In an interview to The Hollywood Reporter, Csaba Káel, the commissioner for promoting the Hungarian film industry, said “We have to take Central European stories more seriously … We have to tell stories about our lives.”
On a sunny February day we met with Guy Kapulnik in the charming Rose café in Venice, California. The handsome actor appears as a policeman in Harrison Ford’s latest movie, in The Call of the Wild, and he also shared some backstage experiences of this brand new Disney movie.
Traditional Buso Festival has started in Mohács, Hungary.
The Hungarian National Museum and the state of Lower Austria signed a cooperation agreement in Budapest.
The National Cultural Council held its inaugural meeting in Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s office on Wednesday, the PM’s press chief said.
The BBU underground half marathon was organized on 15 February 2020 in Budapest’s 10th district.
Budapest’s Museum of Fine Arts and the National Gallery will show exhibitions featuring Cezanne, abstract artist Sean Scully, Hungarian impressionist Pal Szinyei Merse and others, the director of the two museums, László Baán, said.
Buda Castle’s Riding School, reconstructed as a multifunctional event venue, will be opened next year.
With a retrospective consisting of 10 films restored by the National Film Institute – Film Archive – Hungary, Bergamo Film Meeting pays homage to the innovative gaze of Hungarian director Márta Mészáros who, though her militant filmmaking, has given voice to strong and complex women portraying the reality and historical memory of his country.
The Collegium Hungaricum cultural institute in Berlin will pay tribute to cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond, with programmes coinciding with the international Berlinale film festival later this month, the institute said on Monday.