Debut feature 'Out' selected for Un Certain Regard

György Kristóf´s debut feature, 'Out' has been selected for Cannes Film Festival Un Certain Regard program.

Jupiter's Moon in competition at Cannes

Kornél Mundruczó’s 'Jupiter's Moon' has been selected to play in competition at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival. 

The Citizen was awarded in Hague

Movies that Matter's Students' Choice Award was won by filmmaker Roland Vranik for The Citizen.

Gábor Herendi: 'This year will be a turning point for Hungarian cinema'

Gábor Herendi managed to do something three times, that other Hungarian directors would probably give an arm for having done once: with each 'A Kind of America', its sequel, and 'Hungarian Vagabond' he drew half a million viewers to Hungarian cinemas. Now that his new film, 'Kincsem' came out with the best Hungarian box office record since 2006, we talked to the director about how to make movies for young people and why he turned Ervin Nagy into a drunk.

'The Citizen' wins Best Film Drama in California

Roland Vranik's movie about an African refugee in Budapest won the best film drama at the 27th Cinequest, in San Jose.

Hungarian Film Week: 'Strangled' wins 9 awards

Strangled by Árpád Sopsits earned the Best Feature Film award on the 3rd Hungarian Film Week.

'Sing' wins Oscar for Best Live Action Short

Kristóf Deák's short film 'Sing', got the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short.

'1945' by Ferenc Török wins 3rd prize at Panorama Audience Award

Ferenc Török historical movie, 1945, won the 3rd prize at the 67th edition of Berlinale's Panorama Audience Award.

'On Body and Soul' wins Golden Bear

Ildikó Enyedi's "On Body and Soul" is the winner of the 67th Berlinale. The Hungarian film not only carried off the Golden Bear but also the Prize of the Ecumenical Jury, in addition to the Prize of the International Film Critics Association Fipresci, and the Berliner Morgenpost’s Reader Jury Prize.

It's the Sound that Makes it Real

Three Hungarian titles will feature this year at the 67th Berlinale: 'On Body and Soul’, '1945’ and 'Volcano Island’. They are quite different in many ways, but they have one clear connection: Péter Benjámin Lukács, the young and talented sound engineer who, by the way, doesn’t like the job title. One of the most promising and busy men in his field of work, Péter has a rich and colourful portfolio: animated short films, experimental pieces, sketch films, features and documentaries are already tied to his name, and he’s still looking for new territories to discover.

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