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Promising Stories Get the Chance to Become Low Budget Films

News The Hungarian National Film Fund’s Incubator Program was launched in 2015 to support talented young directors who have not yet made their first feature. During the past three years, over 200 film projects were submitted to the programme, and 14 young directors got the opportunity to make their...

'The Márta Mészáros Marvel' Adoption at the Berlinale Classics

News 2019 sees yet another Hungarian participant at the 69th Berlin International Film Festival’s Berlinale Classics. This year the programme includes Márta Mészáros’ Adoption (Örökbefogadás), which featured at the 25th festival in West Berlin in 1975 and brought massive success to Márta Mészáros and...

"The Perspective of a Creature Who Doesn’t Have the Behavioural Tools Needed to be Loved” – Interview with Luca Tóth

News The new film by Luca Tóth, Mr. Mare is competing at the 69th Berlinal International Film Festival's Berlinale Shorts programme, along with Flóra Anna Buda's MOME graduation short, Entropia.

Andy Vajna dies at age 74

News Andrew G. Vajna, government film commissioner and producer of blockbusters like Rambo, Terminator, Music Box, founder of the Hungarian National Film Fund, which financed the Oscar winner Son of Saul, has died at the age of 74 in his home in Budapest after a long illness.

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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