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Category: SEEfest 2015

SEEfest 2015 Awards

Vera Mijojlic | May 8, 2015, 9:08 PM   SEEfest 2015 Awards After eight days and 47 films shown to diverse audiences in Los Angeles, the 10th anniversary South East European Film Festival, SEEfest 2015 concluded Thursday night with an awards gala presentation at The Mark. Director Tudor Jurgiu from Romania won Bridging the Borders […]

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Mayor of Los Angeles Commends SEEfest

SEEfest Staff Writer | March 28, 2015, 11:37 AM   Dear friends and supporters, we are so proud to share with you the latest recognition given to the festival which we have built together with all of you. It comes from the Mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti, in recognition of all those many years […]

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Film Selection is Almost Done

Vera Mijojlic | March 4, 2015, 5:10 PM   We are grateful to our programmers and large group of film professionals, aficionados and students who helped screen the films for 2015 festival. The work continues to finalize the features shortlist, and we are excited about the thematic variety and presence of many first-time directors. SEEfest […]

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“Monument to Michael Jackson” Wins Eastern European Award in Santa Barbara

SEEfest Staff Writer | February 8, 2015, 6:39 PM   “Monument to Michael Jackson” wins Eastern European Award in Santa Barbara: Best Film in Eastern Bloc Competition – Features (Santa Barbara, February 7, 2015) – Sleeper hit at this year’s Santa Barbara fest, Serbian director Darko Lungulov’s Monument to Michael Jackson was awarded today the top prize in the Eastern European […]

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South East Europe and the Best Foreign Language Film 2015

Vera Mijojlic | January 15, 2015, 7:07 PM   Films from countries clustered in and around the region of South East Europe (SEE) represent 20 percent of all submissions for the Best Foreign Language Film! And if you add films from countries not from the same geographical region but which are thematically about it, such […]

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