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Foreign Press 2009

 
 
 
Sep25

The Way of All Flesh (indieWIRE)

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Gyorgy Palfi's Taxidermia
by Eric Hynes
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Sep23

Young humanist king in Jancsó’s So Much For Justice! (Cineuropa) 

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This summer, veteran Hungarian director Miklós Jancsó (soon to be 88) finished shooting on his historically-inspired feature So Much For Justice!. This Hungarian/Austrian/Polish co-production should be ready for release in February 2010.

 

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Sep14

Delta, DVD review (Telegraph)

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Kornél Mundruczó's Delta is hauntingly beautiful.
By Rachel Cooper
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Sep02

Taxidermia (The New York Times)

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A Speed-Eating Course on the Bestial Appetites of Humanity
By Stephen Holden
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Aug25

Transmission (Variety)

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A population mysteriously deprived of its telecommunication capacity crumbles into chaos in the mesmerizing dystopian drama...

By ALISSA SIMON
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Aug20

Taxidermia (Los Angeles Times)

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Family life veers into the surreal
By Kevin Thomas
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Jul16

The Seventh Circle (Variety)

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With "The Seventh Circle," Magyar scribe-helmer Arpad Sopsits completes the loose trilogy on the dark side of pre-adulthood he started two decades ago with "Shooting Gallery" and continued in 2001 with fest fave "Abandoned"...

By BOYD VAN HOEIJ
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Jul14

Chameleon (Screendaily)

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Already selected as Hungary’s submission for the foreign language Oscar this year, Chameleon is an entertaining thriller with western-style production polish, a plot which offers its fair share of surprises, and an impressive lead performance from Ervin Nagy.
by Mike Goodridge
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Jul13

Matyassy seeks revenge in Lost Times (Cineuropa)

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Aron Matyassy's feature debut, Lost Times, which won the grand prize earlier this year at Hungarian Film Week, portrays a young man's search for justice after his autistic sister is raped. The film is screening in the East of the West competition at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.
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Jul03

Pálfi in competition at Karlovy Vary (Cineuropa)

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I Am Not Your Friend, the third feature by talented and whimsical Hungarian director György Pálfi (Hukkle, Taxidermia), is among the 14 films set to vie for the Crystal Globe at the 44th Karlovy Vary Film Festival, which kicks off tomorrow.
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Jul02

Delta (Times)

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By James Christopher
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Jul01

Made in Hungária (Cineuropa)

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"I saw the original stage play seven years ago and I immediately fell in love with it. I had the feeling at the time that despite it being and excellent play, it had the potential to be even better as a movie..." - interview with Gergely Fonyó
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Jun22

Chameleon (Variety)

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An injured ballerina does a pas de deux with a handsome swindler in "Chameleon," helmer Krisztina Goda's return to contempo fare after her historical spectacle "Children of Glory" ...
By BOYD VAN HOEIJ
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Jun10

Chameleon (THR)

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"Illusion is expensive, but it's worth it" is the lesson offered from the latest film by UCLA film school graduate Krisztina Goda, "Chameleon" ...

By Natasha Senjanovic
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May29

Made in Hungaria (THR)

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Not the existential angst we've been seeing from Hungary as of late, Gergely Fonyo's "Made in Hungaria"  is a musical about 1960s-era Communism and the beginnings of rock 'n' roll behind the Iron Curtain...

By Natasha Senjanovic
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May12

Made in Hungaria (Variety)

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After a prolonged stay in the U.S., a Brylcreemed Hungarian teenybopper teaches his Commie-era peers about rock 'n' roll in "Made in Hungaria," helmer Gergely Fonyo's fluffy but swinging musical romance...

By BOYD VAN HOEIJ
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May10

Delta (Time Out London)

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reviewed by David Jenkins
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Mar23

Nagy makes acclaimed debut with Father's Acre (Cineuropa)

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Winner of the Gene Moskowitz Prize awarded by foreign critics at the latest Hungarian Film Week, Viktor Oszkár Nagy’s debut feature Father's Acre (Apaföld) was launched yesterday in Hungarian theatres by Mozinet.
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Mar23

Fathers Acre (Variety)

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By BOYD VAN HOEIJ
A wayward son's standoffish attitude toward his ex-con father leads to a sour harvest in "Father's Acre," a lean, mean debut feature by Magyar writer-director Viktor Oszkar Nagy...
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Mar16

Péter Bacsó (The Guardian)

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Obituary
by Ronald Bergan
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Mar10

Delta (Cineuropa)

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Film Focus including review by Fabien Lemercier and interviews with Kornél Mundruczó and Orsi Tóth
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Feb10

Father's Acre (Screendaily)

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reviewed by Dan Fainaru
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Feb10

Lost Times takes Golden Reel in Budapest (Screendaily)

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The Golden Reel, the main prize of the 40th Hungarian Film Week, was awarded to Lost Times, the debut feature of director Aron Matyassy.

By Theo Schwinke
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Feb05

Myriad dystopias at the Hungarian Film Week (Cineuropa)

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Two films at the Hungarian Film Week, currently in full swing, offered visions of a dystopian world strangely like our own...
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Jan07

Hungarian Film Week announces main competition line up (Screen) 

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Eighteen new feature films will compete for the Golden Reel Award at the 40th Hungarian Film Week (January 27–February 3) Budapest.
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Jan07

Box Office (Cineuropa)

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A Kind of America 2 and 9 and a Half Dates are biggest domestic hits of 2008
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