Hungary's premier showcase for local pics, the Hungarian Film Week, opened its doors Tuesday, with around 400 titles set to screen.
Titles by middle-aged talent and first-time helmers dominate the feature film category of the 39th Hungarian Film Week running Jan. 29-Feb. 5 in Budapest.
Romanian film and stage actress Maia Morgenstern ("The Passion of the Christ") will lead the jury for the 39th Hungarian Film Week in Budapest, Jan. 29- Feb. 5.
The Hungarian Film Week has rejected the latest pic from one of the country's most successful auteurs.
Former Hungarian ambassador to Washington, Andras Simonyi, has been appointed chairman of Korda Studios, the recently opened $125 million facility located just outside the Hungarian capital…
Two state-of-the-art Hungarian film facilities, the $135 million Korda Studios and digital post-production house Colorfast, have forged a strategic alliance that could alter the dynamic of Central…
Hungarian pubcaster Magyar Televizio has survived the Soviet occupation and an insurrection of rioters -- but it may have met its match with the web that brought the world "Beavis and Butt-head."
Hungarian auteur Istvan Gaal, who won a Jury Prize at the 1970 Cannes Film Festival for "The Falcons," died Sept. 25 after a long illness. He was 74.
All Magyar programming execs agree: The catchword in Hungarian TV is growth.
Less than 20 years ago, Eastern Europe's TV industry emerged from the Communist era as a virtual Stone Age artifice: state-controlled, low-tech and absent of content.
The scoop: Hungary boasts one of the most sophisticated studio infrastructures in Central Europe. In the past year, two major studios have opened their doors: the Korda Filmstudio and the Stern…