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Torn From the Flag, Klaudia Kovacs' indie documentary on the global effects of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, took the main prize at the Beverly Hills Hi-Def film festival.
The Council of Europe's Eurimages Fund has approved financing for two Hungarian films, including one Bulgarian co-production.
Hungarian audiences fell in love with the Valentine's Day release 9 and ½ Dates (www.kilencesfelrandi.hu).
Following stints as a bit actor, film journalist, assistant director and creator of two short films, several music videos and commercials, the 30-year-old Hungarian filmmaker Attlia Gigor, neé Attila Galambos,…
Recently named as the Shooting Star representing Hungary at the upcoming Berlinale, Orsi Toth (as she is often billed) has been at the core of all but one of the…
The Film Fund Gyor (www.filmfundgyor.eu), the first Hungarian regional film fund was officially opened with a ceremony on December 1.
A Kind of America 2 (www.valamiamerika2.hu), the sequel of the last decade's most successful Hungarian movie, opens in Hungary on December 18.
Hungarian producer Tamas Hutlassa is looking to line up Eastern European co-producers for a film based on a prize-winning script.
The 1931 film Hyppolit the Butler, the first Hungarian "talkie," has been digitally restored.
After three weeks on location in the Austrian Alps, Season of the Witch starring Nicolas Cage has relocated to Hungary where it will continue production until February.
The Motion Picture Public Foundation of Hungary (www.mmka.hu) has announced its latest support for Hungarian film projects and coproductions.
Magyar Telekom, a subsidary of Deutsche Telekom, announced the launch of satellite service, T-Home Sat TV.
Hungarian auteur Bela Tarr is preparing a 35-day December shoot for The Turin Horse, an Hungarian-Swiss-German-French co-production in Hungary.
Following the November 20 application deadline for Hungarian Film Week, filmmakers are now awaiting the decision of the programming jury, due on December 20.
The Hungarian National Trust Company (Magyar Nemzeti Vagyonkezelo Zrt., www.mnvzrt.hu) announced in a statement on November 19 a call for tender to sell three state-owned film studios.
With the global economic downturn reaching Hungary's media sector, Hungary's commercial TV channel TV2 (www.tv2.hu) announced the start of wide-scale restructuring and corporate streamlining.
Sand Glass directed by Szabolcs Tolnai, which endured a two year delay due to the split of Serbia and Montenegro, was released in Hungary on November 13.
With the global economic downturn reaching Hungary's media sector, Hungary's commercial TV channel TV2 (www.tv2.hu) announced the start of wide-scale restructuring and corporate streamlining.
Hungary is set to break out of the Central European mold and become a TV format exporter instead of being a mere importer of these licences.
Three time Oscar-nominee Sir Ridley Scott will adapt the Child 44, British TV-writer Tom Rob Smith's debut novel for Fox 2000.

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