Posts tagged "hungarian"
Strong presence of Hungarian cinema at the 67th Berlinale

Strong presence of Hungarian cinema at the 67th Berlinale

The Berlin International Film Festival (9–19 February), will feature the latest work by Ildikó Enyedi, Ferenc Török and Anna Katalin Lovrity as well as many other films realized with the participation of Hungarian filmmakers. Actress Réka Tenki will be introduced in Berlin as one of the ten outstanding talents of European cinema worth watching.

WOSH – Berlinale Shorts Special, 2012. Focus Hungary.

Due to the political events in Hungary, the Berlinale Shorts is presenting a special screening on February 18, 2012 at the Haus der Berliner festspiele: Magyarország 2011 (Hungary 2011) – an omnibus film, which reflects even in its aesthetics the radical political and social developments in this crisis-ridden country. Miklós Jancsó: Ferenc Török: Péter Forgács:...

Growing up in Cannes: The Collected Shorts of Mundruczó on the Web

Kornél Mundruczó’s short films on Daazo.com Daazo.com, the short film sharing site supported by the Media Programme of the EU presents a collection of Kornél Mundruczó’s short films. The collection showcases Mundruczó’s early work, from his first school opus to his graduation film plus two special sketch episodes, introducing the audience to the foundation of...

KAFF Animation Collection on Daazo.com

Hungary’s Kecskemét Animation Film Festival is celebrating its 10th edition this year. On this occasion we collected 15 animated shorts connected to KAFF and made them available in a dedicated channel for a broad audience. A Little Bit of History The decision to organise a festival to celebrate both Hungarian animation and the city of...

Daazo produced its first short film and now you can watch it!

The premiere of this week is quite special for us. Tour is the first short film produced by Daazo. Besides it is also co-written and edited by Daazo-founder Zoltán Aprily. The film was realized with the contribution of Celluloid Workshop, which used to every year in Hungary, setting the technical and equipmental framework for the...

Awarded Shorts

László Nemes and Krisztina Esztergályos were recognized at international short film events in Soria and Bilbao, Spain. Certamen Internacional de Cortos Ciudad de Soria, the international short film contest in North Spain ended Saturday evening. The contest’s Main Prize in the foreign film category went to László Nemes for The Counterpart. The Hungarian director accepted...