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"A lump inside me wanted to escape" – interview with Gábor Reisz

News Four years after For Some Inexplicable Reason, Gábor Reisz has come out with a new film premiering at Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival on November 23rd. Bad Poems is more experimenting and hits an even more personal tone than his cult debut feature and captures just as much the essence of his...

Hungarian World Premiere in PÖFF Competition

News Gabor Reisz’s second feature, Bad Poems, developed at Cannes Residence, has been invited to compete for the Tallinn Grand Prix.

One Day is Nominated for European Film Award

News Zsófia Szilágyi’s Cannes FIPRESCI Prize winning One Day has been nominated for the EUROPEAN DISCOVERY 2018 – Prix FIPRESCI, an award presented annually as part of the European Film Awards to a young and upcoming director for a first full-length feature film.

My 20th Century in the Cinema Rediscovered tour

News Cinema Rediscovered's 2018 tour continues with My 20th Century, the dazzling new 4K restoration of the 1989 debut feature by the award-winning Hungarian female filmmaker Ildikó Enyedi.

Hungarian Films at the 70th Cannes Film Festival

News Today starts the 70th Cannes Film Festival, where four Hungarian movies will be screened as part of the programme. Kornél Mundruczó's latest feature, Jupiter's Moon, is in the competition, György Kristóf's debut feature, OUT, is in the Un Certain Regard section, Áron Szentpéteri's graduation...

Capturing Inner Emotions in The Dark

News Soon to graduate from the University of Theatre and Film Arts in Budapest, Áron Szentpéteri’s short film ‘Invisibly’ has been selected to this year’s Cinéfondation. This interesting and brave story depicts how a blind man’s life means much more than just not being able to see. We talked with the...

Zoltán Fábri's `Merry-Go-Round' in the Cannes Classics

News Six decades after the 1956 competition, ‘Merry-Go-Round' returns to the Cannes Film Festival. The movie, which basically renewed the language of Hungarian film, will be screened for the audience in the Cannes Classics section on the occasion of the festival’s 70th anniversary.

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