7 Hungarian films at Sarajevo

6 Hungarian films will compete for the Heart of Sarajevo awards at the 25th Sarajevo Film Festival. 25 years after its original release, SÁTÁNTANGÓ, which received 4K digital restoration, will be also shown at Sarajevo, the leading film festival in the region.

3rd Budapest Classics Film Marathon

Between 4-11 September 2019, the Hungarian National Film Fund is organizing the 3rd Budapest Classics Film Marathon, the prominent international film festival of the Hungarian capital.

The Euphoria of Being at Locarno Critics’ Week

Réka Szabó is a filmmaker and choreographer and acts in both roles in ‘The Euphoria of Being’, where she brings together two women, they rehearse together the dance-theatre performance ‘The Euphoria of Being’ premiered in January 2019 in Budapest.

Animafest Grand Prix to Ruben

The 29th World Festival of Animated Film – Animafest Zagreb feature film jury awarded Milorad Krstić’s action thriller Ruben Brandt, Collector.

Hungarian Day at Transilvania

The 18th Transilvania International Film Festival in Cluja-Napoca highlights current Hungarian movies and filmmakers, the Hungarian Day will be held on June 5. Screenings, Q&As, roundtables and the traditional, not-to-miss “GulashParty” at the Banffy Palace.

Everything from Desert Island to Video Games

2018 was a spectacular year for service productions in Hungary: we welcomed Arnold Schwarzenegger in the new ‘Terminator’ movie as well as Will Smith for ‘Gemini Man’. Not many people expected this, but 2019 already seems even more eventful for local crews and our soundstages - let’s have a look at our top 5!

5 Hungarian animations at Annecy

Three Hungarian shorts in competition and restored versions of Johnny Corncob and “must-see Hungarian gem” Cat City on show at Annecy International Animated Film Festival and Market kicking off on 10 June.

Péter Bacsó in Cannes

The Witness by Péter Bacsó will return to the Cannes Classics.

"On the Socialist Ghost Train”

The original, uncensored version of The Witness at Cannes Classics.

Jealousy, Love and Death are the Same Everywhere

Katalin Moldovai graduated from the Budapest Metropolitan University with her short film As Up To Now, which has been invited to the Cinéfondation programme of this year’s Cannes Film Festival. The movie is about an elderly mother and her middle-aged daughter. It turns out that the mother is ill and only has months left to live, an issue both have to face – as well as the nature of their relationship. Interview.