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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.

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...

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...

Budapest Classics Film Marathon: Restored Masterpieces on Big Screen

News Claudia Cardinale (Once Upon a Time in the West, 8 ½, The Leopard), Klaus Maria Brandauer (Mephisto, Colonel Redl, Out of Africa) and Jean-Marc Barr (The Big Blue), as well as Katinka Farago, Ingmar Bergman’s legendary – Hungarian-born – colleague, are all coming to Budapest between 4-9...

"All Sounds Are Equal" - Interview

News In Cannes, he won Vulcan Award for the sound design of the 'Son of Saul,' even Christopher Nolan's Oscar-winning sound designer congratulated him. On the movie 'Sunset,' one of the most soughtafter Hungarian sound designer, Tamás Zányi was working with László Nemes on the sound effects to be as...

"In Search for Not The Perfect But The True Movie" - interview with Ildikó Enyedi

News 24 years ago, Ildikó Enyedi attended the Venice Film Festival as a film-maker who was expected to win the Golden Lion and last year she was a member of the Jury at the Lido as a renowned director. How has the festival changed and why does she consider last year's judging her most brilliant one?

The story of a fragile & bizarre friendship

News The story of a fragile and bizarre friendship A first movie from Petra Szo ´´ cs, 'Deva' will be premiered at the Venice International Film Festival. This Biennale College Cinema production tells the story of an albino orphan girl and her Catholic caretaker.

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