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News 2007

Dec21

Hungarian Film Week announces competition titles

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Newest Magyar cinema's traditional showcase lines up 18 titles competing for the Golden Reel Award. The feature film competition of the 39th Hungarian Film Week kicking off on January 29 will host 9 world premieres.
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Dec11

Belgian Audience Award to Szirmai

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TRIPE AND ONIONS, Márton Szirmai's movie won Leuven Short Film Festival's Audience Award.
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Dec11

Zsolt Nagy, the Shooting Star from Hungary

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Prominent Jury selects the best of the best of Europe's acting talent at the Berlin International Film Festival, 8th–12th February 2008
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Dec10

Double Prize to Ducki

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LIFE LINE won Audience Award and Special Jury Award at Animateka ended on 9th Decemeber in Ljubljana.
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Dec07

Maia Morgenstern presides the 39th Hungarian Film Week's Jury

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The annual showcase of the newest Magyar production, the 39th Hungarian Film Week will be held from January 29 to February 5 2008 in Budapest. Following last years' tradition, an international jury will decide about the feature film prizes. Maia Morgenstern will preside the jury including FIPRESCI general secretary Klaus Eder, film director Krisztina Goda, cinematographer János Kende and composer, theatre director István Márta.
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Dec03

Silver Mikeldi to Nemes Jeles

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WITH A LITTLE PATIENCE directed by László Nemes was awarded the 49th Bilbao festival's Silver Mikeldi.
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Nov30

Kawasaki and Évora awards to MAESTRO

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Géza M. Tóth's 3D animation, MAESTRO won the Main Prize in Kawasaki and the Audience Award at the short film competition organised in Évora, Portugal.
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Nov26

Two Awards from Spain

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ISKA'S JOURNEY a film by Csaba Bollók was given Special Prize of the Jury at Ourense, Galicia while Barcelona L'Alternativa Feature Film Award went to MILKY WAY, an ambient movie by Benedek Fliegauf.
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Nov23

WITHOUT MERCY at Cairo competition

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Four Hungarian feature films at the 31st Cairo IFF: WITHOUT MERCY by Elemér Ragályi is to compete for the Golden Pyramid. The oldest and only one A-festival of the whole Middle East showcases LORA, KONYEC and NOAH'S ARK.
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Nov21

WOLF at the 25th Torino fest

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The international premiere of WOLF by Tamás Tóth will be on 30th November out of competition at the Torino Film Festival. - Latest works by Benedek Fliegauf and Béla Tarr are also invited to the prestigious showcase celebrating its 25th anniversary.
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Nov21

Short Film Awards

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Damascus IFF's Bronze Award went to COURT RECORD. by Zoltán Szilágyi Varga, while Márton Szirmai's  TRIPE and ONIONS got Audience Award at the Festival on Wheels in Turkey.
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Nov20

Three Hungarian premieres at IDFA

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New works by Kai Salminen - Zsuzsa Böszörményi, Sándor Silló - Boglárka Edvy and Márton Szirmai will be premiered at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, the largest documentary festival in the world.
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Nov20

TOMI'S STRUGGLE was the Best

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Zagreb Animafest's Pitching Forum selected as best project Katapult Film's TOMI STRUGGLE directed by Géza M. Tóth.
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Nov16

Béla Tarr's film on the festival circuit

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During the last weeks of 2007 the international audience can enjoy the recent feature film by Béla Tarr in Graz, Torino, Taipei, Bratislava, Tallinn and Thiruvananthapuram.
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Nov05

Golden Dove to Ducki

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DOK Leipzig, the International Festival for Documentary and Animated Film, awarded animated competition's main prize, the Golden Dove, to LIFE LINE directed by Tomek Ducki.
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Nov05

Best Director: Árpád Bogdán

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Geneva Cinema Tout Ecran's Jury awarded best director's Reflet d'Or to Árpád Bogdán for his first feature film, HAPPY NEW LIFE.
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Oct30

Seville Film Festival

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100% EUROPEO - Seville fest begins on 2nd November with the latest features by Árpád Bogdán, Csaba Bollók and János Szász.
The European film celebration known as one of the most important cultural events in Spain will be closed by Béla Tarr’s THE MAN FROM LONDON on 10th November.
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Oct26

Cinema Tout Ecran

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The best Hungarian first feature of 2006, HAPPY NEW LIFE by Árpád Bogdán, competes at Geneva Cinema Tout Ecran.
DOK Leipzig celebrates its 50th birthday, the anniversary edition of Germany's oldest event devoted to documentaries and animations shows four Hungarian productions.
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Oct24

From Uppsala to Jihlava

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Works by the Buharov brothers, Márton Szirmai, Dénes Nagy and Dezső Zsigmond enrich the programmes of prestigious international film festivals at the end of October.
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Oct16

Béla Tarr in Athens

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Twelwe works by Béla Tarr can be seen in Athens at the end of October. The grandiose retrospective screening is connected to the Greek theatrical release of Tarr's latest feature, THE MAN FROM LONDON.
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Oct15

Kiev Award to Bálint Kenyeres

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BEFORE DAWN directed by Bálint Kenyeres was awarded Best Short prize at "Steps", Kiev human rights festival.
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Oct09

WITH A LITTLE PATIENCE in Ghent

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László Nemes' short goes for the Prix UIP at Belgium’s largest film festival in Ghent. HAPPY NEW LIFE is invited to the World Cinema selection, while Bálint Kenyeres to the jury of the 34th Ghent Flanders Film Festival.
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Oct08

Icelandic Main Prize to Csaba Bollók

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ISKA'S JOURNEY by director Csaba Bollók was named "Discovery of the Year" and received the Golden Puffin at the 4th Reykjavik International Film Festival.
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Oct04

OPIUM for Chicago Gold Hugo

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OPIUM by János Szász in the main competition, and the latest movies by Csaba Bollók, Károly Esztergályos and Béla Tarr at the 43rd Chicago IFF, North America's most prominent film event.
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Oct01

Hungarian Films in Reykjavik

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The 4th Reykjavik International Film Festival is organised between 27th September and 7th October.
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Oct01

Special Diploma for DOLINA

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Special Diploma of the 28th Manaki Brothers Cinematographer's festival was awarded to Gábor Medvigy for DOLINA, the latest film directed by Zoltán Kamondi.
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Sep28

István Gaál, film director, died

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Hungarian film director István Gaál died on 25 September 2007 after a long and serious illness. He was 75 years old.
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Sep26

OVERNIGHT in Mannheim

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The new Ferenc Török movie debuts abroad at the competition programme of the 56th Mannheim-Heidelberg International Film Festival.
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Sep06

TAXIDERMIA is the official Hungarian entry for the upcoming Academy Awards

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At the meeting of the Selection Committee for Academy Awards Entry held on the 6th September, it was announced that Hungary will enter TAXIDERMIA by György Pálfi for consideration for the Best Foreign Language Film of the Year.
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Sep04

Elemér Ragályi's Second Feature for EFA Nominations

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2007 EFA list announced: Elemer Rágályi's WITHOUT MERCY is among the 42 titles on the European Film Academy's pre-selection list for upcoming European Film Award nominations.
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Sep03

Hungarian Shorts from Los Angeles to Zaragoza

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Short films by Miklós Borsos, István Madarász, Géza M. Tóth, Csaba Szekeres and András Salamon abroad.
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Aug31

Best Portrait Award from Rio

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Brazil's Disability Film Festival's Best Portrait Award went to Ágota Varga's documentary THE APPLE OF OUR EYES.
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Aug28

CineFest - September 16-23, Miskolc

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This year CineFest - taking plave between 16 - 23 September in Miskolc - received 359 films from 42 countries. Most of the films came from Hungary (97 entries), then from the USA (65) on the second place, and the third was Germany (47). We got films from all over the world, from Azerbaijan through the Philippines to Bolivia.
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Aug28

Three Hungarian Features at Montreal's World FF

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The latest productions of five continents’ cinematographic art are presented for the 31st time at the grandiose World Film Festival in Montreal.
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Aug19

Mexican Main Prize to Csaba Bollók

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ISKA'S JOURNEY presented at the competition programme of the Monterrey IFF, Mexico that ended on 18th August was awarded the Main Prize of the festival.
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Aug15

Csaba Bollók’s film competes for the Heart of Sarajevo

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The 13th Sarajevo Film Festival begins on August 17th: Seven Hungarian films are invited, Bálint Kenyeres is in the Competition Shorts Jury, the new film project of Ágnes Kocsis is in the CineLink, and five young filmmakers are to take part in the Talent Campus.
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Aug12

Locarno Golden Leopard to Benedek Fliegauf

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The jury of  the “Filmmakers of the Present” section of the Locarno Film Festival celebrating its 60th birthday awarded the main prize, the Golden Leopard to Benedek Fliegauf for his ambient movie, MILKY WAY.
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Aug10

Edinburgh, the festival city

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The international film profession will be looking towards Edinburgh, also called the Athens of the North, between 15 – 26 August, during which time the Scottish capital will be hosting the Edinburgh International Film Festival. Three Hungarian filmdirectors will be arriving with their latest work to the large-scale film festival of the several-week-long event.
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Aug07

Melbourne, Hong Kong, Edinburgh and Sarajevo

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Béla Tarr’s film, THE MAN FROM LONDON will be shown at the most renowned international film events during the month of August.
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Jul25

WITH A LITTLE PATIENCE is to compete at the Venice Mostra

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WITH A LITTLE PATIENCE, the 13-minute film of László Nemes has been invited to the 64th Venice Film Festival’s international short film competition, Corto Cortissimo.
The film produced by Inforg Stúdió has already won the Best Short Film Award of the 38th Hungarian Film Week.
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Jul12

Fliegauf's new movie selected for Locarno Film Festival

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Benedek Fliegauf, who became famous with FOREST and DEALER, has been invited to the Locarno Film Festival, where his new film, MILKY WAY, is to be premiered.
On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Swiss film festival, István Szabó’s film, THE AGE OF DAYDREAMING, will be shown once again, and Kornél Mundruczó has been invited to the Jury for the Best First Film.
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Jul09

Brussels Award for ISKA

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At Belgium’s leading film festival Mária Varga, Rózsika Varga and Marian Ursache won the Award for Best Acting for their performance in ISKA'S JOURNEY directed by Csaba Bollók.
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Jul02

Special Award from Lagów

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Maja Komorowska was honoured with the Special Award of the jury for her outstanding acting performance in THE EIGHTH DAY OF THE WEEK, a film by Judit ELek, at the 37th Lubuskie Film Summer in Lagów, Poland.
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Jul02

Moscow Prize to OPIUM

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Best Actress Prize of the 29th Moscow IFF went to Kirsti Stubo for her leading role in OPIUM - DIARY OF A MADWOMAN a film by János Szász.
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Jun26

HUNGARIANS at the 42nd KVIFF

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DOLINA by Zoltán Kamondi, HAPPY NEW LIFE by Árpád Bogdán and THE TRAP by Srdan Golubovic coproduced by Új Budapest Filmstúdió at the 42nd KVIFF
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Jun24

WHITE PALMS - A punishing, beautiful drama...

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An Athlete Doing Battle With His Past - Matt Zoller Seitz about WHITE PALMS in The New York Times.
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Jun12

DOLINA in the Karlovy Vary Competition

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The programme of the 42nd Karlovy Vary IFF has been revealed: DOLINA by Zoltán Kamondi is invited to the competition programme of the most important international film festival of Category A in Central and Eastern Europe.
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Jun11

OUR STORK in Minsk

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Lívia Gyarmathy won Best Director Award for her short film OUR STORK in Minsk.
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Jun11

Annecy, the "world reference" of Animated Film

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On Monday the most important international festival of animated films began in Annecy, France. - This year six Hungarian productions are selected.
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Jun07

Russian Acknowledgement for Dezső Zsigmond

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JOSEPH NURSE AND THE YELLOW BICYCLE by Dezső Zsigmond was awarded a Special Mention at the Golden Knight Film Festival in Pyatigorsk.
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Jun06

8TH KECSKEMÉT ANIMATION FILM FESTIVAL – 20 - 24 JUNE, 2007

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Kecskémet Animation Film Festival (KAFF) is two festivals in parallel: the festival of Hungarian animation films and the international festival of European animation cinema and television feature films.
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Jun04

Czech Main Prize for Szabolcs Hajdu

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WHITE PALMS by Szabolcs Hajdu was awarded the main prize of “Visegrád Countries” Section in Zlín. The acknowledgement was handed out by the Czech cultural minister, Václav Jehlička to the producer of the film, Iván Angelusz.
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May31

Dragons and Dolphins

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Hungarian films compete for the Golden Dragon in Krakow and for the Golden Dolphin at the FESTROIA film festival beginning on Friday in Portugal.
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May24

Béla Tarr in Cannes

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Hungarian director Béla Tarr, a guest of the Cannes Festival in 2000 for the presentation of WERCKMEISTER HARMONIES in the parallel section, is competing for a Palme d'Or this year with his new feature, THE MAN FROM LONDON. (Festival de Cannes)
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May23

EFP announces its new board of directors

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The members of European Film Promotion (EFP) today elected a new Board of Directors at its General Assembly during the Cannes International Film Festival. The Board is composed of six members and the term of office lasts for two years.
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May13

NEWS - NEWS - NEWSLETTER

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Don't miss any news about the Hungarian cinema, download the Newsletter of Magyar Filmunió!
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May13

HUNGARIAN PAVILION in CANNES

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Magyar Filmunió is proud to launch the Hungarian Pavilion at the International Village between 16-26 May 2007 in Cannes.
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May11

Market Screenings in Cannes

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Hungarian Films at the MARCHÉ DU FILM 2007
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Apr24

Hungarian Films at the Tribeca Film Festival

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Forgács, Pálfi, Szemző: The Tribeca Film Festival begins with a record number of Hungarian titles in New York.
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Apr24

Syracuse Award to HERMINAFIELD

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HERMINAFIELD - APPARITIONS by Péter Halász won the Best Experimental Film Award at the Syracuse IFF in the United States.
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Apr19

Béla Tarr’s new feature in competition at the 60th Cannes Film Festival

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Following a 19-year break this is the first time that a Hungarian film director's feature, THE MAN FROM LONDON by Béla Tarr is invited to the official competition programme of the Cannes Film Festival organised between 16-27 May – announced the Paris press conference while revealing the official selection of the 60-year-old international film festival.
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Apr18

Zsolt Kézdi-Kovács’ films in Geneva

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Beginning on 19th April the Geneva CAC Voltaire Cultural Centre devotes a retrospective to the work of the Hungarian film director, Zsolt Kézdi-Kovács.
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Apr16

HAPPY NEW LIFE in Lecce

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The 38th Hungarian Film Week’s best first film, HAPPY NEW LIFE by Árpád Bogdán competes at the Lecce film festival.
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Apr13

Hungarian Cinema in the Focus

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At the international film festival beginning on 14th April in Islantilla, Andalusia the FOCUS will be on the Hungarian cinema, on this occasion movies by Péter Bacsó, Miklós Jancsó, Márta Mészáros, Pál Erdőss, Géza Bereményi and György Pálfi will be screened. - DEALER by Benedek Fliegauf is invited to the Chameleon Award Competition .
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Apr12

Special Mention from the HKIFF

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At the Hong Kong International Film Festival FRESH AIR by Ágnes Kocsis was given a Special Mention - Last year’s festivals favourite from Hungary, FRESH AIR competes at IndieLisboa next time.
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Apr11

Tarr Films in Zagreb, Split and Rijeka

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Zagreb Cineteka and Split Film Museum introduce a selection from Béla Tarr films, the retrospective programme is also presented in Rijeka.

 

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Apr03

See the World through Women's Eyes

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Márta Mészáros is the special guest at the Women’ Film Festival in Seoul: between 5 - 12 April emblematic movies by the world famous Hungarian director are screened in the capital of South Korea.

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Apr02

Best Director Award to István Szabó

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At the Tiburon Film Festival in California István Szabó won the Best Director Award for RELATIVES.
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Mar27

Young Hungarian Filmmakers around the World

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Movies by Ágnes Kocsis, István Madarász and Gyula Nemes represent Hungary at prestigious film events in Germany, France and Argentina.
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Mar22

RELATIVES in Tiburon

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The annual Tiburon IFF presents films by István Szabó, Krisztina Goda and Péter Gárdos.
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Mar21

Tarr Films in Prague

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FEBIOFEST - the largest audiovisual festival in the Czech Republic - begins on 22nd March in Prague with a Tribute to Béla Tarr and with outstanding Hungarian films from the recent past.

 

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Mar14

Seven Hungarian Films at the Pune IFF

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The programme of the 5th Pune International Film Festival is enriched by outstanding Hungarian films from the recent years.

 

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Mar12

Californian Award for FRESH AIR

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At San Jose Cinequest, North California’s movie festival FRESH AIR by Ágnes Kocsis was given the Global Vision Award.
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Mar07

Pálfi, the Best Director in Mexico as Well

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In Mexico City the Best Director Award was handed out to György Pálfi for his film, TAXIDERMAI, the trophy was handed over by the head of the jury, Geraldine Chaplin. This was the first time in the history of FICCO, the Mexico City International Film Festival that a Hungarian production was awarded.
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Mar06

Film Festivals in Mar del Plata, Mumbai and Vienna

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FRESH AIR, MAESTRO and TAXIDERMIA at the only category A festival of Latin America. - In Mumbai the international film festival begins with seven Hungarian productions, while in Vienna THE EIGHTH DAY OF THE WEEK by Judit Elek will be the honorary guest of the FrauenFilmTage.
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Mar05

Audience Award from Oporto

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The 27th Fantasporto ended on Sunday night: at the biggest international film event of Portugal TAXIDERMIA by György Pálfi was the audience’s favourite.
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Mar01

Eurimages supports 10 European co-productions

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Strasbourg, 28.02.2007 - At its 104th meeting held on 25.02.2007 - 27.02.2007 in Strasbourg, the Council of Europe Eurimages Fund Board of Management agreed to support 10 feature films for a total amount of 3 860 000 Euros.
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Feb26

Erasmus Prize 2007 awarded to Péter Forgács

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The Board of the Praemium Erasmianum Foundation has decided to award the Erasmus Prize 2007 to the Hungarian filmmaker and media artist Péter Forgács.
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Feb19

Special Mention from Berlin

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At the 57th Berlin International Film Festival HAPPY NEW LIFE by Árpád Bogdán was given the Special Mention of the Manfred Salzgeber Jury.
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Feb07

Awards of the Film Week

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Prizes of the 38th Hungarian Film Week
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Feb06

HUNGARIANS at the BERLINALE

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Hungarian presence at the Berlin International Film Festival, starting on February 8th, will be marked and quite varied this year.
Five Hungarian films and a co-production with Hungarian participation will be screened in the course of the different programmes. In recognition of her outstanding achievements Márta Mészáros will receive the Berlinale Camera. Péter Nagy will appear in the Shooting Stars programme among Europe’s new acting talent.
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Jan30

BERLINALE CAMERA AWARD to MÁRTA MÉSZÁROS

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For her outstanding career as a filmmaker and for being the first woman to ever win a Golden Bear for best film, the Berlinale honors MÁRTA MÉSZÁROS with the BERLINALE CAMERA AWARD.
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Jan24

Hungarian Animation at Berlin’s Short Film Competition

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Zoltán Szilágyi Varga’s animated film etude, COURT RECORD. – IN MEMORIAM PÉTER MANSFELD is selected for the competition program of the 57th Berlinale.
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Jan24

MAESTRO for the OSCAR

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After several international festival prizes Géza M. Tóth's film has been nominated for Best Animated Short Film's OSCAR®

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Jan23

Ulrich Gregor heads the feature film jury of the 38th Hungarian Film Week

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The international jury decides about two main feature film awards this year in Budapest: one entertainment movie and one art film award will be given at the Hungarian Film Week beginning on January 30.
The foreign critics’ Gene Moskowitz Award will be handed over to the best feature film at the closing ceremony on February 6.
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Jan19

HAPPY NEW LIFE and MEN IN THE NUDE at the Berlinale

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The 57th Berlinale to be organised between 8th and 18th February has announced the films of the Panorama: HAPPY NEW LIFE, Árpád Bogdán’s first feature film and MEN IN THE NUDE, an unconventional love story by Károly Esztergályos have the chance to be presented in Berlin.
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Jan16

Five Hungarian Films in Biarritz

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The FIPA celebrates its 20th jubilee between 23rd and 28th January in Biarritz. Productions by Csaba Bereczki, Diana Groó and Árpád Sopsits are invited to the competition programmes.
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Jan15

Csaba Bollók’s Feature at the Berlinale

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Csaba Bollók’s feature film, ISKA'S JOURNEY is invited to the 57th Berlin IFF to be organised in February. The world premiere of the film presenting the story of Iska, a girl living on the streets in a coalmining town of the Southern Carpathians will take place at the Generation KPlus competition programme of the Berlinale.
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Jan11

CineLink Call for Entries 2007

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New call for entries began on December 25th 2006 for filmmakers from Southeast Europe to participate within the framework of the Sarajevo Film Festival co-production market CineLink.
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Jan10

European Film Promotion celebrates ten years of Europes most promising acting talent

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PÉTER NAGY from Hungary - Twenty-five of the best and brightest young actors and actresses from across Europe have today been chosen by European Film Promotion (EFP) as the tenth generation of SHOOTING STARS.

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Jan10

18 new titles selected for Hungarian Film Week

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Hungarian Film Week has announced the lineup for its 38th annual showcase of new Hungarian cinema which takes place from Jan 30 to Feb 6 in Budapest.
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Jan06

Film Week unveils selection

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An annual showcase of Hungarian cinema, which is in the midst of a renaissance, the programme of the 38th edition of Hungarian Film Week has been unveiled. The event will take place from January 30-February 6 in Budapest.
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Jan04

FRESH AIR Nominated to the Bergman Award

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Ágnes Kocsis’ diploma film has again received an international acknowledgement: FRESH AIR is nominated for the Ingmar Bergman Award. Altogether five first feature films compete for the prize carrying the name of the world famous Swedish director.
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