Short film “Someone may drop a cigarette butt” – trophy DaKINO 23

Short film “Someone may drop a cigarette butt,” directed by Croat Josip Viskovic, won the trophy of the 23rd edition of the International Film Festival DaKINO on Saturday, the prize for the screenwriting going to Georgiana Constantin for “Therapeutic Dialogues” by Andrei Georgescu.
Short movies “Inconspicuous” by Barbara Medajska and “Gagarin and Me” by Mihajlo Jevtic were awarded the special prize of the jury out of the 26 films included in the competition the International Film Festival DaKINO, at the award ceremony held at CinemaPRO in Bucharest.
The prize for directing was awarded to Marie-Else Sgualdo for her short movie “On the beach,” and the prize from the public was awarded by festival founder Dan Chisu to director Ioachim Ciobanu for his movie “Grindcore.”
The jury of DaKINO festival was made up of director Stere Gulea (president), producer Dorota Roszkowska, actress Cosmina Stratan, member of the European Film Academy Thom Palmen and film critic Dragos Marin. The short movies that won this year’s DaKINO Festival were screened on Sunday at Hollywood Multiplex Bucharest Mall.
The 23rd edition of the festival is organized by DaKINO Foundation and the FAMart Association, with the support of the National Cinematography Center and the Mayoralty of District 3, Bucharest.

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