Poet and songwriter was hailed as 'Godfather of Rap' after penning The Revolution Will Not Be Televised.
MEDIAWAVE 2010 Festival
concert video - click here!
Open your eyes, open your ears, and open your heart. Because hear comes the story of the common project of some of the most talented romanian dj-s and a bunch of exceptionally gifted gypsies playing ethno-electro.
A Vienna-based group formed in 2004, Fatima Spar and The Freedom Fries is a Euro-Asian indie jazz band with a Austrian-Turkish singer that integrates swing and musical styles from the Balkans.
The band derives its name from the euphemism for French Fries used in the U.S. after the French governmentʼs refusal to support the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
The lyrics, which find emotion in Fatima Spar’s distinctive voice, are mostly in English and Turkish. The music is a brilliant amalgam of sounds and is falling somewhere between 1930’s and today’s music.
fatima spar - voc, andrej prozorov - sop sax, mario rom - tr, milos todorovski - acc, thomas stempkovski - bass, christian eberle - drums
Not even being in his teens, Bi would meet a great deal of disappointment if opening his eyes wide...
For film excerpt and more information click 'more details'.
As it happend in the past 10 years, Mediawave Festival continues the tradition and will present itself in several Czech cities: on the 17th of May in KROMĚŘÍ® and on the 18th of May close to Prague in PARDUBICE city. In these cities there will be a bigger Hungarian festival and MEDIAWAVE also had the chance to participate. You can read the programs if you click on the name of the cities.
„The starting point of the Hungarian director-scriptwriter’s movie Afterlife is a failed fater-son relationship. The cleric fater returnes to his own funeral as a ghost.” - was written by the Hirado.hu web site.
But for the MEDIAWAVE Virág means a little more. In an approaching storm, an old friend with his shy daughter popped in the MEDIAWAVE Summer Film Camp. It happened in 2004. Then she returned many times. And also more an more movies were born and the talent started to shine through these works. Her last work was produced in the camp of the MEDIAWAVE PASSPORT CONTROL Workshop which took place in East-Turkey. At that time she had been studying at the Theater and Film Art University. Between 2007-2010 she participated in the selection committee of the MEDIAWAVE Festival. In 2010, she and her fellow partners gave help in scriptwriting (Fiction Science Lab) to young artists in the MEDIAWAVE Film Forum. She led the scriptwriter workshop in the Passport Control Film Camp’2010. This year the audience can watch her movie Something Blue in the short film section of the competition program of the festival.
You can still enter for free your fiction, animation or experimental film that is no longer than 30 minutes and was made after 1. January 2008. Beside the previous technical updates the biggest change is that you can not only send the registration form on-line but you can also upload your film for the pre-jury to review. Those whom movies make it to the final we require a screening copy as well. Of course whoever wish to send their film by postal service they are free to do so.Shortly there will be a list of films have been entered this year with those highlighted that we actually recieved! Deadline is 30th of April 2011! Shortly there will be a list ont he website of the films have been entered this year with those highlighted that we actually recieved!
You can find the entry form and regulations and the method of film uploading in the left menu column.
We summarised the results of the MEDIAWAVE Summer Film Camp during the Ördögkatlan Festival (click here).
On the 4th of May, 2013, avoiding the protocol-centered award ceremony clichés of big film festivals, the organisers attempted to find a more human-centered and personal form of giving the awards and closing the 23rd Gathering in the Fort Monostor.