Kerekes' film scores twice

PETER Kerekes' documentary film 66 Seasons won the Best European Film award at the Syracuse Film Festival 2004 in the US and the Grand Prix at the Mediawave festival in Győr, Hungary.

PETER Kerekes' documentary film 66 Seasons won the Best European Film award at the Syracuse Film Festival 2004 in the US and the Grand Prix at the Mediawave festival in Győr, Hungary.

The film is composed of several stories delivered by ordinary people about the old swimming pool in Košice, the former city swimming pool, between the years 1936 and 2002 - capturing the pool's life during 66 seasons.

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