A success at various film festivals around the world, János Szász’s Second World War- themed film “The Notebook (A Nagy Füzet)” was released in America recently. It is one of the most powerful films this year.
More than 600 registered viewers visited the nine-day 11th Jameson CineFest in Miskolc this month, watching 205 films, seeing two movie poster exhibitions, listening to several roundtable discussions and voting for their favourite films.
The festival did not lack the presence of well-known filmmakers, with cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond and director Sándor Sára both on hand. Many all-day-long screenings and discussions ended with concerts on[...]
From two-minute shorts to feature-length films, Brody Underground Cinema covers it all. However, there are two stipulations that come with the cinematic event – that the films showcased are locally[...]
The Ludwig Museum’s Simon Hantai exhibition is the first major retrospective of the Hungarian-born, French artist held in Budapest. The 60-plus paintings on display clearly show the evolution of his[...]