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Foreign Press 2008

Nov27

The Sun Street Boys: Rock’n’roll & revolution at Turin (Cineuropa)

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Beginning and ending with two film citations (“For a film, it is enough if we can photograph free people”, Jean-Luc Godard, and “I love these stubborn youths,” from Andrzej Wajda’s Ashes and Diamonds), the latest film by Hungary’s György Szomjas, The Sun Street Boys, on the tragic events of 1956, is his “most important,” according to the director.
by Gabriele Barcaro
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Oct27

"With Freedom Come Responsibilities" (Cineuropa)

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We met with the veteran Hungarian filmmaker, who has won numerous awards throughout his career. The interview was carried out as part of the Dijon Film Meetings which Istvan Szabo attended as president of the FERA (Federation of European Film Directors).
by Fabien Lemercier
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Oct22

Tarr inspired by Nietzsche for The Turin Horse (Cineuropa)

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Hailed as the last film by Hungarian master Béla Tarr, Hungarian/Swiss/German/French co-production The Turin Horse will start shooting in November. The film will star Czech actor Miroslav Krobot and Hungarian actress Erika Bók (who both appeared in The Man from London), alongside Germany's Volker Spengler (Fassbinder's In a Year of 13 Moons).
by Fabien Lemercier
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Jun04

Mundruczó’s captivating Delta (Cineuropa)

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Staggeringly beautiful from an aesthetic perspective, the film manages to captivate viewers despite its minimalist plot and dialogues...
by Fabien Lemercier
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Jun04

Delta (THR)

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Gloomy stylistic exercise in Greek tragedy on a remote Hungarian river delta...
by Deborah Young
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May25

Benedek Fliegauf's Womb wins Krzysztof Kieslowski award (ScreenDaily)

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WOMB receives Krzysztof Kieslowski award Benedek Fliegauf's cloning project, also in Atelier at Cannes, takes top prize in second annual ScripTeast competition.
by Theo Schwinke
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May22

The Festival Genre (The New York Times)

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...beautifully shot, with an impressive feel for the poetry of faces and natural phenomena...
by A. O. Scott
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Apr26

Rising star Mundruczó shines with Delta (Cineuropa)

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The new generation of Hungarian filmmakers continue to build an international reputation with their first competition selection at the Cannes Film Festival...
by Fabien Lemercier
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Mar16

Wolf (KinoKultura)

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The Big Bad Wolf: A Mystery Story for Grown-ups
by Emma Helena Čulík
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Feb28

The Investigator (ScreenDaily)

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This quirky little thriller brings to mind Patricia Highsmith's Ripley series, where the perverted morality of the ending requires the reader to take sides with the villain...
by Dan Fainaru
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Feb10

Delta (ScreenDaily)

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Kornel Mundruczo is back on his feet with his best rounded and most mature work to date...
by Dan Fainaru
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Feb08

The Sun Street Boys (ScreenDaily)

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A remarkable piece of filmmaking, it moves with consummate ease from docudrama to historical epic, from coming of age romance to nostalgic elegy for a youthful energy and exuberance gone by, using alternately black and white, colour, documentary footage and everything in between.
by Dan Fainaru
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Feb06

Delta and The Investigator triumph at Film Week (Cineuropa)

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Talented Hungarian filmmaker Kornél Mundruczó won the Golden Reel Award for Best Film at the 39th Hungarian Film Week for Delta.
by Fabien Lemercier
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Feb04

39th Film Week underlines Hungarian film law success (FNE)

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This year's Hungarian Film Week underlines the overwhelming success of the Hungarian Motion Picture Act, which is now in its fourth year of operation. The system of support it introduced for the Hungarian film industry is obviously thriving both artistically and financially.
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Feb03

Hungarian Film Week opens doors (Variety)

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By JOHN NADLER
BUDAPEST - Hungary’s premier showcase for local pics, the Hungarian Film Week, opened its doors Tuesday, with around 400 titles set to screen.
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Feb02

Hungarian Film Week gets under way (FNE)

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The 39th Hungarian Film Week opened this week during a time described as one of momentous change for the industry. Among the most important issues is the European Union's objections to the 20% tax break permitted on productions in Hungary under its highly successful film law.
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Jan30

Hungarian Film Week set (THR)

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BUDAPEST -- The 39th Hungarian Film Week, opening Tuesday, will present the best of the past year's Hungarian cinema. Beside the selected 18 full-length features competing for the  new prize of The Golden Reel, a total of 388 other films will screen during the event in Budapest.
by Brigitta Bokor
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Jan05

Film Week line-up (Cineuropa)

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The annual showcase of the best of current Hungarian cinema, Hungarian Film Week, has unveiled the selection for its 39th edition (January 29-February 5), which will screen 104 films in competition including 18 features, 37 shorts and 33 documentaries, in Budapest.
by Fabien Lemercier
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