It’s coming the 7th PORTO FEMME SESSIONS!
On December 27th, we’ll count once again with a film festival partner program. This time, we’ll fly to Hungary to the BUSHO – BUDAPEST SHORT FILM FESTIVAL. The festival was held for the first time in 2014, at the hands of a group of young filmmakers who wanted to bridge the gap in short films in Hungary. The festival has been growing gradually from year to year.
Experimental – 10′ – YEAR 2017
Director – Stella Asmon
Weird haircut, weird clothes, weird name… and a medal. When Teréz finds out her furry friend is gone for long, she dedicates her life to only one quest: to catch the culprit, dead or alive.
Fiction – 20′ – YEAR 2008
Director– Enyedi Ildikó
A girl meets a boy. The most normal thing to do when you are 16.
A girl meets a boy she has never seen yet – alone, at night, in a dark parking lot.
The most foolish thing to do when you are 16.
Animation – 9′ – YEAR 2016
Director – Judith Wunder
A woman lives in complete solitude trying it hard to find love. She meets a shadow creature that looks like a cat…
Fiction – 20’21” – YEAR 2017
Director – Teréz Koncz
Impatient adoptive parents send secret letters to the teenage orphan Zolika, before meeting him in person. His emerging courage and hope helps him stand up for himself against his bully Feri, and dream of a better future for him and his beloved Dori. While the parents prepare for his arrival outside, Zolika has to find the ultimate solution to make sure his beloved Dori gets free from the orphanage.
Her dangerous feet
Fiction – 11’14” – YEAR 2017
Director – Fanni Szilágyi
Julcsi is nearly thirty. She has spent her cozy, gray weekdays with Zoli for years. Paralyzed by despair she is waiting for something to happen with her. One night she finds herself in the body of the famous football player, Lionel Messi. The next day a hidden masculin power appears in her.
Fiction – 16′ – YEAR 2016
Director – Hajni Kis
A high-school cleaning lady falls in love with one of the students in the school. Her love is impossible from the beginning, but she still decides to show her feelings.