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News 2006

Dec29

Skating to Victory: Ljubljana 2006 - White Palms

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At the 17th edition of this festival in the capital city of Slovenia, our prize went to the Hungarian film White Palms (Fehér tenyér), third feature by Szabolcs Hajdu, a partially autobiographical drama about a gymnastics champion. The FIPRESCI jury was especially impressed by its powerful story and the exceptional psychological portrait of protagonists.
By Damir Radic

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Dec21

38th Hungarian Film Week opens with Pál Sándor’s NOAH’S ARK

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The traditional showcase of the newest Hungarian film production, the 38th Hungarian Film Week will be held on January 30 – February 6, 2007, in Budapest.
For the first time in the history of the festival, a selection committee decided about the feature competition line-up which includes 17 movies.
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Dec20

Péter Nagy, the Shooting Star from Hungary

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Young actor Péter Nagy, who landed his first big role in Gabor Herendi’s Lora: A Story About Love, is making an impressive rise to fame. He has just been selected as the Hungarian representative for the 2007 Shooting Stars, organised by European Film Promotion for the upcoming Berlin Film Festival.
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Dec19

FRESH AIR is Awarded Again

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Women Behind the Camera – At the Women’s Film Festival in New Delhi Ágnes Kocsis was handed out the Best Director Award for her diploma film, FRESH AIR.
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Dec15

Tribute to Márta Mészáros

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Istanbul Cinema&History Meeting honours Márta Mészáros with a Tribute program and a Life Achievement Award.

 

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Dec14

TAXIDERMIA, the Estonian Film Critics' Favourite

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10th Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival: Estonian Film Critics' Award went to TAXIDERMIA directed by György Pálfi.
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Dec13

Japanese Recognition for Péter Politzer

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Péter Politzer’s film, WAR NEXT DOOR was awarded Honourable Mention at the Short Film Competition organised by the Akira Kurosawa Memorial.
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Dec11

Kocsis and Fliegauf Were Awarded

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At the Bratislava International Film Festival FRESH AIR by Ágnes Kocsis was awarded the Student Jury’s Prize.
DEALER by Benedek Fliegauf won the Best Feature Film Award at the “A l’Est, du nouveau” film competition organised in Rouen, France.
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Dec09

Best Screenplay Award from Cairo

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Judit Elek won the Best Screenplay Award in Cairo for her film, THE EIGHTH DAY OF THE WEEK.
The Cairo IFF celebrating its 30th birthday ended on Friday evening.
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Dec04

Best Actress Award for Judit Schell in Monte Carlo

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On Saturday night at the Monte Carlo Comédie Film Festival Judit Schell won the Best Actress Award for her role in JUST SEX AND NOTHING ELSE.

 

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Dec03

European Film Award to BEFORE DAWN

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Bálint Kenyeres won the European Film Academy’s Best Short Film Award for his film, BEFORE DAWN.
The award was accepted by the director personally at the Award Ceremony organised on Saturday night in Warsaw.
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Nov29

Film Awards from Bucharest

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At the Bucharest DaKino Festival both the Best Director and the Best Cinematographer awards were won by Hungarian productions.
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Nov27

Hungarian World Premiere in Cairo

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THE EIGHTH DAY OF THE WEEK by Judit Elek will be premiered in the competition programme of the 30-year-old Cairo IFF.
During the birthday festival movies by Krisztina Goda and Peter Gárdos are also presented.
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Nov25

The Friday of Hungarian Cinema

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On Friday evening three international film festivals awarded Hungarian productions. WAR NEXT DOOR, the etude by Péter Politzer was awarded the Special Prize of the Jury at the Madrid Experimental Cinema Week, WHITE PALMS won the film critics’ FIPRESCI Award in Ljubljana and BLACK BRUSH by Roland Vranik was prized with the Best Debut Film Award in Antwerpen.
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Nov24

Best Director Award for DEALER

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At the international film festival organised for the first time in Batumi, Ajara Benedek Fliegauf was prized with the Best Director Award for his film, DEALER.
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Nov22

Don Quijote Award for TAXIDERMIA

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In Cottbus, Germany György Pálfi’s film won the Don Quijote Award of the International Federation of Film Societies.
At the moment TAXIDERMIA is conquering Thessaloniki for the Golden Alexander.
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Nov20

THE MEDIATOR in Salerno

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THE MEDIATOR, the documentary film by Katalin Petényi and Barna Kabay is invited to the competition programme of the Salerno Film Festival celebrating its 60th birthday.
Hungarian films in Gijon, Spain and at the “Black Nights” Film Festival in Tallinn.
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Nov17

Forum of European Cinema in Aubenas

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István Szabó is the special guest of the Forum of European Cinema beginning on 20th November in Aubenas, France.
Hungarian movies on the programme of the Bucharest and Antwerpen film festivals.

 

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Nov15

György Pálfi’s Film Conquers Thessaloniki

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TAXIDERMIA competes for the Golden Alexander Award in Thessaloniki.
Three Hungarian productions at the Madrid Experimental Cinema Week.
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Nov13

Hungary: The Short Film Country

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The 13th Regensburg Short Film Week devotes a special programme to the Hungarian film makers with the title „Hungary, the Country of Shorts”. The Southern German film event presents Hungarian animated films, festival favourites and rarely seen shorts by István Szabó.

 

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Nov10

Hungarian Films in India and Taiwan

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The programmes of the Calcutta, Goa and Taipei film festivals are enriched by movies arriving from Hungary. Films by the youngest director generation are screened in Barcelona, Cuenca and Ljubljana.
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Nov08

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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Nov08

Hungarian Shorts Around the World

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Shorts by Ferenc Cakó, Bálint Kenyeres and András Dési-Gábor Móray at film festivals all over the world.
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Nov02

It Will Turn Out in Seville

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Seven Hungarian films at the Seville Film Festival, Gabriella Hámori arrives at the first station of the Shooting Stars tour, to Andalusia. WHITE PALMS premieres in Los Angeles, Hungarian shorts in Turkey.
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Oct30

Hungarian Best Short Film in Valladolid

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SOONER OR LATER by István Madarász was awarded the Best Short Film prize at the 51st International Film Week in Valladolid.
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Oct27

Films by Márta Mészáros to Remember '56 Around the World

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On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the 1956 Hungarian revolution several foreign film screenings present works by Márta Mészáros. THE UNBURIED MAN is screened in more than thirty cities of the world.

 

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Oct26

Hungarian Films at the Lincoln Center

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The Film Society of Lincoln Center Presents: “Resistance and Rebirth: Hungarian Cinema, 50 Years After ’56”

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Oct25

French Grand Prix for WHITE PALMS

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WHITE PALMS by Szabolcs Hajdu won the Grand Prix at the Festival of European Films organised in Essonne, France.
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Oct19

HUNGARY: Special Guest Country in Valencia

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Magyar Filmunió proudly presents a wide range of recent Hungarian films at the 27th Mostra de Valencia.

 

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Oct19

Silver Hugo for TAXIDERMIA

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At the 42nd Chicago International Film Festival György Pálfi’s second feature film was awarded Silver Hugo for the brilliant mise-en-scene.
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Oct17

The London Film Festival Celebrates 50th Anniversary

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Films by Ágnes Kocsis and György Pálfi are at the London Film Festival celebrating its 50th anniversary. During these days Hungarian films are screened in Bergen, Norway and in the neighbouring Zagreb.
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Oct16

Critics’ Favourite FRESH AiR

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FRESH AiR, the first feature film by Ágnes Kocsis won the film critics’ FIPRESCI Award at the Warsaw Film Festival.
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Oct15

61 Countries Seeking Foreign Language Film Oscar®

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Beverly Hills, CA — A record 61 countries ranging from developing nations to industrialized powers, including new entrant Kazakhstan, have submitted films for consideration in the Foreign Language Film category for the 79th Academy Awards®, Academy President Sid Ganis announced today.

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Oct13

Eurimages supports 14 European co-productions

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STRASBOURG, 12.10.2006 - At its 102nd meeting held from 8 to 10 October in Strasbourg, the Board of Management of Eurimages, the Council of Europe support Fund, agreed to support 14 feature films for a total amount of  4 410 000 Euros.
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Oct10

FRESH AiR is Discovered by EFA

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Ágnes Kocsis’ first feature film is among the four productions nominated for the European Film Academy’s Discovery Award.
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Oct10

István Szabó Heads the Jury in Pusan

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Asia’s biggest international film event, the Pusan IFF begins with three Hungarian features on 12th October.

 

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Oct06

OUR STORK in Cork

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The Cork Film Festival celebrates its joining to the festivals that hand out UIP Awards with Lívia Gyarmathy’s European Film Award winner OUR STORK.
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Oct03

Hungarian Films in Chicago and Warsaw

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The 42nd Chicago International Film Festival presents films by Krisztina Goda, György Pálfi and István Szabó. In Warsaw altogether six Hungarian productions enrich the festival’s programme.
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Oct02

Eastern Wind at the European Film Festival in Essonne

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Films by Ágnes Kocsis, Benedek Fliegauf, Szabolcs Hajdu, Miklós Jancsó, András Jeles, György Pálfi and Ferenc Török are screened at the Cinessonne in France.

HUKKLE by György Pálfi is introduced as the first Hungarian film at the Paraguay Film Festival in Asunción; TAXIDERMIA competes at the international festival of fantastic films in Sitges. Hungarian film days begin at the Cinema ZED, in Leuven.

 

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Sep28

RELATIVES debuts in North-America

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Hungarian films in Vancouver, Reykjavik, New York and Changzhou

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Sep25

WHITE PALMS has been named as 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 25th September, it was announced that Hungary will enter WHITE PALMS by Szabolcs Hajdu for consideration for the Best Foreign Language Film of the Year.
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Sep25

György Pálfi is the Best Director

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At the grandiose film festival organised in Antalya, Turkey György Pálfi won the Best Director Award for TAXIDERMIA.
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Sep20

Film Festival in Copenhagen

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JUST SEX AND NOTHING ELSE by Krisztina Goda, WHITE PALMS by Szabolcs Hajdu, FRESH AIR by Ágnes Kocsis and RELATIVES by István Szabó are screened at the Copenhagen Film Festival. István Szabó and János Rózsa hold seminars in Copenhagen; Kornél Mundruczó is invited to the jury that decides about the Golden Swans.
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Sep18

Hungarian Films on the Turkish Riviera

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Turkey’s grandiose film festival presents TAXIDERMIA by György Pálfi and FRESH AIR by Ágnes Kocsis in Antalya. Works by Ferenc Cakó and the sci-fi DOLL NO. 639 take part at the short film competitions in Drama and Barcelona.

 

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Sep14

Szabó in Barcelona

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The "Festival de Cinema Polític", the only festival of political cinema of the world, will take place in Barcelona from September 26th to October 1st 2006. For its second edition, the festival has decided to pay a tribute to the Hungarian director István Szabó with a special retrospective. István Szabó will be in Barcelona  and his last film, Rokonok / Relatives, will be presented in the MACBA.
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Sep13

Life Achievement Award for Béla Tarr at the Split Film Festival

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During the following weeks the CRISALIDE Film Festival in Forli, Italy presents films by Béla Tarr; on the Procida Island near Naples and at different events in Locarno and Bellinzone the programmes are also enriched by Tarr movies.
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Sep11

Three Hungarian Films for the European Film Awards

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The European Film Academy has revealed the selection list for the European Film Awards 2006.
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Sep07

JUST SEX AND… the Film Smiles Competition

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Krisztina Goda’s successful comedy competes in the Czech Mladá Boleslav, at the “Film Smiles” Competition beginning on Saturday. At the weekend award winner Hungarian shorts will be screened in La Ciotat, Southern France, the home town of the motion picture.
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Sep05

The Cannes Film Festival's Résidence in Paris

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Closing date for applications to the Résidence du Festival de Cannes (February 28th 2007 - July 15th 2007): September 19th 2006.

 

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Aug22

Five Continents’ Films in Montreal

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Productions by Krisztina Goda and Ágnes Kocsis are invited to the Montreal „World Film” festival to be organised between 24th August and 5th September. At the end of August Hungarian films are screened at the film festivals of London, Freistadt, Palm Springs and Taipola, Finnland.
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Aug15

Hungarian Films in Sarajevo

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The 12th Sarajevo Film Festival to be held between 18th and 26th August presents ten Hungarian films and a Tribute to Béla Tarr.
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Aug13

Locarno Special Mention to Szemző

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A Guest of Life – Alexander Csoma De Körös by Tibor Szemző was given Special Mention at the 59th Locarno Film Festival.
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Aug04

Hungarian Animation Competes in Venice

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The 63rd Venice International Film Festival's Corto Cortissimo short film competition invited LETTERS, the sand animation by Ferenc Cakó.
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Jul27

Tribute to Béla Tarr in Sarajevo

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12th Sarajevo Film Festival
by Howard Feinstein

 

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Jul22

MY ONE AND ONLIES in Venice

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The 21st Settimana Internazionale della Critica introduces Gyula Nemes’ first feature film to the international audience at the Venice Biennale. MY ONE AND ONLIES competes both for the “Lion of the Future” Venice Award for the Best First Feature Film and for the International Critics’ Award in Venice.
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Jul12

Two Hungarian Films in Locarno

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KYTHERA by Péter Mészáros and A GUEST OF LIFE – ALEXANDER CSOMA DE KÖRÖS by Tibor Szemző are invited to the 59th Locarno International Film Festival beginning on 2nd August.
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Jul11

Awards from Italy

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BEFORE DAWN by Bálint Kenyeres was awarded both in Capalbio, Toscana and in Trieste. MAESTRO by Géza M. Tóth won the Central European Initiative Award at the Trieste Maremetraggio Festival.
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Jul10

Two Festivals, Three Recognitions

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Fresh Air and Taxidermia - Two Hungarian films shared the Brussels European Film Festival's main prize, the Iris Award, meanwhile a Specal Mention went to White Palms in Karlovy Vary Saturday evening.
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Jul07

Hungarian Movies in Jerusalem

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At the 23rd Jerusalem Film Festival movies by István Szabó, Krisztina Goda and Ágnes Kocsis represent the multi coloured contemporary Hungarian cinema. At the most important Israeli film festival Relatives is screened in the presence of István Szabó.
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Jul06

The Bird Saviour... in Lagów

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István Szaladják’s first feature competes at the 36th Lagów Summer Film Festival; Stolen Pictures by József Pacskovszky is screened during the information programme. The audience of Lagów can see a selection from István Szabó's and Miklós Jancsó's works with the title “Freedom under Censorship”.

 

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Jul01

A Double Hungarian Success

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The 14th Art Film Festival of Trencianske Teplice ended with a double Hungarian success: Szabolcs Hajdu won the Best Screenplay Award for White Palms while Before Dawn by Bálint Kenyeres won the Best Short Film Award on Saturday night.
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Jun29

Three Hungarian Features for Brussels' Iris Award

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Features directed by Ágnes Kocsis, György Pálfi and Roland Vranik compete at Brussels' Festival of European Film beginning on 30th June.
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Jun29

Hajdu, Kocsis and Pálfi in Karlovy Vary

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The most popular international film festival of our region begins on 30th June in Karlovy Vary. Three Hungarian features are invited to the A category festival.
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Jun23

White Palms and at the Competition Programme

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It is the 14th time at the weekend that an international film festival begins in Trencianske Teplice. Beside the latest Hungarian productions, Professor Hannibal, the evergreen by Zoltán Fábri enriches the programme as well.

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Jun20

Before Dawn

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Grand Jury Prize for Best Short Film went to Before Dawn at the 32nd Annual Seattle International Film Festival

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Jun20

Cannes 2006: Young filmmakers from Eastern Europe celebrated

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The Cannes Film Festival provided a brief overview of young Hungarian, Romanian and Polish films. Here we take another look at these films, particularly Hungarian ones, to be found at festivals and in cinemas during the year.
by Jean-Baptiste Selliez

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Jun19

Spanish and French acknowledgements for Maestro

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Critics' Special Mention went to Géza M. Tóth's Maestro in Huesca, in the meantime, the Hungrian animation won the Children Jury's Prize in La Bourboule, France.

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Jun16

Hungarian Filmmakers Abroad

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István Szaladják’s first feature debuts in Shanghai. – Károly Makk is head of the jury at Cinema Jove in Valencia.
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Jun15

Relatives Starts in Moscow

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The international premiere of Relatives by István Szabó will take place at the competition programme of the 28th Moscow International Film Festival. Seventeen features compete at the category A film festival beginning on 23rd June.

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Jun14

Hungarian Award Winner in Brooklyn

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The Carousel Rite won Best Experimental Film award at the 9th Brooklyn International Film Festival.
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Jun13

Japanese Main Prize for Before Dawn

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Bálint Kenyeres’ short that had been screened all around the world won the Best Short Film Award in Tokyo. These days the world’s audience can see it at the film festivals of Seattle, Toronto, Saint Genies Bellevue and Grimstad.
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Jun12

Best Director Award to Pálfi for Taxidermia

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György Pálfi for Taxidermia won Best Director Award at the TRANSILVANIA International Film Festival in Cluj-Napoca.

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Jun09

Zagreb, the City of Animations

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Seven animated films represent Hungary at the Animafest beginning on Monday in Zagreb.
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Jun08

Mexican Main Prize for Fateless

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Lajos Koltai’s first feature film was awarded the main prize of the Acapulco International Film Festival in Mexico.

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Jun07

Film Festival in Huesca

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Three Hungarian shorts compete in Huesca, Spain; the 20th Cabourg Film Festival presents Kontroll and Dallas Pashamende on the seashore of Normandy.

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Jun06

Hungarian Animated Films

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The International Film Festival for Children and Youth held in Zlín, Czech Republic ended with a double Hungarian success: Cartoon by Pál Tóth was awarded Golden Slipper for Best Animated Film; Géza M. Tóth for Maestro won the Hermína Týrlová Award.
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Jun02

Macedonian Award for New Eldorado

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The documentary by Tibor Kocsis was awarded the Third Prize of the AsterFest film competition in Strumica.

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Jun01

Hungarian Day at the TRANSILVANIA

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At the TRANSILVANIA IFF of Kolozsvár (Cluj Napoca) the Hungarian Day to be organised on 7th June presents new Hungarian films, audience meetings and concerts.
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May28

Prize from Cannes for Ágnes Kocsis

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The Cannes Film Festival' Cinéfondation has brought a Hungarian success: The Virus by Ágnes Kocsis was awarded a third prize among the diploma films by film students.
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May16

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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May02

White Palms: After twenty years four Hungarian films in Cannes again

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The Directors’ Fortnight selected White Palms by Szabolcs Hajdu. After twenty years Hungary presents again four films at the “festival of festivals” in Cannes.
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May01

Foreign acknowledgements for the Hungarian sci-fi again

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The Doll No. 639 by András György Dési and Gábor Móray won the Best Short Film Award in Amsterdam and in Nashville, Tennessee as well.
Attila Szász won the Best Director Award at the Newport Beach Film Festival in California.
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Apr26

Fresh Air in Cannes

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The Critics’ Week invited Ágnes Kocsis’ first feature, Fresh Air into its selection 2006. Altogether seven promising feature films compete at the prestigious sidebar section of the Cannes Film Festival. Thus in May Ágnes Kocsis will be present with two films at the same time in Cannes since her short film, The Virus will be screened at the Cinéfondation of the official programme.
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Apr20

Taxidermia in Cannes

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Taxidermia, the Hungarian Film Week’s Main Prize winner has been invited to the “Un Certain Regard” selection of the upcoming Cannes Film Festival. The Virus, a short by Ágnes Kocsis will be introduced at the “Cinéfondation” on the Croisette symbolising the dream of all the filmmakers.
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Apr19

Hungarian Films in the USA

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The programme of more important American film festivals are enriched by features, shorts and documentaries arriving from Hungary.
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Apr18

Triumphs of Hungarian Films Abroad

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At the international film festivals in France and Portugal that ended at the weekend Johanna by Kornél Mundruzcó, Second Hand Dreams by Orsolya Báthory and Before Dawn by Bálint Kenyeres were awarded.
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Apr12

Putyi Horváth’s Feature Awarded in Wiesbaden

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Death Rode out of Persia by Putyi Horváth won the Federal Foreign Office’ Prize at the Wiesbaden “goEast!” film festival.
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Apr11

One More American Main Prize for Before Dawn

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Bálint Kenyeres’ production won the Best Short Film Award at the Syracuse film festival as well.

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Apr10

Main Prize for Before Dawn from MIFF

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Bálint Kenyeres’ short won the Best Short Film Award at the Milan International Film Festival.

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Apr10

Hungarian Films at Competitions Abroad

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Hungarian productions competing in Montevideo, Rome, Buenos Aires and Aubagne.
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Apr04

goEast!

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Death Rode out of Persia  by Putyi Horváth is among the ten competition films of the Wiesbaden Film Festival.
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Apr03

Main Prize from Paris for Kenyeres’ Short

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The short by Bálint Kenyeres won the main prize of the Signes de Nuit film festival organised in Paris. This is the 20th international acknowledgement for the 13-minute short.
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Apr03

Black Brush in Copenhagen and in Hong Kong

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Roland Vranik’s title competes at NatFilm - Denmark’s biggest international film event. Following Denmark it will be introduced in Hong Kong. Altogether three feature films represent Hungary at the leading film festival of the Far East.
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Mar27

Grand Prize for Doll No. 639

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The Grand Prize of the Brussels International Festival of Fantastic Films went to András György Dési’s and Gábor Móray’s sci-fi.

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Mar21

Hungarian Films in Bollywood

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Features by Márta Mészáros, Krisztina Deák and Robert Adrián Pejó are in Mumbai, at the international film festival of India.
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Mar20

Before Dawn is the Best

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Bálint Kenyeres’ venture won the Best Short Film Award in Tiburon, California.
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Mar20

Hungarian shorts in Istanbul

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This year six Hungarian ventures are present at the programme of the Istanbul Short Film Festival.
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Mar16

Special Prize from California to Bálint Kenyeres

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The short, Before Dawn has won the Jury’s Special Prize at Cinequest in California. This is the 17th acknowledgement of the Hungarian venture won abroad.
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Mar13

Bálint Kenyeres Goes for the European Film Academy’s Short Film Award

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Before Dawn by Bálint Kenyeres has won the Prix UIP in Tampere, Finland that means a nomination for the European Film Academy’s 2006 Short Film Award.
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Mar08

From Tampere to Tiburon

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Tampere, Copenhagen, Sofia, Mar del Plata, Tiburon and Brussels: during the following days the world’s film festivals will not lack Hungarian shorts and features.
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Mar06

Porto Awards

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The 26th FANTASPORTO, Portugal’s biggest film festival ended with triple Hungarian success. In Porto Johanna by Kornél Mundruczó was awarded the Special Prize of the Jury and Orsi Tóth won the Best Actress Award for playing the title-role. On the occasion of the selection “Cinema Húngaro”, Porto festival saluted the Hungarian film art with a special prize.
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Mar01

Péter Forgács in Prague

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One World Film Festival of Prague presents a selection from the works by Péter Forgács with the title “Understanding Memory and Private History”. - During the following days, Doll No. 639  competes in Bradford, while Before Dawn  is introduced to the audience in Miami.
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Feb23

Hungarian Retrospective in Porto

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Fantasporto, Portugal’s greatest film festival begins with legendary Hungarian ventures reflecting the last 50 years’ history and with the most successful shorts from the recent past.

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Feb21

Hommage á István Gaál

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The Geneva CAC Voltaire Film Art Centre presents a retrospective from the films by István Gaál; Hungarian films at the women directors’ film festival in Milano.

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Feb10

Pictures from the Film Week

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37th Hungarian Film Week in pictures '));

- Problèmes sexuels peut commencer début en style de vie ou qu'ils pourraient peu après prévoit satisfaisant et satisfaisant sexe . Un problème construire avec le temps , ou peut se produire soudainement immédiatement en ensemble incapacité partielle ou totale et participer plus d'un de la sexe acte à caractère sexuel. Les sources d' problèmes sexuels peuvent être corporelles , émotionnel ou fois aussi . Plus émotionnels rapports inclure à la fois interpersonnelle interne problèmes de santé mentale au sein de l' du individuelle uniques. Interpersonnelles complications comprennent matrimonial voire relation problèmes ou manque d' avec impliquant concernant partenaires. Personnelles particulières problèmes psychologiques contenir , sexe culpabilité ou précédente tension . . Communauté pourrait sembler maladroit de parler avec votre médecin concernant dysfonction érectile dysfonction érectile , {vont dans des | с | chercher | choisir | get {} une évaluation | une évaluation}. Complications ou maintenait peut être assez indication de état de santé qui a vraiment besoin traitement , y compris maladie de coeur ou mal contrôlé diabétique. Traiter un sous-jacent le réel pourrait être pouvoir l'impuissance.

- Problèmes sexuels peut commencer début en style de vie ou qu'ils pourraient peu après prévoit satisfaisant et satisfaisant sexe . Un problème construire avec le temps , ou peut se produire soudainement immédiatement en ensemble incapacité partielle ou totale et participer plus d'un de la sexe acte à caractère sexuel. Les sources d' problèmes sexuels peuvent être corporelles , émotionnel ou fois aussi . Plus émotionnels rapports inclure à la fois interpersonnelle interne problèmes de santé mentale au sein de l' du individuelle uniques. Interpersonnelles complications comprennent matrimonial voire relation problèmes ou manque d' avec impliquant concernant partenaires. Personnelles particulières problèmes psychologiques contenir , sexe culpabilité ou précédente tension . . Communauté pourrait sembler maladroit de parler avec votre médecin concernant dysfonction érectile dysfonction érectile , {vont dans des | с | chercher | choisir | get {} une évaluation | une évaluation}. Complications ou maintenait peut être assez indication de état de santé qui a vraiment besoin traitement , y compris maladie de coeur ou mal contrôlé diabétique. Traiter un sous-jacent le réel pourrait être pouvoir l'impuissance.

- Problèmes sexuels peut commencer début en style de vie ou qu'ils pourraient peu après prévoit satisfaisant et satisfaisant sexe . Un problème construire avec le temps , ou peut se produire soudainement immédiatement en ensemble incapacité partielle ou totale et participer plus d'un de la sexe acte à caractère sexuel. Les sources d' problèmes sexuels peuvent être corporelles , émotionnel ou fois aussi . Plus émotionnels rapports inclure à la fois interpersonnelle interne problèmes de santé mentale au sein de l' du individuelle uniques. Interpersonnelles complications comprennent matrimonial voire relation problèmes ou manque d' avec impliquant concernant partenaires. Personnelles particulières problèmes psychologiques contenir , sexe culpabilité ou précédente tension . . Communauté pourrait sembler maladroit de parler avec votre médecin concernant dysfonction érectile dysfonction érectile , {vont dans des | с | chercher | choisir | get {} une évaluation | une évaluation}. Complications ou maintenait peut être assez indication de état de santé qui a vraiment besoin traitement , y compris maladie de coeur ou mal contrôlé diabétique. Traiter un sous-jacent le réel pourrait être pouvoir l'impuissance.

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Feb08

Prizewinners

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Prizes of the 37th Hungarian Film Week
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Feb08

The Man from London

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Press release about the current situation of Béla Tarr's and Gábor Téni's international coproduction project The Man from London
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Jan30

Bálint Kenyeres’ Success at Sundance

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Bálint Kenyeres’ short arrived back from Sundance, the greatest independent film festival of America with an Honourable Mention and form Angers, France with the Prix ARTE.
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Jan24

Biarritz and Rotterdam

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Altogether seven films arrive from Hungary to Biarritz and Rotterdam, two international film events signing the beginning of the European festival season.
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Jan24

Foreign Participants at the 37th Hungarian Film Week

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This year nearly 120 foreign professionals accepted the invitation from Magyar Filmunió to the Hungarian Film Week that plays an outstanding part in the international promotion of Hungarian films. The foreign critics’ Gene Moskowitz Award will be handed over at the final ceremony on 7th February.

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Jan20

CineLink opens CALL for ENTRiES

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New call for entries begins on January 18th for regional film projects to participate within the framework of the Sarajevo Film Festival co-production market CineLink.
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Jan20

EX ORIENTE FILM / 2006

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Register in leading and the most charming training programme of creative documentary: EX ORIENTE FILM / 2006 - Workshop for directors and producers focused on development and financing of creative documentary films
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Jan20

37th Hungarian Film Week opens with István Szabó’s Relatives

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The traditional showcase of the Hungarian film production of the year, the 37th edition of the Hungarian Film Week will be held in Budapest between January 31 – February 7, 2005.

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Jan10

Gabriella Hámori will be the Hungarian Shooting Star in Berlin

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The next generation of European movie stars are stepping into the spotlight – In February Gabriella Hámori represents Hungary at the “Shooting Stars 2006” programme organised by EFP as part of the 56th Berlinale.
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Jan03

More Than a Hundred Awards and Acknowledgements

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Hungarian film has left behind a year rich in foreign awards and acknowledgements. In 2005, 104 foreign trophies and 8 Life Achievement Awards grew the reputation of Hungarian filmmakers around the world and will adorn the 2005 Film Almanac’s chapter dealing with festival participations and awards.
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