BUDAPEST: Attila Till’s second feature Kills on Wheels, currently shooting until the end of October, is a thriller involving a crippled young man who finds excitement in joining a gang…
BUDAPEST: The Hungarian Film Week (HFW) returns after a two year absence as a newly minted event organised by the Hungarian National Film Fund, National Media and Info-communications Authority and…
BUDAPEST: The Hungarian Parliament has approved the increase of the indirect film support ratio from 20 to 25% of eligible costs. The European Commission approved the increase earlier this year…
BUDAPEST: Academy award nominated Robert Dornhelm is to direct historical drama It's Showtime Siberia!, with shooting starting in March 2015. The film is a coproduction betwen Germany, Austria, Hungary, Russia…
Budapest Film Zrt. is the largest art house cinema network in Hungary, operating six cinemas in the capital city including a multiplex (Corvin Cinema), an event cinema (Kino Café), as…
PRAGUE: The Hungarian National Film Fund has received approval from the European Commission to raise film cash rebates from 20 percent to 25 percent. The Hungarian system also allows for…
BUDAPEST: The Hungarian parliament has passed a new law which will tax advertising revenues up to a top rate of 40 percent, drawing protests from the media.
BUDAPEST: Hungarian media reports that a casino company owned by Hungarian film commissioner Andrew Vajna received concessions to operate five gambling casinos in Budapest, a government decision that led to…
Polish director Bodo Kox’s The Girl from the Wardrobe won the best feature film prize at the 24th Mediawave film festival in Hungary.
BUDAPEST: Hungarian producer Eszter Gyárfás will bring Kornel Mundruczó's next feature Make A Wish to European Film Promotion’s 2014 edition of Producers on the Move at Cannes
FNE together with Europa Distribution is launching a new chapter of the Distributor of the Month section. This time we focus on new strategies in film distribution and the importance…
BUDAPEST: The Hungarian National Media Authority awarded announced 722 m HUF (2.4 m EUR) to eight television film productions.
BUDAPEST: Eva Vezer, who presided over European Film Promotion from 2009-2011, died on 28 March 2014 after a long illness.
BUDAPEST: The romantic comedy What Ever Happened to Timi (Megdönteni Hajnal Tímeát) opened with the best domestic results of the last four years in Hungarian cinemas.
BUDAPEST: The 24 hour TV film network Paramount Channel has launched a new pay TV film channel in Hungary. The new channel will include films from the Paramount Pictures library…
BUDAPEST: Cannes winning Hungarian film director Miklós Jancsó died 31 January 2014 at age 92.
BUDAPEST: European Film Award winner György Pálfi (Hukkle, Taxidermia, Final Cut) is already in production with Free Fall, a film that originated from a concept in November 2013.
BUDAPEST: The Hungarian Film Fund has announced grants for six new productions.
BUDAPEST: Sony Classics Pictures has picked up Janos Szasz’s Hungarian Oscar hopeful The Notebook.
BUDAPEST: The Hungarian Film Fund gave a grant of 7.5m HUF (EUR 25,000) for preproduction works on Bence Fliegauf's new film, Hímpor.

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