MINORITY PHOTO ARCHIVE
Here we are collecting the photos taken in different MEDIAWAVE projects in minority theme and/or from minority photographers according to different categories and special selections.
- "Together Through Tick and Thin" (2010-2011)
- "Cafés & Citizenry - The Roma Origins" (2011-2012)
- Passport Control photo workshops
- PC 3. Novosibirsk - Altai (2007) - Altaian minority
- PC 4. Kars, East-Turkey (2007) - Kurdish minority
- PC 6. Palic-Subotica, Voivodina, Serbia (2008) - Hungarian minority
- PC 8. Novosibirsk - Altai (2008) - Altaian minority
- PC 11. Dunajské Streda, Slovakia (2008) - Hungarian minority
- PC 14. Palic-Subotica, Voivodina, Serbia (2009) - Hungarian Minority
- PC 16. Novosibirsk - Altai (2009) - Altaian minority
- PC 25. Lijiang, East Tibet (2012) - Naxi minority
The archive is glad to receive minority photos and photos series from Hungarian and international artsists.
MEDIAWAVE FESZTIVÁL PHOTO ARCHIVE 1991-2012
Photo documentation for the MEDIAWAVE International Film & Music Festival. 1991-
PASSPORT CONTROL PHOTO ARCHIVE 2006-
MEDIAWAVE International and Local Photo Workshops
You can see photo works from MEDIAWAVE International Summer Art Camp photo section, PASSPORT CONTROL workshops in Hungary and inland, special phot projects
FOLK TRADITIONS RECYCLING
CAFÉS & CITIZENRY PROJEKT PHOTO ARCHIVE 2011-2012
Here you can see the Cafés & Citizenry - The Roma Origins photo documentation. The international project is supported by the Culture Program of the European Union. Atmosphere, portraits and other artistic photos can be seen per event.
PHOTOGRAPHER FROM GYŐR CITY
PRESENTATION OF "PARALLEL CULTURE" AWARDS
SPECIAL PROGRAM & PROJECT ON THE MEDIAWAVE FESTIVALS
TOURS OF MEDIAWAVE
BILIBÁNCS FESTIVAL, Rábapatona
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.