SIX WEEKS receives Just Film Grand Prix in Tallinn
Noémi Veronika Szakonyi’s drama about open adoption won the Grand Prix of the Just Film category at the 26th Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival. THREE THOUSAND NUMBERED PIECES by Ádám Császi as well as SUMMER TO COME by György Mór Kárpáti received the jury’s special mention at Northern Europe’s A-list film event.
One for All wins Guirlande d’Honneur in Milan
Competing against films submitted by 20 international sports festivals, sport documentary ONE FOR ALL won Guirlande d’Honneur award at the 40th Milano International FICTS ( Federation Internationale Cinema Television Sportifs) Festival in the Olympic Spirit category.
Double award success for LARRY at Cottbus Film Festival
Szilárd Bernáth’s first feature film received award for Best Debut Film as well as for Best Youth Film at Cottbus Film Festival on 13 November. Larry tells the story of a stuttering sheep herder who finds joy in hip-hop and applies for a talent show for rappers.
Natasa Stork wins best acting award at New York festival
NOT A THING star Natasa Stork won the award for best acting at New York Film Week. The actress plays double role in the first feautre film of director Fanni Szilágyi about two women who are identical twins, yet couldn’t be more different.
Watch the teaser of new Hungarian animation Four Souls of Coyote
Made by the director of legendary The District, Áron Gauder’s new film will soon hit Hungarian theatres. Four Souls of Coyote is an animated movie evoking the ancient tale of Native American Creation myth.
Hungarian films’ world premieres at Tallinn Film Festival
The organizers of Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival have revealed, that the A-list film event will have the premiere of Szilárd Bernáth's LARRY as well as György Mór Kárpáti's SUMMER TO COME. Veronika Szakonyi's film SIX WEEKS and Anna Gyimesi’s short movie, AFFRICATE, have also been invited to the festival.
Hungary Enters period drama BLOCKADE in the Oscar Race
BLOCKADE is the Official Hungarian Entry for the Academy Awards©. A true story of the first democratically elected Prime Minister of Hungary, József Antall, from his freedom fighter days in 1956 to the infamous 1990 taxi blockade that shook the nation. Int’l sales are handled by NFI World Sales.
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