Judit Elek’s film The Lady from Constantinople back at Cannes
For the seventh time, a newly restored Hungarian film has been invited to the Cannes Classics selection – showing restored works – of the most prestigious international motion picture festival.
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FOUR SOULS OF COYOTE awarded at US and Czech festivals
Áron Gauder's latest work was first seen by the international audience at the end of April at Sunscreen Festival in Florida, and then at the Arizona IFF where the outstanding animation film dealing with the Native American creation story won the Jury Special Prize. At the same time, FOUR SOULS OF COYOTE won the Audience Award at Anifilm international festival in the Czech Republic, too.
FOUR SOULS OF COYOTE is represented internationally by NFI World Sales.
COVID-19 health protection plan for filming - REVISED VERSION
Huge expansion at NFI Studios
Hungary’s historical soundstage complex in Fót will be expanded in a large-scale investment project. As a part of its economic protection programme, the Hungarian Government decided to develop National Film Institute’s NFI Studios increasing its capacity to 12,200 square meters. The high priority expansion project will serve both international and increasing demand of Hungarian productions in the future and create hundreds of new jobs.