BUDAPEST: Ádám Freund's short film Earthly People / Földiek is available to stream for free on Vimeo. In 2017 the film was nominated for the Student Academy Award from among 1,573 entries.

BUDAPEST: The National Film Institute – Hungary has distributed 4.47 m EUR / 1.8 billion HUF for the production of two feature films and one long documentary.

BUDAPEST: The filming of Dune: The Sisterhood, a prequel series to Denis Villeneuve’s Dune, directed by Johan Renck and produced by HBO Max, Legendary Television and Villeneuve Films, has started in Budapest, according to an Instagram post by Johan Renck.

BUDAPEST: Hungary's new subscription streaming service RTL+ offers series and shows produced specifically for this platform without advertisements. The service offers more than 5,000 hours of content and promised to present 12 exclusive productions in 12 months.

BUDAPEST: The Berlin-based outlet Films Boutique has picked up the post-apocalyptic animated sci-fi White Plastic Sky / Műanyag Égbolt directed by Sarolta Szabó and Tibor Bánóczki. The Hungarian/Slovak coproduction imagines, using rotoscope animation, a dystopian future when the remnants of humanity live in isolation under a huge glass dome in Budapest.

BUDAPEST: CineFest has grown into the best film festival in Hungary with hard work and a strong lineup year after year. The 18th edition, which will be held 9 – 17 September 2022 in Miskolc, will screen three Hungarian films including two world premieres in the competition programme.

BUDAPEST: Lajos Koltai, who had been nominated as cinematographer for an Academy Award for Giuseppe Tornatore’s Malena in 2001, started shooting a new film as a director on 19 July 2022. The romantic drama The Invisible Killer / A láthatatlan gyilkos follows a life-changing year from the life of doctor Ignác Semmelweis, also known as the „saviour of mothers”.

BUDAPEST: Filming of Dune: Part Two has begun in Budapest as it was announced on the film’s Facebook-page on 18 July 2022. Shooting in Budapest of this Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Entertainment production is handled by Mid Atlantic Films.

BUDAPEST: Hungarian director András Fésős is in postproduction with his sophomore feature Rise Up and Walk / Kelj fel és járj, starring Romanian actor Bogdan Dumitrache. The film tells the story of a father and son's difficult reunion, and it involves several spectacular firefighter rescues.

BUDAPEST: Hungarian drama series The Informant, Romanian series Hackerville and Ruxx, and Czech series The Sleepers are among the FNE partner countries’ original content removed from HBO Max. Warner Bros. Discovery also announced that it would halt all local original productions for HBO Max in several European countries, including Central and Eastern Europe.