12th SEPTEMBER, MONDAY 16:00 – 18:00
The ROMA-PICTURE program is organized at the 13th Jameson CineFest Miskolc International Film Festival for the 11th time now. This year we screen a film made at the University of Miskolc, Institute of Cultural and Visual Anthropology. The film “Lomtalanság” focuses on an annual event in Hungary at which people clear out their homes and put everything they do not want any more on the streets. From the film we learn about those who wait eagerly for the unwanted objects for reasons typically unknown for the rest of the society. Who are these people? Are our stereotypes true or false? The film is directed by Szilvia Bognár.
The professional supervision of the ROMA-PICTURE program is carried out by the Institute of Cultural and Visual Anthropology at the University of Miskolc.
The film is followed by discussion with the filmmaker.
D: BOGNÁR Szilvia
(Hungary) 90 min (HUN)
“OUR HOME – MISKOLC PROGRAM”
2016.09.10. Saturday 16:00-18:00
The Jameson CineFest Miskolc International Film Festival hosted several film workshops in the last couple years.Just like in 2015, the North Hungarian Regional Film Fund – Miskolc Foundation organized a film workshop this year under the title “Miskolc-Our home”.The program strengthens the relationship between the CineFest and the University of Miskolc, Institute of Cultural and Visual Anthropology.In 2016 the topics of the workshop are the past, the traditions and the presents of the religious and ethnic minorities of Miskolc. The workshop aims to make three documentary shorts on the Roma, Polish and Jewish minority of Miskolc.The program supports equal opportunity, strengthens tolerance and aims to reduce tensions. It also helps the younger generation learn about traditions.
FIPRESCI JCF Talent Campus
The Jameson CineFest has a long going cooperation with the FIPRESCI (the International Federation of Film Critics). Since 2011 the federation has delegated a jury to the Festival. This co-operation is strengthened further by, taking after the top festivals of Berlin and Warsaw, organizing a Talent Campus. The Talent Campus is for young (under 30) critics living in the region. During the workshop the participants have an opportunity to improve their skills, professional background and learn about the know-how of being a successful film critic – here or abroad.
Miskolc: Workshop for Young Critics
"Critical Skills Workshop" Jameson CineFest Miskolc International Film Festival
September 9-14, 2016
Young film critics and film journalists will be invited to Miskolc to report on the films of the 13th Jameson CineFest Miskolc International Film Festival (September 9-18, 2016)
The programme is designed for young (under 30) film critics or journalists in Eastern European countries: Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia. They should meet the following criteria:
• They must be fluent in English (writing and speaking)
• Be eager to report on films within the framework of the Jameson CineFest
• Have published articles in newspapers, film magazines or on specialised websites.
The participants are expected:
• To be willing to cover a broad range of journalistic work: you will write interviews, reviews, reports, articles and features on the Jameson CineFest Miskolc International Film Festival
• To attend editorial meetings with their mentors.
• Participants will grant unlimited use and exploitation rights in and to all articles and reviews written in the framework of the Talent Campus and the Jameson CineFest Miskolc International Film Festival. The resulting articles will be published on the websites of CineFest and FIPRESCI.
The participants will be offered:
• A share of the travel expenses according to their country of origin.
• Free accommodation from September 9 to 14, 2016.
• The opportunity to meet and to be with many young talented filmmakers from all over the world and to experience the day-to-day buzz of a prestigious festival with unique competition programmes and the screening of classics. The CineFest will remember Krysztof Kieslowski, screening his "Three Colors" trilogy. This year's Lifetime Achievement award winner, Juliette Binoche, will honour the Festival with her presence. The participants have an opportunity to watch Károly Makk's digitally re-mastered classics, meet the new Hungarian talents (Hungarian New Wave program) and explore the rich world of international cinema.
• Participants will be guided through the Jameson CineFest by experienced colleagues.
• Every day, participants will have the opportunity to write a critique of a film from the festival program or short reviews of an event at the Campus program, and will discuss and review it with your fellow participants and film critics.
The application should include:
• Curriculum vitae and personal data (address, email etc, as well as a passport photo).
• Up to three (3) articles (scan of the originals) that you have published in the last two years (if these articles are not in English you should supply us with a decent translation as a proof of your English writing skills for each article).
• A short text (up to 100 words) outlining why you want to write about cinema.
How to proceed with your application:
Send your request together with all documents to the festival, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline is August 5, 2016. The participants will be informed by middle of August.
The "Critical Skills Workshop" is an initiative of the Jameson CineFest Miskolc International Film Festival and FIPRESCI, the International Federation of Film Critics.
Ecumenical Roundtable Discussion
September 14. 2016, Wednesday
For decades the best film festivals of the word have juries with Catholic, Protestant, and Evangelical members. The members of these “ecumenical” juries are delegated by SIGNIS (Word Catholic Association for Communication) and INTERFILM (the international network of film organizations of the Christian churches). It was in September, 2011 when an International Ecumenical Jury has been first formed at the Jameson CineFest – first time ever in Hungary.
This year a roundtable discussion is organized on the work and views of the ecumenical jury with the participation of jury members and experts.
The Festival screens two films that have been awarded by the ecumenical jury at former international film festivals.One is Xavier Dolan`s It's Only the End of the World (winner of the 2016 Cannes ecumenical award) and the other is Károly Makk`s legendary Love (Szerelem), premiered in Cannes in 1971 (OCIC award - International Catholic Organization for Cinema and Audiovisual - and Prix du Jury).