Three Colours: Blue will open the festival Three Colours: Blue will open the festival

Celebrating its 13th edition in 2016, the festival will screen classics including opening film Three Colours: Blue - with Juliette Binoche attending the festival. They will present a lifetime achievement award to Károly Makk, screening Another Way and Love and hosting a masterclass with the Hungarian filmmaker. Nineteen films will compete in the international competition.

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