ESFF SCREENING AT BUDAPEST SHORT FILM FESTIVAL 2020

We’ve programmed a night of some of our award-winners and best Scottish shorts of recent years for BUSHO Budapest Short Film Festival’s 16th edition!

Including Muedra by Cesar Diaz Melendez
Fauve by Jeremy Comte
Salt N Sauce by Alia Ghafar
Short Changed by Zoe Hutber
My Loneliness is Killing Me by Tim Courtney
On by Jelena Sinick
In The Fall by Tom Gentle
Three August Days by Madli Laane

Programme starts 7:15pm Fellini Hall Budapest

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2020 ESFF Interviews #4 Paul Stekler

One of our guest curators for our 2019 edition was Paul Stekler, award-winning documentary filmmaker and head of the Doc school at the University of Texas film school.
 

Prof. Stekler’s films have won two Peabody Awards, three du Pont-Columbia University Journalism Awards, three Emmy Awards and a special jury prize at the Sundance Film Festival. He curated a night of Texan short films and talked to us about politics and filmmaking in a wide ranging interview.
 

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2020 ESFF Filmmaker Interviews #2 Madli Laane ‘Three August Days’

Our second filmmaker interview of 2020 is with the award-winning Estonian director Madli Laane who’s engrossing coming-of-age drama THREE AUGUST DAYS was featured at last year’s Edinburgh Short Film Festival.

The film follows a young Estonian girl living in Tallinn during the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991 and her relationship with a Russian boy, set amid the grinding realities of life in a country in crisis.

Filmed and edited by Amanda Rogers at RPP Productions.

 

 

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