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Moveast runs to ‘At the River’

Festival awards top prize to drama

MOSCOW — Hungary’s Eastern Europe-focused festival Moveast awarded its top Golden Benjamin prize to debut Ukrainian director Eva Neymann’s “At the River” Tuesday. Neymann was at the festival, held in the southern Hungarian town of Pecs, to receive the 10,000 euros ($13,580) prize in addition to nods from the Fipresci and FICC juries.

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