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Foreign Press 2007

Oct10

Only human (Screen International)

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Benedek Fliegauf's Milky Way (Tejút) presents viewers with a puzzle...
Theodore Schwinke reports
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Oct10

Iska's Journey takes top prize in Reykjavik (ScreenDaily.com)

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Csaba Bollok's Iska's Journey from Hungary won the discovery of the year award at the Reykjavik International Film Festival. The film was awarded the festival's first Golden Puffin award.
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Sep10

Hungary nominates Palfi's Taxidermia for Oscar race (ScreenDaily.com)

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Gyorgy Palfi's Taxidermia makes cut as Hungary's Oscar offering.
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Sep07

Taxidermia announced as Hungarian contender (Cineuropa)

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Young Hungarian director György Pálfi’s second feature, Taxidermia, has been selected to represent Hungary as one of the potential nominees for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2008 Academy Awards, which will be awarded on February 24 after the selection is narrowed down to five final contenders on January 22.
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Aug22

Milky Way (Variety)

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Mise-en-scene triumphs in "Milky Way", by cult Magyar helmer Benedek Fliegauf ("Forest", "Dealer"). Winner of Locarno's experimental Filmmakers of the Present competition, pic comprises nine beautifully composed, fixed takes of landscapes in which people and objects move within -- as well as in and out of -- the frame...
By ALISSA SIMON
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Jul20

Fliegauf takes the Milky Way to Locarno (Cineuropa)

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Hungarian cinema will be represented at the 60th Locarno International Film Festival (August 1-11) by Benedek Fliegauf’s Milky Way, which will compete in the Filmmakers of the Present section.
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Jul18

Taxidermia (The Observer)

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by Philip French
Sunday July 15, 2007
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Jul16

Taxidermia (The Guardian)

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by Peter Bradshaw
Friday July 13, 2007
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Jul15

Much ado about stuffing (Guardian Unlimited)

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Gyorgy Palfi's new picture, Taxidermia, started out as a straight family saga. It quickly warped into a grotesque parable of central Europe, complete with fiery ejaculations and curly pig's tails. "The film had a life of its own," he tells Phil Hoad.
Thursday July 12, 2007
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Jul07

Dolina (Variety)

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A Byzantine allegory about a despotic regime seizing control of a sleepy Central European hamlet, "Dolina" boasts the most eye-popping production design this side of Terry Gilliam's "Brazil." However, Magyar helmer Zoltan Kamondi's fourth feature needs an emotional hook to bring viewers into the pic's sinister, intricately detailed world. Despite some powerful performances, this adaptation of a 1999 novel by Adam Bodor lacks a sympathetic character to identify with, making it seem cold and hollow.
By ALISSA SIMON
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Jun25

An Athlete Doing Battle With His Past (The New York Times)

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By MATT ZOLLER SEITZ
The term “sports film” doesn’t do justice to the director Szabolcs Hajdu’s movie “White Palms,” a punishing, beautiful drama about a troubled 30-something Hungarian gymnast who gets a job as a coach training 2001 Calgary Olympic hopefuls. The film is shot and edited in an austere, quasi-documentary style reminiscent of that of films by the Dardenne brothers (“The Son”) and cast mainly with skilled gymnasts who perform their own routines.
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May30

Béla Tarr adapte " L'Homme de Londres ", de Simenon (Le Monde)

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Le film du cinéaste hongrois, dont on célèbre le style singulier, laisse dubitatif
J.M.
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May30

Cannes roundup (The Guardian)

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Peter Bradshaw reviews the latest films
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May25

Cannes Journal (The New York Times)

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Dear France, Thanks for Being You. With Gratitude and Affection, the Rest of Us.
By A. O. SCOTT and MANOHLA DARGIS
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May25

The Man from London (Variety)

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Unlikely to bridge the gap between those who reckon Magyar director Bela Tarr is either a visionary genius or a crashing bore, "The Man From London" checks in as good but not great Tarr, more on the level of his first mature work, "Damnation" (1987), than one to sit at the Olympian table of "Satan's Tango" and "Werckmeister Harmonies." Moody, claustrophobic drama about a blue-collar stiff who stumbles on a stash of money, pic seems a hostage to its plot rather than a true Tarr reverie on human desire and greed, with less of his spiritual underpinnings. Fests will bite, nonetheless.
By Derek Elley
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May10

Hopes high for Hungarian filmmaking (The Budapest Times)

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Hungarian cinema returns to Cannes competition with Tarr flick
by Michael Logan
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Mar10

Iska's Journey (Screendaily.com)

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Dan Fainaru in Budapest
06 Mar 2007
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Mar10

Men In The Nude (Screendaily.com)

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Dan Fainaru in Budapest
06 Mar 2007
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Mar10

Opium: Diary Of A Madwoman (Screendaily.com)

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Dan Fainaru in Budapest
02 Mar 2007 15:48
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Mar10

Happy New Life (Screendaily.com)

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Dan Fainaru in Budapest
06 Mar 2007
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Feb13

Hungary for success (Variety.com)

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Tyros, tax coin fuel country's film growth
By KATJA HOFMANN
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Feb10

Children of Glory (Variety.com)

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In "Children of Glory," the quelled 1956 Hungarian Revolution against Soviet-led Communist rule -- and subsequent Magyar Olympic water polo victory over the Russkies in Melbourne -- is given the widescreen, high-concept Hollywood treatment by native sons Andrew G. Vajna and Joe Eszterhas.
By EDDIE COCKRELL
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Feb10

Miscalculation (Variety.com)

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Crisply adapted from a futuristic story by Imre Kertesz, author of "Fateless," "Miscalculation" is a cold moral parable about the folly of arrogance.
By EDDIE COCKRELL
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Feb10

S.O.S. Love! (Variety.com)

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Hungary shows Hollywood how contempo romantic comedy is done in vet helmer Tamas Sas' fluffy relationship romp "S.O.S. Love!"
By EDDIE COCKRELL
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Feb10

Konets (Variety.com)

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Shrewdly grafting Western genre elements to central European social concerns, "Konets" is a droll dramedy about a pair of seventysomethings on an inadvertent robbery spree and the bickering cop couple sent on their trail.
By EDDIE COCKRELL
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Feb10

Opium: Diary of a Madwoman (Variety.com)

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A strung-out doctor with writer's block takes inspiration, among other things, from a beautiful female patient who's a compulsive diarist in the intense and harrowing period drama "Opium: Diary of a Madwoman."
By EDDIE COCKRELL
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Feb10

Iska's Journey (Variety.com)

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A determined 12-year-old girl survives the extreme poverty of her Romanian coal-mining town but is overwhelmed by the outside world in keenly observed drama "Iska's Journey."
By EDDIE COCKRELL
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Feb10

Men in the Nude (Variety.com)

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Titillatingly titled "Men in the Nude" reveals itself to be a heavyhanded, earnestly played meller about a bearded, middle-aged writer who steps out on his actress wife with a coltish young man who alternately mocks and muzzles him.
By EDDIE COCKRELL
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Feb10

Happy New Life (Variety.com)

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Eye-catching surface cool can't cover for absent narrative energy in ironically titled rootless Romani drama "Happy New Life".
By EDDIE COCKRELL
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Jan17

Hungarian Film Week unveils lineup (Variety.com)

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New selection process reflects changes to country's biz
by JOHN NADLER
BUDAPEST
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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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