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Peter Vadocz aka direktor

Hungary, Budapest
31-year-old short film maker and mobile film maker.
He led the Creative Workshop in a College for years.
His works was screened on several television channels, as MTV, M2, VIVA, Duna TV, TV2 (Hungary), TV3 (Spain), Toscana TV (Italy), Orléans TV (France), Deutsche Welle (Germany) etc. Recently he takes part mainly international projects; his last experimental work was produced by the Council of Europe.
He is continously taking part on numerous international festivals, as well as he was a „Talent” of 5th Berlinale Talent Campus (and Berlin Angels Day) and 1st Sarajevo Talent Campus.

His shorts have been selected to take part in the competitive sections of almost 300 international film festivals in 40 countries, all over the world. And won 36 awards.

Filmography - Only award-winner short films:

APRIL 11th – a love-story (2000., 26 min.)
The Communications Award of the Local Televison station and the University College for the highest level dissertation of the college year – 2001.

COMMERCIAL SPOTS about reading (2002., 5 min.)
Video Special Mention - 2002.

ADVENTURES of ELFIN (2000-2001., screenplay)
Screenplay Main Award – Open Film Festival (OFF) – 2002.

ONEMINUTES (1999., 6 min.)
Special Mention of the Hungarian Independent Film and Video Assosiation – 2003.
Special Mention of the 33rd Trans-Danubian Independent Film Festival – 2003.

RED DOTTED (2003., 2 min.)
Certificate of Merit of 10. National Student Film Festival – 2003.

LOVE AFFAIRS (2003., 6 min.)
Special Award for Best Screenplay 1. Göcsej Film Festival – Hungary – 2005.
2nd place 1. Göcsej Film Festival – Hungary – 2005.

EUROPA WERK (2004., 3 min.)
3rd place „24 Film Festival” – Hungary – 2004.
„For Original Decision” Award – Audiovisual Festival for Young Filmmakers – Baku, Azerbaijan – 2005.

SOPHIE (2004., 1 min.)
Special Award for Best Screenplay 1. Göcsej Film Festival – Hungary – 2005.
Best Actress Award – Sansevieria Film Festival – Ohio, USA – 2005.

WHY DON’T GIRLS PLAY FOOTBALL? (2005., 2 min.)
Best Grafical Effect Award – Sansevieria Film Festival – Ohio, USA – 2005.

SHAKING LIFE (2006., 3 min.)
Best Experimental Film Award 4th Int’l Noncommercial Fest. of Alternative Cinematograph – Irpen, UKRAINE – 2006.
3rd place – Fiction Film Award 9th Corto in Sabina IFF – Mompeo, ITALY – 2006.
Best Grafical Effect award – 2nd Sansevieria Film Festival – Ohio, USA – 2006.

COLORFUL EU (50 years, 50 colors, 50 seconds) (2006., 1 min.)
Prix Europa Spot Award 20th PRIX EUROPA – Berlin, GERMANY – 2006.
Main Award – NOKIA mobile film festival – Budapest, HUNGARY – 2006.
Special Award for „Creativity” 3rd Göcsej Film Festival – HUNGARY – 2007.
3rd place – Experimental Film Award 5th International Noncommercial Fest. of Alternative Cinematograph – Irpen, UKRAINE – 2007.
Video Main Award European Vibes – Brussels, BELGIUM – 2007.
The Most Creative Idea Award 8th @®© – One Minute Competition – Budapest, HUNGARY – 2007.
Best Film Shot on a Mobile Device Award MIPCOM – Cannes, FRANCE – 2007.
Best Micromovie Award KinoFest – Bucharest, ROMANIA – 2007.
Homer E. Rae Excellence in Filmmaking Award – Ohio, USA – 2007.
Best Art / Experimental Film Award – 5th Oneminute IFF – Aarau, Switzerland – 2008.
Main Award – Initiative Filmkunst – Aschaffenburg, Germany – 2009.

dreaMobile (2008., 3 min.)
Nokia Mobile Filmmaking Award – Share Pangea Day, Internet, Twango.com – May 2008

MOBILE POSTCARD (2008., 4 min. and 20-30 seconds series)
Main Award – Best of MobiFest – 3rd MobiFest – Toronto, CANADA – 2008.
AnimaWeb Award – 5th Animateka – Ljubljana, SLOVENIA – 2008.
Special Award – 5th Gocsej Festival – Zalaegerszeg, HUNGARY – 2009.
Best Experimental Award – 7th Irpen Film Festival – Irpen, UKRAINE – 2009.