Director JánosRózsa sculpts his film Chirribirri around what is a common experience for every Hungarian children: the songs of Judit Halász.
Veteran director György Molnár collected the crazy adventures of contemporary extravagant female poet Orsolya Karafiáth to create the film Out/in Tawaret.
The Deathwaltz from director Krisztián Károly Köves is billed as the first modern Hungarian thriller.
Latvian director Janis Streičs has revived interest in domestic film production with his latest feature Rudolf's Legacy (Rudolfa mantojums).
Israeli filmmaker Eran Riklis (Lemon Tree, The Syrian Bride) completed a 20 days shoot of his new feature in Romania in late December, after shooting in Israel for 3 weeks during last November, and is now in postproduction.
Radu Muntean's fourth feature after Rage, The Paper Will Be Blue and Boogie will complete postproduction by the end of January 2010.
The Gravedigger is best characterized as an experimental film, as director-photographer Sándor Kardos creates a film interpretation of Rainer Maria Rilke's poem "The funeral of John Mortonson."
Bibliotheque Pascal from director Szabolcs Hajdu had a long production process and overcame numerous problems before it completion.
Vespa, the second feature from Diana Groó (Csoda Krakkóban) is about a Romany child who wins a Vespa scooter and must travel from his poor home town to Budapest to collect the prize and bring it back home.
After two fresh comedies (Tesó, Kész cirkusz), director Zsombor Dyga turned to the darker side in Question in Details, a film about triangular relationships filled with tension.