The film by Weronika Jurkiewicz was noticed at The Calvert Journal Film Festival.

The Calvert Journal Film Festival is a unique event – a cinematic journey through Eastern Europe, the Balkans, Russia, the Caucasus, and Central Europe. Its program includes documentaries, student, experimental, short, and feature-length films – both animated and live-action. In addition to competitions, there are also special screenings.

This year the student film section featured Weronika Jurkiewicz's film. The Vibrant Village was named the best film in its category. The award-winning short film takes place in a quiet Hungarian village. The men are gathering for a drink at a local bar. Meanwhile, the woman are busy with work, mass producing sexual gratification.

You can learn more about the festival here.