ORDINARY FAILURES’ world premiere at Venice Days
Cristina Grosan’s dystopia, an international coproduction supported by National Film Institute, was selected into the Giornate degli Autori programme of the prestigious Venice Film Festival. The film tells the story of three women who see their ordinary day interrupted by mysterious natural phenomena and are forced to team up to avoid the apocalypse.
Budapest Classics Film Marathon returns in September
‘Budapest, Vienna, Hollywood’ – National Film Institute is organizing the fifth international festival of restored films, Budapest Classics Film Marathon, between 13-18 September.
SIX WEEKS world premiere at Sarajevo Film Festival
Film Institute taking Cores Films to schools
Through the Core Films Project and Klassz programme, the National Film Institute is reinforcing the role of our film heritage in education. The goal is organically to integrate Hungarian films into the teaching material of general subjects.
Female body-building drama GENTLE on show at Sydney Film Festival
The body melodrama by László Csuja and Anna Nemes, which premiered at Sundance 2022, was selected into the Feature program of the esteemed international festival in Australia. The film, which stars world champion body builder Eszter Csonka, was awarded in the USA as well as in Germany.
COVID-19 health protection plan for filming - REVISED VERSION
Huge expansion at NFI Mafilm studios