With the support of the Visegrád Fund, Centropa organized a video competition for the Visegrád countries for the first time. Students of Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic were invited to create short films about their town’s Jewish history and culture. Almost 40 videos were submitted to the competition, which were evaluated by an international jury. The results were announced on our annual Town Hall meeting in Budapest on the 26th of May.
- Gymnázium Andreja Kmeťa (Banská Štiavnica, Slovakia)
- Szondy György Gimnázium (Sahy, Slovakia)
- Pannonhalmi Bencés Gimnázium (Pannonhalma, Hungary)
- Kalocsai Nebulók (Kalocsa, Hungary)
- Gimnazjum im. ks. W. Rabczyńskiego w Wasilkowie (Wasilków, Poland)
- Huszár Gál Gimnázium (Debrecen, Hungary)
- Społeczne Liceum nr III im. Juliusza Słowackiego w Krakowie (Krakow, Poland)
- III LO w Gdańsku (Gdańsk, Poland)
- XI Liceum Ogólnokształcące (Olsztyn, Poland)
- Gimnazjum nr 2 im. Jana Pawła II (Chorzów, Poland)
- Adela Brádlová, Alzbeta Dubinová (Czech Republic)
- Rátkai Bence, II. Rákóczi Ferenc Gimnázium (Budapest, Hungary)
Primary School Category
- Bárdos Lajos Általános Iskola (Dunakeszi, Hungary) - watch the video here.
- Kis Bálint Általános Iskola (Gyoma, Hungary) - watch the video here.
- Egymi Benedek Elek Speciális Iskola (Budapest, Hungary) - watch the video here.
Secondary School Category
- XIII LO w Krakowie (Krakow, Poland) - watch the video here.
- I Liceum Ogólnokształcące im. W. Łukasińskiego w Dąbrowie Gorniczej (Dąbrowa Górnicza, Poland) - watch the videos here and here.
- I LO im. Stefana Czarnieckiego w Chełmie (Chełm, Poland) - watch the video here.
We congratulate again for every student and teacher who participated in the competition – we received many great videos, which can be watched on our Border Jumping website. We also thank for our international coordinators and members of the jury to take part in our work.
Hope to see you in next year’s competition!