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Special Guest: Poland

Entered 412 films from 30 countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Korea, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom and United States of America
57 films selected for competition

Members of the international jury
Anna Bugajska (Poland) - journalist, film and theatre-critic
Goran Radovanovic (Serbia and Montenegro) - film director, script-writer, producer
Rãzvan Rãdulescu (Romania) - writer, script-writer
Szekfü András (Hungary) - media sociologist and film historian
Xantus Gábor (Romania) - film director, cameraman

Presented features films and documentaries
A Bus Came... by Schilling Árpád, Török Ferenc, Bodó Viktor, Pálfi György, Mundruczó Kornél (Hungary)
300 Miles Away from Heaven by Maciej Dejczer (Danmark/France/Poland)
Maria by Cãlin Netzer (Romania)
Wake Up Mate, Don't You Sleep by Jancsó Miklós (Hungary)
Dracula the Impaler by Adrian Popovici (Romania)
Bro' by Dyga Zsombor (Hungary)
Forest by Fliegauf Benedek (Hungary)
Libiomfi by Végh Zsolt, Kálmánczhelyi Zoltán (Hungary)
6 Sundays in Hungary by Pálos György (Hungary)
Catching Infinity by Bolyai János by Pataki Éva (Hungary)
Street Arabs by Maciej Dejczer (Poland)
Pejkó by B. Nagy Tibor (Hungary)

Additional programs
- Concert of the Targu-Mures Philharmonic Orchestra
- Rewarded films from ETIUDA IX 2002 International Film Festival (Krakow, Poland)
- Selection from the One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival (Prague, Czech Republic)
- Best of Mediawave 2003 (Gyor, Hungary)
- Filmtett and Duna Workshop Program
- Films for adults only
- Children program
- Teaching Film - Discussions with the representatives of Faculties of Arts, Communication and Media, high schools and film clubs
- Contemporary Polish Drama - Introducing the volume and debate on the polish drama after 1989 with Patricia Paszt (Cracovia Expres Foundation), Anna Bugajska, film and theatre-critic (Poland), Bocsárdi László, director, artistic director at the Tamasi Aron Theatre (Romania). Co-organizer Polish Institute Bucharest, Cracovia Expressz Foundation, the Hungarian Centre from Krakow
- Paniks concert (Serbia and Montenegro)
- Grencsó Trio concert (Hungary)
- Running Meter - Videoprojections, organized by ARTeast Foundation
- The Romania motifs on the polish notices - Polish Poster Exhibition

Prizes of the ALTER-NATIVE 11 International Short Film Festival

THE PRIZE OF MINIMUM PARTY (participation in next years workshop camp)
Ion Puican: Work Now (Romania)

THE PRIZE OF THE ROMANIAN SOCIETY OF RADIO BROADCASTING
(5.000.000 lei)
Dawn Westlake: Dottie: The Little Girl With The Big Voice (USA)

THE PRIZE OF THE ERDELYI RIPORT MAGAZINE FOR THE BEST DOCUMENTARY FILM (5.000.000 lei)
Alexandru Solomon: Sweet Bread of Exile (Romania)

THE PRIZE OF THE ROMANIAN NATIONAL OFFICE OF CINEMATOGRAPHY (total value 10.000.000 lei)
Billy Cowie Liz Aggiss: Anarchic Variations (England)

THE PRIZE OF THE HUNGARIAN FILM LABORATORY (the development of 3000 negative meters)
Mundruczó Kornél: Little Apocrypha (Hungary)

PRIZE OF THE DUNA WORKSHOP FOR THE BEST CINEMATOGRAPHER
(Financing the production of a short film)
Hatházi András: Ordeal of the Bier (Hungary)

THE PRIZE OF ILLYES FOUNDATION (total value 200.000 HUF)
Ex aequo:
Groó Diana: Wild Imagination - Renoir's Dreams (Hungary)
Simone Massi: Getting In Position (Italy)

IN MEMORIAM SIMÓ SÁNDOR PRIZE THE BEST STUDENT FILM OFFERED BY THE HUNGARIAN DEMOCRATIC YOUTH UNION (500 USD)
Cristian Nemescu: "C" Block Story (Romania)

THE ALTER-NATIVE 10 PRIZE OFFERED BY THE CITY OF TARGU-MURES (500 USD)
Csáki László: Days that were filled with sense by fear (Hungary)
ALTER-NATIVE - 2010
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