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27. March 2017

LET’S CEELEBRATE!

Last weekend, this year’s winners of the fifth LET’S CEE Film Festival were announced at the Award Ceremony at the Viennese Urania, attended by a great number of international festival guests.

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26. March 2017

LET'S CEE Winners 2017

At the Award Ceremony of the LET’S CEE Film Festival 2017 in the Urania Cinema in Vienna last weekend nine prizes were awarded.

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06. March 2017

LET'S CEElebrate!

With 141 films being shown, the programme of the fifth edition of LET’S CEE 2017 is going to be more wide-ranging than before. Hence, Austria’s only festival for CEE films clearly remains on a growth path.

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11. October 2015

And the Awards Go To...

At the Award Ceremony of the LET’S CEE Film Festival 2015 the winning films in five competitions were awarded last weekend in the Urania Cinema in Vienna.

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17. September 2015

CEEnema at its best!

From 1st to 11th October 2015, the fourth LET’S CEE Film Festival will be held in Vienna. 118 outstanding productions from Central and Eastern Europe will be shown.

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30. July 2015

MOVIES UNITE PEOPLE THROUGH [E]MOTIONS

A 2D animation from Ukraine is the winner of this year’s LET’S CEE Trailer Competition.

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26. June 2015

CEENEMA AT ITS BEST!

In the frame of the LET’S CEE Film Festival, more than 110 feature films, documentaries and short films from Central and Eastern Europe can be seen in Vienna.

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13. October 2014

2014: Winners & Conclusions

At the Award Ceremony of the LET’S CEE Film Festival 2014 the winning movies of three competitions were awarded last weekend in the Urania, Vienna. Conclusions were drawn.

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14. September 2014

Programme Presentation

The third LET´S CEE Film Festival will present around ninety excellent productions from Central and Eastern Europe as well as the Caucasus and Turkey.

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21. September 2013

LET’S CEE WINNERS 2013

The feature film Domestic by Romanian director A. Sitaru, the Bulgarian documentary The Last Black Sea Pirates by S. Stoyanov and the Estonian short film Distance by J. Jürgens.

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