News

Hungary’s Rebate Scheme Raised from 25% to 30%

Initiated by the Hungarian National Film Fund, the European Commission has approved the raise of Hungary’s tax incentive to 30%. The tax incentive is available for film productions shooting in Hungary. The film support scheme is extended until the end of 2024.

First reactions: ‘Ruben Brandt, Collector’ trailer

A few days ago, the first international trailer of Ruben Brandt, Collector was released. The newest Hungarian animated feature got very good reactions from the international press.

An Impressive Hungarian line-up at Locarno

Animated action-thriller ’Ruben Brandt, Collector’, ’Hier’ starring Vald Ivanov and creative documentary ’Easy Lessons’ - Three Hungarian world premieres enrich the 71st Locarno Festival.

Blossom Valley Wins the Jury Prize at Karlovy Vary

Blossom Valley by László Csuja has won the jury prize of the East of the West section at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.

"We tried to avoid cheap catharsis"

An interview with László Csuja, the director of Blossom Valley which will be competed at Karlovy Vary.

The Last Bus awarded at Transilvania Pitch Stop

The co-prod platform of the 17th Transilvania IFF, Transilvania Pitch Stop awarded The Last Bus. The debut feature project by Bálint Nagy and Nándor Lőrincz, developed in the frame of HNFF Incubator Program, discusses the subject of sexual abuse.

‘Blossom Valley’ premiere at Karlovy Vary

László Csuja’s debut feature, ‘Blossom Valley’ will world premiere at Karlovy Vary IFF’s East of the West Competition. The prestigious selection presents Central and Eastern European first and second film directors world and European premiers.

Ready, Set, Fast Forward

Halfway through the pilot year of the Fast Forward Program we look back at some of the milestones of the training scheme.

The International Critics' Prize Goes to One Day in Cannes

The jury of the International Federation of Film Critics, FIPRESCI, has awarded the International Critics' Prize to One Day at the 71tst Cannes Film Festival.

"A magnificent portrait of a woman” – How Critics Reacted to One Day

One Day, the debut feature by Zsófia Szilágyi premiered in Cannes in the Critics’ Week section. The audience seemed to love the film, and you can read below how international critics reacted.

We use cookies on our site to improve performance and enhance your user experience.ACCEPT