Hungarian animation film, "27", has won the Short Film Palme d'Or at the 76th International Film Festival at Cannes.
Details about "27"
"27", a French-Hungarian co-production was chosen from a shortlist of 11 films to win the Palme d'Or for short films. The selection process included a total of 4,288 contestants. The animation film was directed by Flóra Anna Buda.
Where to watch "27"
"27" is a testament to the growing Hungarian short film industry and its talented filmmakers. The film's recognition at the Cannes Film Festival is a remarkable achievement, and it will be interesting to see how it does at Annecy.
Questions & Answers
What is "27" and what did it win? "27" is an animation film produced in a French-Hungarian co-production, which won the Short Film Palme d'Or at the 76th International Film Festival at Cannes.
Who directed "27"? "27" was directed by Flóra Anna Buda, a Hungarian filmmaker.
Who presented the award to Flóra Anna Buda for "27"? Hungarian director Ildikó Enyedi, who was serving as the chairperson of the jury for short films at the 76th International Film Festival at Cannes, presented the prize to Flóra Anna Buda for "27".
How many films were shortlisted for the award that "27" won and how many contestants participated? There were 11 films shortlisted for the award that "27" won and they were picked out from 4,288 contestants.
Where will "27" be screened in Hungary? "27" will be screened in Hungary at the Friss Hús short film festival which will take place between June 1-7 in Budapest.
Which prestigious short film festivals is "27" set to contest at? Following its screening in Budapest, "27" will contest at one of the most prestigious short film festivals in Annecy, France.