The International Department of National Film Institute represents Hungarian films abroad and handles their festival and sales activity as well as their participation in non-commercial events.
The Department fosters international coproductions and film productions using its widespread worldwide network, and takes part in the creation of international contracts. With its continuous networking and information service, it supports the players of the Hungarian film industry.
The International Department represents Hungary in international professional organisations like Eurimages or European Film Promotion.
The aim of the festival representation of the Hungarian National Film Fund is to enhance the success of Hungarian films and their creators at the most prestigious international film events.details
NFI World Sales
One of the most important missions of the National Film Institute is to foster and support the international marketing of Hungarian films. The World Sales department of the National Film Institute has been handling the international sales of feature films, short films and documentaries owned or represented by the National Film Institute.details
Eurimages is the Council of Europe fund for the production and distribution of cinematographic works made in European co-production. Hungary takes and active part in this organisation.details
European Film Promotion
Based in Hamburg, European Film Promotion promotes European films worldwide. The organisation counts 37 member states from Portugal to Georgia, and Hungary takes an active part in its initiatives.details
Creative Europe Desk
Creative Europe is the European Commission's framework programme for the support of the culture, creative and audiovisual sectors. Its MEDIA subprogramme is aimed at supporting the film industry.details
director: Márk Kostyál
release date: 2017. February 16.
Sultry heat, dinginess, unspoken social problems and hierarchical infighting. This is the town of Tűzkő, somewhere in present-day Hungary. This is where Misi arrives to inherit his grandfather’s house and property. Misi is a disillusioned and frustrated young...Browse the full festival catalogue
director: Roland Vranik
release date: 2017. January 26.
Award-winning Hungarian director Roland Vranik's third feature film considers the many nuances of integration through the means of an unorthodox love story The Citizen follows Wilson, who, after losing his entire family to the horrors of war and making the perilous journey to Europe...Browse the full festival catalogue
director: Árpád Sopsits
release date: 2016. November 10.
Based on real-life events, this psycho-thriller is set in the provincial Hungary of the 1960s, when a series of atrocious murders shock the small town of Martfű.
A psychotic killer is on the prowl, who continues to slaughter young women while an innocent man is wrongly accused and...Browse the full festival catalogue
director: Csaba Bereczki
release date: 2016. December 15.
The story of five secretive characters, told with Klezmer music.
Five 21st century young and not so young men someplace in the world. They are musicians in search for someone and something which might have been born in their imagination. Once upon a time in the beginning of the 20th...