director of the Warsaw International Film Festival. Founder (1995) and general manager of the Warsaw Film Foundation. Adviser to numerous film directors, producers, and festivals. From 2004 to 2008 he was a board member of the European Film Academy. Stefan Laudyn is also a guitarist, he plays with international music project The Festival Band, the Polish band Rude Boys, and solo.

kocsis ágnesÁGNES KOCSIS

Born in 1971 in Budapest. She studied Polish language and literature, aesthetics, and film-theory at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, and in 2005 she graduated in film directing at the Hungarian Academy of Theatre, Film and Television. Her multiple award-winning first feature, Fresh Air, was selected as the Best Debut at the 36th Hungarian Film Week and was among the 4 films nominated for the Discovery Award of the European Film Academy in 2006. Her second feature, Adrienn Pál received a FIPRESCI Award at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival. She received the Béla Balázs national award in 2011 for her work in film.

muhi andrásANDRÁS MUHI

Born in 1956 in Budapest. He is a Béla Balázs Award-winner producer and director, he is involved in short and feature films as well as animations and documentaries. He is founder and leading producer of Inforg Studio. His credits include such internationally acclaimed films as Benedek Fliegauf’s debut feature Forest and most recent film Womb and Just the Wind, Roland Vranik’s Black Brush, and Attila Mispál’s Paths of Light.




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