LONDON — “Le Grand Cahier” (The Notebook) has been selected as the official Hungarian entry for the Academy Awards‘ foreign-language film category. Janos Szasz’s pic, which won the Karlovy Vary Intl…
Hungarian Film Week
“Hungarian cinema is back,” declares Agnes Havas, chief exec of the Hungarian National Film Fund, after Janos Szasz’s “Le Grand Cahier" (The Notebook), the first film funded by her young org to…
Some 260 Hungarian industryites held a protest conference in Budapest's Urania Cinema on Saturday in response to film-sector reforms ordered by the government and led by film industry commissioner…
Eastern Europe is a study in contrasts.
Producer Andrew G. Vajna will be feted with a lifetime achievement kudo at opening night ceremonies for the 10th Hungarian Film Festival in Los Angeles.
Hungary's national film week is going international to match the country's growing profile as a center for European and international co-productions.
Truth is stodgier than fiction in Szabolcs Hajdu's visually impressive "Bibliotheque Pascal."
A young car mechanic stuck in a Hungarian border town in the late '90s tries to overcome his circumstances.
A wayward son's standoffish attitude toward his ex-con father leads to a sour harvest in "Father's Acre," a lean, mean debut feature by Magyar writer-director Viktor Oszkar Nagy.
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