The Hungarian cartoon from the ’80s ironizes the American blockbusters and has become embedded in Hungarian pop culture.
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The tragedy of man is Marcell Jankovics’s last work. The cartoon, which has been made for almost 30 years, is available on Netflix.
Four Hungarian films have been invited to the Cannes Film Festival, two of them had their premiere. We are excited to see what will happen with the other two.
Robert Lantos is the key figure in cinema world. The Hungarian-born Canadian producer helped cultivate the nation’s film industry over the last 40-plus years.
Mari Törőcsik, star of “Caroussel” (1956), the Kossuth, Jászai Mari and Béla Balázs-Prize recipient died at age 85, on Friday.
His films with an ironic easy to understand tone, witty dialogues, deep content and very hard, serious sayings have always been a great audience success.
This is a special year for Berlinale as there are two Hungarian nominees with a big chance of bringing the award home.
Hungarian film “Preparations to Be Together for an Unknown Period of Time” is among the contenders for the BEST INTERNATIONAL FEATUREs in the 2021 Oscars
Thousands of Hungarian filmmakers protest against tax system change, planning significant changes to their daily fees
The autobiographical volume about the Hungarian founders of Hollywood, Adolf Zukor, and William Fox have been published as part of the „Magyarok Hollywoodban” (Hungarians in Hollywood) book series.
Hungarian or Hungarian-related awards are not particularly famous, certainly there are not a lot of them, but Hungary is proud of all of them. Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi is one of the few members of this group, with her documentary Free Solo (2018) she won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
There are 51 Hungarian or Hungarian related Oscar Award-Winners. Not a lot of people know about them, but one name stands out. László Nemes-Jeles, who won both the Oscar and the Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film Award with Son of Soul (2015) is considered one of Hungary’s most famous directors and screenwriters. His journey in the film industry is truly an outstanding one.
Nimród Antal has been set to direct Liam Neeson in Retribution, a thriller that puts a businessman in a Speed-like dilemma when he discovers that a bomb has been planted in the car he’s driving by an unknown assailant, who tells the driver to execute a series of commands throughout the day or the bomb will be detonated. Making things worse, the businessman is accompanied in the car by his family.
The producer of „Martfűi rém”, Gábor Ferenczy has been working on a project for several years about the first Hungarian handicapped Olympic Gold Medalist, even though back in the early 20th century, Paralympics didn’t exist. The movie is called: 42 Karcsapás (42 Strokes). Right now, it seems, that the long-awaited dream is about to finally come true. An interview with Gábor Ferenczy.
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