Grosan awarded at Venice Film Festival

Hungarian film director Cristina Grosan received an independent director's prize given to female directors under 40 at the Venice Film Festival for her film Hetkoznapi Kudarcok (Everyday Failures) screened at the festival's Giornate degli Autori programme, on Sunday.

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Grosan awarded at Venice Film Festival

Hungarian film director Cristina Grosan received an independent director's prize given to female directors under 40 at the Venice Film Festival for her film Hetkoznapi Kudarcok (Everyday Failures) screened at the festival's Giornate degli Autori programme, on Sunday.

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