Kornél Mundruczó’s TENDER SON in main competition and Ágnes Kocsis in the jury - Belgium’s leading cinematic event, held between 12-23 October, shows four outstanding Hungarian feature films.
Kornél Mundruczó’s latest feature, Tender Son - The Frankenstein Project competes in the main competition of the 37th Ghent Film Festival. Altogether 13 recent titles have been invited to compete for the Ghent Grand Prix and Georges Delerue Award for Best Music.
The young Hungarian filmmaker, whose all previous features were released in Belgian theaters earlier, presents his latest work to the Belgian audience in person.
Ágnes Kocsis has been invited to the jury of the prestigious event devoted to the seventh art. Kocsis’ Cannes FIPRESCI Award winner feature, Adrienn Pál, will be shown in the World Cinema selection. Diana Groó’s Vespa and Róbert Pejó’s The Camera Murderer also enriches the selection presenting films from all corners of the world.
The Ghent Film Festival was established in 1974 as a students' film festival, and has since developed into one of Europe's most prominent film events. Every year in October, the festival presents some 100 features and 50 shorts from all across the world. A range of different film programs are showcased, attracting over 125,000 viewers each year.