Verzio 9 International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival

The 9th Verzio successfully finished on 11 November, 2012.

The 2,000 USD Audience Award AND the 100.000 HUF Student Jury Award for the Best Human Rights Documentary went to 5 Broken Cameras directed by Emad Burnat & Guy Davidi. Congratulations!

Top-rated films:

  1. 5 Broken Cameras, Emad Burnat & Guy Davidi, The Netherlands & France & Israel
  2. Bosnia, Bosnia, Péter Gábor Németh, Hungary
  3. Rickshaw Rush, Gergő Somogyvári, Hungary
  4. The Tiniest Place, Tatiana Huezo, Mexico
  5. The Carrier, Maggie Betts, USA

We would like to thank all our partners, filmmakers, producers, volunteers and the audience who made this year's festival edition an unforgettably rich experience while watching, thinking, and talking about human rights and films.

See you next year!
Verzio team

Verzio 10 International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival is scheduled for November 5-10, 2013.
Call for submissions will be posted soon. Submission deadline: June 30, 2013.

Festival opening day: November 6, Toldi cinema, 7pm, LIMITED NUMBER OF TICKETS AVAILABLE

Opening Film: Planet of Snail
Seung-Jun Yi / South Korea, Japan, Finland / 2011 / 87 min / Korean
A love story like no other - a disabled couple with a unique sense of touch.
IDFA Best Feature Documentary 2011, Best World Feature at Silverdocs 2012.

Opening remarks by Parti Nagy Lajos, writer and poet

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