Timișoara Central European Film Festival


IMIȘOARA: The Mediaș European Film Festival (MECEFF) relocates to Timișoara and runs in competition 13 films from CEE from 3 to 9 September 2017.

The films come from Austria, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Greece and Albania. An international jury will choose the winners. The programme also includes concerts, exhibitions and workshops.

After the death of its initiator, Romanian director and producer Radu Gabrea, the festival is now headed by Victoria Cociaș.

The Timișoara Central European Film Festival (CEFFTm) is organised by the Euro Fest Association with the support of the Timișoara City Hall, the House of Culture Timișoara, the Ministry of Culture and National Identity, the Romanian Cultural Institute, Timiș Council County and the Romanian Filmmakers Union (UCIN).


Spoor / Pokot (Poland, Germany, Slovakia, Czech Republic)
Directed by Agnieszka Holland
Produced by TOR Film Production, coproduced by Heimatfilm GmbH, Chimney Group, Nutprodukce , nutprodukcia
Supported by the Polish Film Institute, the Czech State Cinematography FundEurimages, the Slovak Audiovisual Fund, the Swedish Film Institute, MEDIA Programme and Polish-German Co-Development Fund

Constitution by Rajko GrlićThe Constitution / Ustav Republike Hrvatske (Croatia, Czech Republic, Macedonia, UK)
Directed by Rajko Grlić
Produced by Interfilm
Coproduced by In-FilmSever&Sever, the Croatian Radio Television HRT and NP7, Revolution Production and Film and Music Entertainment
Supported by the Croatian Audiovisual Centre, the Croatian Radio Television, the Czech Film FoundationMacedonian Film Agency, the Slovenian Film CentreEurimages and MEDIA Programme

Sieranevada (Romania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, France)
Directed by Cristi Puiu
Produced by Mandragora
Coproduced by Studioul de Creaţie Cinematografică Romania, 2006 d.o.o., Spiritus MovensSisters and Brother Mitevski Production, Alcatraz Films
Supported by the Romanian Film Centre, Fondacija za Kinematografiju Sarajevo, the Macedonian Film AgencyEurimages, Region Ile de France

The Golden Five (Macedonia)
Directed by Goran Trenchovski
Produced by Revolution Production
Coproduced by the Macedonian National Television
Supported by the Macedonian Film Agency

I, Olga Hepnarova / Já, Olga Hepnarová (Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, France)
Directed by Tomáš Weinreb, Petr Kazda
Produced by Black Balance
Coproduced by by Media BrigadeAlef Film and Media Group, Love.FRAME, Ace Prague,  Barrandov Studios,  Michael Samuelson Lighting Prague,  FAMU, Arizona Films (France)
Supported by the Czech State Cinematography Fund, the Polish Film Institute, the Slovak Audiovisual Fund, Odra Film

A Good Wife / Dobre žena (Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia)
Directed by Mirjana Karanovic
Produced by This&That Productions
Coproduced by DeblokadaNukleus Film, Cineplanet
Supported by Film Fund Sarajevo

Smac (Greece)
Directed by Elias Demetriou

1945 (Hungary)
Directed by Ferenc Török

Enclave / Enklava (Serbia)
Directed by Goran Radovanovic
Produced by Sein+Hain Film
Coproduced by Nama Film, ZDF, in cooperation with Arte
Supported by the Film Center SerbiaCity of Belgrade, the Global Film Initiative, MFG, Filmforderung Baden-Wurttemberg, EurimagesCouncil of Europe, MDM, Art & Popcorn, MegaCom Film

The Teacher by Jan HřebejkThe Teacher / Učitelka (Slovakia, Czech Republic)
Directed by Jan Hřebejk
Produced by PubRes,RTVS
Coproduced by OffSide MenCzech Television
Supported by the Czech State Cinematography Fund, the Slovak Audiovisual Fund

Life Is a Trumpet / Život je truba (Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Slovenia)
Directed by Antonio Nuić
Produced by Propeler Film
Coproduced by Baš Čelik, Artikulacija production, StaragaraCroatian Radiotelevision
Supported by the Croatian Audiovisual CentreCroatian RadiotelevisionZagreb Film FestivalMEDIA Programme for development, the Slovenian Film Centre

Godless (Bulgaria, Denmark, France)
Directed by Ralitza Petrova
Produced by Klas Film
Coproduced by Snow Globe, Alcatraz Films, Film Factory production
Supported by the Bulgarian National Film Center, Danish Film Institute, Eurimages

Thank You for Bombing! (Austria)
Directed by Barbara Eder

Source: Film New Europe


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