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Ioan Antoci's 'Japanese Dog' is awarded Krzysztof Kieslowski Prize

[/link] from Kornél Mundruczó, Bosnia's Snow from Aida Begic and the slew of Romanian offerings are any indication – better infrastructure is equal to burgeoning new cinema trends from Central and Eastern Europe. Among the better screenplay competitions specially designed for future screenwriter voices of Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia, the Krzysztof Kieslowski ScripTeast Award, now in its third year, might just be the next place from which the next great film might be born from. This year's recipient of a cash prize is unknown scribe Romanian Ioan Antoci and his The Japanese Dog. Kieslowski's late films dealt with the slice of life portraits of the human spirit, and from what I can tell, the ScripTeast award aims to find that same connection. Introduced during the Cannes film festival, the board didn't unveil the film's synopsis but

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