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Foreign Press 2006

Dec20

Nagy: Hungary’s 2007 Shooting Star with Lora (Cineuropa)

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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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Dec14

Fresh Air (Stylus Magazine)

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Opposites attract? has long been milked dry as a theme, but tirelessly reworked because the formula is so easily moldable: take two wildly dissonant characters, collide at will, observe mayhem. Ágnes Kocsis, a remarkably promising young Hungarian auteur, subverts the homily in her debut feature Fresh Air, applying something along the lines of 'sames repel' to a mother and daughter who, despite obvious shared traits, can't communicate...
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Dec14

Fresh Air: A Breath of New Hungarian Cinema (Steven Yates)

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Fresh Air (Friss Levegő) was one of the films in competition at the recent Kiev Film Festival of the 36th Molodist that took place towards the end of October. It is the first feature by Ágnes Kocsis and has already won her awards to underline the acclaim she has received...
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Dec10

Kythera (Variety.com)

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Dec 6, 2006
By JAY WEISSBERG

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Oct10

European Discovery: And the nominees are… (Cineuropa)

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Four debut feature films have been nominated in the European Discovery category of the upcoming European Film Awards: Gela Babluani's French/Georgian co-production 13 Tzameti, Slawomir Fabicki's Retrieval (Poland), Matthias Luthardt's Pingpong (Germany) and Agnes Kocsis's Fresh Air (Hungary).

by Vitor Pinto
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Oct10

It is a film about nothing. And I was able to shoot everything about nothing... (Cineuropa)

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Hungarian director Gyula Nemes presented his debut feature My One and Onlies in Venice as part of the Critics’ Week. The highly kinetic, energetic and cinematic portrait of a womaniser (played by Krisztián Kovács) premiered during the same week on five screens in Hungary to great success. Cineuropa met with the director in Venice.

by Boyd van Hoeij
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Sep27

White Palms Hungarian candidate (Cineuropa.org)

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The wonderful adventure continues for White Palms (Fehér tenyér), the third feature by Szabolcs Hajdu, which has been shortlisted as the Hungarian candidate for the 2007 Oscar nominations for Best Foreign Language Film.

by Fabien Lemercier
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Sep26

Hungary picks White Palms for Oscars (Variety.com)

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Pic swept board at Hungarian Film Week in February

By KATJA HOFMANN

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Sep26

Hungary submits White Palms for Oscar race (Screendaily.com)

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Hungary has selected Szabolcs Hajdu’s White Palms (Feher Tenyer) as its official entry for the foreign-language category of the Academy Awards.

by Wendy Mitchell
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Sep11

A woman a day keeps the doctor away (Cineuropa)

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After the invasion of Cannes and Karlovy Vary, My One and Onlies (Egyetleneim), another discovery from a young Hungarian director, was presented as part of the Critics Week on the Venetian Lido. The first feature from director Gyula Nemes tells the partially autobiographical story of a womaniser whose personal credo seems to be that a woman a day keeps the doctor away.

September 7, 2006
by Boyd van Hoeij
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Sep11

Friss levegő (Mirror)

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On top of the World - A look at what’s hitting screens at the WFF this week

by MALCOLM FRASER, MATTHEW HAYS, OMAR MAJEED and CHLOE ROUBERT

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Sep10

Egyetleneim / My One and Onlies (european-films.net)

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After the invasion of Cannes and Karlovy Vary ...

by Boyd van Hoeij
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Aug26

White Palms and Taxidermia at Toronto (Cineuropa)

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Since their wins in February at the Hungarian Film Week, White Palms by Szabolcs Hajdu and Taxidermia by György Pálfi are continuing their successful run on the international festival circuit.

by Fabien Lemercier
August 24, 2006
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Aug25

A woman chaser in My One and Onlies (Cineuropa)

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After a 20-year absence, young Hungarian cinema will make its big comeback in the Critics’ Week at the Venice Film Festival (August 30-September 9), with My One and Onlies (Egyetleneim), the debut feature by Gyula Nemes.

by Fabien Lemercier
August 22, 2006
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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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Jul16

Szabolcs Hajdu on 'Fehér tenyér' (european-films.net)

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Written by Boyd van Hoeij    
Saturday, 15 July 2006
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Jul15

Péter Mészáros’ Kythera selected (Cineuropa)

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As the only Hungarian feature selected for the 59th Locarno International Film Festival (August 2-12), Kythera by Péter Mészáros will take part in the competition section Filmmakers of the Present.
By Fabien Lemercier

 

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Jul14

Taxidermia (european-films.net)

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Written by Boyd van Hoeij    
Thursday, 13 July 2006 
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Jul10

Focus on Hungary (Cineuropa)

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An expert on Central and Eastern Europe at Unifrance, Joël Chapron analyses for Cineuropa the excellent performance of French films in Hungary and dynamic Hungarian production, which this year presented three features in the various parallel sections of the Cannes Film Festival.

by Fabien Lemercier
July 10, 2006
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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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Jun08

FForFilm on board for FRESH AIR (Screen Daily)

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Nancy Tartaglione-Vialatte in Paris
08 June 2006

 

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May26

Taxidermia (Rotten Tomatoes)

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Taxidermia contains three generational stories, about a grandfather, a father, and a son, linked together by recurring motifs.
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May25

Eastern Europe revived by new talent (THR)

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Strong Cannes slate reflects renewed vibrancy in diverse market

By Nick Holdsworth

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May25

Taxidermia (THR)

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By Duane Byrge
Bottom line: Bunuel meets "Brazil" in a peculiar saturnalia of gross bodily functions.

For those with a cinematic stomach for huge bowls of vomit, "Taxidermia" should sate the aesthetic appetite.
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May24

Meat the press (rogerebert.suntimes.com)

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“Taxidermia” is by Gyorgy Palfi, the Hungarian director of “Hukkle” (2003), a sort of wonderful movie almost entirely without human sounds except for hiccups. I am sure “Taxidermia” it is an important film and certainly a brave one, but I doubt if I know anyone who would thank me for recommending it.

By Roger Ebert
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May11

Fresh Air (Screen Daily)

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Dan Fainaru in Budapest
11 May 2006
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Apr11

Fateless takes top honors at Film Fest (Mail Tribune)

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Hungarian film tops the list of outstanding movies shown at the annual Ashland event
By BILL VARBLE, April 10, 2006

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Mar27

Literary drunkenness in Death Rode Out of Persia

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Putyi Horváth’s second feature, Death Rode out of Persia (A halál kilovagolt Perzsiából) – which screened at the 2005 Turin Festival and in the section Sturm und Drang at the last Rotterdam festival – was released yesterday in Hungarian theatres by MOKÉP. The film is the first production from the T.T. Filmműhely Workshop, headed up by well-known filmmaker Béla Tarr.

March 24, 2006
by FABIEN LEMERCIER

 

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Feb15

The Prince's Respite (Variety.com)

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February 15, 2006
By EDDIE COCKRELL

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Feb14

Herminafield: Apparitions (Variety.com)

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February 14, 2006
By EDDIE COCKRELL

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Feb14

White Palms (Variety.com)

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February 14, 2006
By EDDIE COCKRELL

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Feb14

Fresh Air (Variety.com)

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February 14, 2006
By EDDIE COCKRELL

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Feb14

Just Sex And Nothing Else (Variety.com)

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February 14, 2006
By EDDIE COCKRELL

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Feb14

Glass Tiger 2 (Variety.com)

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February 14, 2006
By EDDIE COCKRELL

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Feb10

Taxidermia (Screen Daily)

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Dan Fainaru in Budapest
10 February 2006
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Feb10

White Palms (Screen Daily)

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Dan Fainaru in Budapest
10 February 2006
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Feb10

The Real Santa (Variety.com)

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February 9, 2006
By EDDIE COCKRELL

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Feb09

Relatives (Screen Daily)

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Dan Fainaru in Budapest
09 February 2006
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Feb09

Tarr to resume work on The Man From London (Screen Daily)

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Theodore Schwinke in Budapest
08 February 2006
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Feb08

Shooting Star 2006 - Hungary (Cineuropa)

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Shooting Star 2006
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February 6, 2006
By Thierry Hugot
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Feb08

'Taxidermia' tops Hungarian fest (Variety.com)

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Horror Pic, 'White Palms' both win Moskowitz Prize

February 7, 2006
By JOHN NADLER

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Feb06

Taxidermia (Variety.com)

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February 5, 2006
By EDDIE COCKRELL

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Feb05

Relatives / Rokonok (Variety.com)

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February 5, 2006
By Eddie Cockrell

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Jan31

The curtain opens for Film Week (Cineuropa)

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by Fabien Lemercier
January 31, 2006
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Jan11

The stars of the 37th Film Week (Cineuropa)

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by Fabien Lemercier
January 11, 2006
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