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The launch of the new Hungarian National Film Fund saw the first results of its funding in 2013, ending a long drought in Hungarian film production. Foreign film production continued…
BUDAPEST: Coming Out directed by Dénes Orosz and produced by Megafilm has emerged as the best Hungarian domestic film opening of 2013. The film is distributed in Hungary by Hungaricom.
BUDAPEST: The Hungarian National Media Authority awarded 64m HUF in grants for animation films. All of the seven new productions will be broadcast first on Magyar Televízió.
BUDAPEST: Hungary’s National Media Authority will distribute 117m HUF to 16 documentary productions and 74m HUF for nine science films.
BUDAPEST: Nimrod Antal (Kontroll, Vacancy, Predators) has been lured back to Hungary ten years after making his 2003 international breakthrough (and debut) movie Kontroll to create a promotional film to…
The Czech and Slovak digital satellite platform Skylink announced it will add broadcasts of Hungarian channels.
FNE interviews Hungarian documentary producer Julianna Ugrin, selected to participate in the 2013 Emerging Producers workshop at the Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival.
BUDAPEST: Houdini, a four-hour miniseries starring Adrien Brody, began filming in Budapest on 14 October 2013.
BUDAPEST: OTT platform Fuso will add Disney Movies on Demand to its Hungarian service.
BUDAPEST: Hungarian video-on-demand company Fuso has signed a deal Miramax, the US company’s first SVoD deal in the territory.
BUDAPEST: Postproduction house Hungarian FilmLab (Magyar Filmlabor), announced the purchase of MTI Film’s dailies processing division CORTEX:Dailies Ultimate Edition.
BUDAPEST Hungarian director János Szász’s Karlovy Vary Film Festival winner The Notebook opened last weekend (18 September 2013) with 25 copies in Hungary.
BUDAPEST: The European Commission approved the continuation of Hungary’s tax rebate system for films through 31 December 2019. Production companies can claim 20 percent of costs under the scheme.
MISKOLC: Katrin Gebbe’s Nothing Bad Can Happen (Tore tanzt) won the Emeric Pressburger Grand Prize of the 10th edition of the Jameson CineFest, named in honor of the Miskolc-born Academy…
BUDAPEST: Weekend, the Hungarian winner of the International Hartley-Merrill Screenwriting Award, will begin a seven-week shoot on locations in Budapest, rural Hungary and in Transylvania in Romania in mid-October.
MISKOLC: The 10th Miskolc International Film Festival (12 - 22 September 2013) will screen 17 features in the main competion, and three other regular competition section for short films, documentaries…
BUDAPEST: Ferenc Török (Istambul, Overnight, Moscow Square) starts his six-week romantic comedy shoot for Nobody's Island 27 August, mostly in Budapest with some seaside locations.
BUDAPEST: The second summer round of funding by the Hungarian Film Fund sees two new projects in production, both by directors with rising stars, László Nemes Jeles and Lili Horváth.
BUDAPEST: Csaba Fazekas (Boldog születésnapot!) is shooting his second feature, Swing, a musical comedy inspired by Hungarian hits. The story is driven by three desperate women who join together to…
FNE together with Europa Distribution continues its Distributor of the Month series. In recognition of the hard work and excellence of European distributors and the common problems they face, especially…

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