Blagoja Kunovski, film critic, long-time selector and current director of the ICFF “Manaki Brothers”, is part of the jury of two prestigious film festivals that are being held in June and July.
At the 52nd edition of the film festival in Karlovy Vary, which lasts from June 30th to July 8th, this year Kunovski is a member of the three-member jury for the “FEDEORA” reward, a significant film recognition which is awarded by the Federation of Film Critics of Europe and the Mediterranean. This federation was formed in Cannes, 2010, while the “FEDEORA” reward is granted during the relevant international film festivals. In Karlovy Vary this prestigious award is granted in the category “Best Film”.
At the film festival in Munich, which is being held from June 22nd to July 1st, Blagoja Kunovski-Dore is part of a three-member jury of the exceptionally influential international federation of film critics and journalists FIPRESCI, which is granting an award for best film. This year, besides Kunovski, the other members are Vica Sminova from Russia and Luuk Imhann from the Netherlands.
The international film festival in Munich was founded in 1983, while this year it is a host of over 2000 film professionals from around the world as well as 500 accredited journalists.