FNE at HFW 2010: Bibliotheque Pascal Takes Top Hungarian Prize

BUDAPEST: Bibliotheque Pascal directed by Szabolcs Hajdu collected the top prize at the 41st Hungarian Film Week (2-8 February) at the annual showcase of new Hungarian production.
10-02-2010 m

FNE Visegrad Country Focus: Hungary 2009

FNE Visegrad Country Focus: Hungary 2009 Hungary has become one of Europe's international coproduction hubs over the past five years since the passage of important legislation that set up a…
09-02-2010

FNE Interview with Ferenc Grunwalsky

FNE: What was the most important development in your country's film industry over the past year? Ferenc Grunwalsky: The most remarkable day is just coming now, this Thursday. In July…
09-02-2010

Fazekas wins Hungarian pitching forum

Máté Fazekas won the second annual Hungarian script pitching forum II. Magyar Forgatókönyv Börze for his script The Captain (A százados) during Hungarian Film Week (Magyar Filmszemle, http://magyarfilmszemle.hu).
07-02-2010

FNE at Hungarian Film Week: Poligamy

Poligamy the debut feature of Dénes Orosz, is a romantic comedy with a twist. ,
04-02-2010

FNE at Hungarian Film Week: The Days of Desire (A vágyakozás napjai)

The Days of Desire, a black and white film directed by József Pacskovszky, was originally intended as a television movie, before a decision was made to produce it as a…
04-02-2010

FNE at Hungarian Film Week: The Camera Murderer (Látogatók)

The Camera Murderer, a German language psycho-thriller from director Róbert Pejó (Dallas Pashamende) is a chamber film, taking place in a house over a lake.
03-02-2010

FNE at Hungarian Film Week: The Bunkerman (A bunkerember)

The Bunkerman, The seventh feature of documentary filmmaker Dezső Zsigmod is based on a true story.
03-02-2010

FNE at Hungarian Film Week: Kolorádó Kid

The beginning of production on Kolorádó Kid the debut film of journalist András Vágvölgyi B. dates back to 2006.
02-02-2010

FNE at Hungarian Film Week: Lull (Szélcsend)

Lull, the second feature in competition from director Tamás Sas, is a chamber drama, a triangle of three women on a boat.
02-02-2010

FNE at Hungarian Film Week: Espresso 10 years (Presszó 10 év)

Director Tamás Sas revisits his 1998 film Espresso (Presszó) with his sequel Espresso 10 years ,
01-02-2010

FNE at Hungarian Film Week: Chirribirri (Csiribiri)

Director JánosRózsa sculpts his film Chirribirri around what is a common experience for every Hungarian children: the songs of Judit Halász.
01-02-2010

FNE at Hungarian Film Week: Out/In Tawaret (Ki/Be Tawaret)

Veteran director György Molnár collected the crazy adventures of contemporary extravagant female poet Orsolya Karafiáth to create the film Out/in Tawaret.
01-02-2010

FNE at Hungarian Film Week: Deathwaltz (Halálkeringő)

The Deathwaltz from director Krisztián Károly Köves is billed as the first modern Hungarian thriller.
01-02-2010

FNE at Hungarian Film Week: The Gravedigger (A sírásó)

The Gravedigger is best characterized as an experimental film, as director-photographer Sándor Kardos creates a film interpretation of Rainer Maria Rilke's poem "The funeral of John Mortonson."
26-01-2010

FNE at Hungarian Film Week: Bibliotheque Pascal

Bibliotheque Pascal from director Szabolcs Hajdu had a long production process and overcame numerous problems before it completion.
26-01-2010

FNE at Hungarian Film Week: Vespa

Vespa, the second feature from Diana Groó (Csoda Krakkóban) is about a Romany child who wins a Vespa scooter and must travel from his poor home town to Budapest to…
26-01-2010

FNE at Hungarian Film Week: Question in Details (Köntörfalak)

After two fresh comedies (Tesó, Kész cirkusz), director Zsombor Dyga turned to the darker side in Question in Details, a film about triangular relationships filled with tension.
25-01-2010

FNE at Hungarian Film Week: Czukor Show

Tamás Dömötör's Czukor Show takes on the cruelty of TV talk shows - the film was inspired by a show featuring a woman who killed her own child.
25-01-2010

FNE at Hungarian Film Week: Team Building

Team Building, the debut feature of Réka Almási, looks at the curious development of capitalist Hungary through the twisted logic of team building management techniques.
25-01-2010