Do you like spy movies? How about TV series? Ildikó Enyedi's new series will show what life was like on the less good side of the Iron Curtain.
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The first Hungarian sci-fi production that also displays motifs of the movie Back to the Future. Sirius was among the pioneers who used the idea of time travel.
Black Widow will be hitting theaters on July 9th. The movie will be full of Hungarian locations, for example the Parliament building is included in the new trailer.
In recent years lots of movies have been filmed in Hungary. Here are some of the Hungarians’ high rated favourites. And where you can find them? Check it out!
A movie about the precarious relations, artists and their political masters – Mephisto is 40 years old
It was 40 years ago that István Szabó’s now classic film Mephisto, which is based on the novel of the same name by Klaus Mann, was released.
Annabella Schnabel’s diploma film has been selected for the 43. Moscow Film Festival. If the film performs well, it could also be nominated for Oscar.
Oscar-winning movies have been made in Hungary while hundreds of other productions have flocked to its locations and studios in order to make a remarkable film.
Atomic Blonde one of the many movies that were shot in Budapest a few years ago. Memorable streets of Budapest, with great actors.
The Door is one of the most memorable movies by István Szabó, and it was shot in the most beautiful places in Budapest.
It seems like Gabor Holtai’s short film, Second Round managed to enter the Cleveland International Festival, which is the hall of the Oscar’s.
You have to see it not just because it is one of the most beautiful family stories, but also because it was shot in memorable places in Budapest.
Natural Light is among the bests at Berlinale 2021. The film won the Silver Bear for best director, we highlight the reason why.
Hungarian success on the 71st Berlin Film Festival, Bence Fliegauf ’s film the Forest – I see you won the prestigious award in Berlin.
Hungary is a potential location of filming. The biggest studios choose to film here. Let us show you some of the best films the 20th Century Studios made in Hungary.
One of the world’s most popular film location, Hungary has hosted some of the screen’s biggest blockbusters.
Sony has a long history of filming in Hungary, in fact, you have probably seen a number of blockbusters that you had no idea were even shot in the cosmopolitan and varied country.
Hungarian cinema is 120 years old, so to speak, not so young. During these 120 years, and „the” ones have already been overthrown in every way – so now, we have collected them. Here we go from top to bottom.
The mini-series will show, how the 20-year-old football player got this far, and it also sheds light on whether Zinédine Zidane called him to lure him to Real Madrid or not.
The second season of the series Mars (2016) was made almost entirely in Hungary, so it is not that surprising, that many Hungarian experts worked on it. That includes actors from Hungary, and a Hungarian in one of the most important positions in the series, Attila Szalay, who was the lead cinematographer of all the episodes.
Inferno (2016) is the third and final installment in the Robert Langdon film series. Starring Tom Hanks, reprising his role as Langdon, alongside Felicity Jones as Dr. Sienna Brooks, Omar Sy, Sidse Babett Knudsen, Ben Foster, and Iffran Khan. Even though not the whole movie, but the majority of it was shot in Budapest, and many beautiful interior and exterior shots came out in the end. In some cases, viewers with sharp eyes are the ones who can notice the Budapest locations, but some are pretty obvious for the Hungarian eye.
The sixth installment of The Terminator film franchise, Terminator: Dark Fate (2019) is an American science fiction action film directed by Tim Miller and written by David Goyer and Billy Ray from a story by James Cameron, Charles Eglee, and Josh Friedman. Starring Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor and Arnold Schwarzenegger as the T-800 Terminator, respectively, reuniting the actors after 28 years.
Being a spy is being like a shadow. Quick, untraceable, unnoticeable. A true professional, who has charm, who is purposeful, and elegant. Not in the movie Spy (2015) which is an American action-comedy spy film written and directed by Paul Feig. Starring Melissa McCarthy as Susan Cooper, the main character is the absolute opposite of what has been said above. The journey of Susan is truly a tale, and the best about it is that the majority of it happens in Hungary. Almost the whole movie has been shot in the capital city, Budapest.
The biographical drama film called, (directed by Marjane Satrapi, starring Rosamund Pike) Radioactive (2019) is about Marie and her life. The movie was filmed in Hungary, especially in Budapest and Esztergom.
Not a lot of Hungarians can remember when did they not run into Henry Cavill or Will Smith on the street, but Keira Knightley. Her film Colette (2018) was almost completely shot in Budapest, and the city acts wonderfully as Paris at the end of the 19th century.
Netflix’s Original movie, Spectral (2016) was supposed to come out in theatres originally, but the production company behind it somehow just left. That’s when Netflix came in, made a deal, and bought the rights to the movie. Even though in the plot, the story takes place in Chișinău, Moldova, the majority of the production was filmed in Budapest. The film was released on December 9, 2016.