Hungarian filmmakers stole the show at The International Film Festival of Fine Arts in Szolnok in Hungary
The jury, led by film critic Gyorgy Baron awarded the festival's Grand Prize to Hungarian director Istvan Orosz' Black Hole-White Hole (pictured). The jury awarded the rest of the prizes in three categories, to animated films, experimental films and documentaries on art with the first prizes going to Hungarian director Eva M. Toth's Revelations, Czech director Robert Ellmann's Friction and Hungarian filmmaker Jozsef Pacskovszky's Mihaly Schener, respectively.
Hungary's Laszlo Hegedus's Contrast and Sweden's Ashot Shiroian's Painting Stockholm received the Special Mention of the jury while the panel's Special Prize went to the collective of École Nationale Superieure des Arts Decoratifs of Paris. The Special Prize of Szolnok's Rotary Club went to another Hungarian production, Zsofia Peterffy's The Lover Of Pirates.