Euroshorts 2022

in Gdańsk and Warsaw

International Short Film Contest

There were 60 short films selected for the 31st edition of the Euroshorts 2022 International Film Festival, from such countries as: Afghanistan, Belgium, China, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Islamic Republic of Iran, Israel, Italy Japan, Lebanon, Malaysia, Peru, Poland, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States of America. 
Come to Gdańsk and see the films.

Awards

The Festival Jury will give numerous Awards to best films.

Main Award

Main Award - The Mayor of the City of Gdańsk Award

This is the most important Award of our Festival. 

Pomerania Awards

The Marshal of the Pomorskie Voivodeship Awards

There are four awards - in four categories: Best Fiction, Best Documentary, Best Animation, Best Experimental Film. A great distinction for young filmmakers,

Polish Film Award

Best Polish Film Award

This award was founded by the Polish Film Institute, the most prestigious and competent Polish film institution. We will find among the entries from Poland the winner, whose film will actually be the best.

Aman Amirzai Award

Aman Amirzai Award

It was established in 2019 to commemorate the Afghan-Czech director, whose work served intercultural understanding. The prize will be awarded to the film that makes the most interesting reference to international cooperation and interculturalism.

Marcin Stachurski Award

Marcin Stachurski Award

This is an award for the best young producer, and its patron is Marcin Stachurski,  excellent coordinator of film production who died in 2021 and a friend of our festival.

We discover talents

The Young Cinema Foundation film festival, later named Euroshorts, was created in 1992 in Warsaw, Poland, followed by the international short film contest - 7 years later. Our aim is to promote and support the young artists.
Wa have shown over 2,000 films made by young filmmakers so far and we have awarded the best ones. We had a pleasure to visit over 100 cities of Poland. It gave us the chance to create many opportunities for dialogue between artists and viewers. Many of our participants had significant success in their artistic careers.
Since 2011, the premiere events of the Festival take place in Gdansk.
Join us for this unique adventure.

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