As Bela Tarr retires, these five helmers are among the country's most vital voices:
After months of debate, the Hungarian parliament has passed modifications to the Hungarian Film Law, which has dramatically reformed the local cinema industry and is expected to change the way movies…
A proposal for a tax on porn sites that would benefit the local film biz is gaining bi-partisan support in Hungary.
Despite an ongoing state budget crisis and a flagging economy that has ground scores of film and TV productions to a halt, the HBO Hungary pay TV network is launching two homegrown series, a slate of…
T-Home, the cable provider for the Magyar Telecom Group, is piloting two pioneering channels in Hungary that tap into growing concern in the country for the environment and healthier living.
As the first former Eastern Bloc country to set up a 20% rebate system for foreign productions back in 2003, Hungary has proved itself to be arguably Europe's most dedicated magnet for foreign…
With some Hungarian cablers preparing for digital expansion and others experimenting with state-of-the-art video-on-demand delivery systems, Hungarian buyers at Mip will be looking for topflight…
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