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Hungarian viewers made box office successes of two domestic musical films in 2009: Gábor Herendi's A Kind of America 2 and Made in Hungaria from Gergely Fonyó.
Writer and editor Dr. Zoltán Kőrösi 48) has been selected as the new president of the Motion Picture Public Foundation of Hungary (MMKA).
The 41st Hungarian Film Week (www.hungarianfilmweek.com) will screen 16 films in competition, with Miklós Jancsó's So Much For Justice! set to open the festival on February 2.
Five candidates are under consideration to become the new president of the Motion Picture Public Foundation of Hungary (MMKA, www.mmka.hu): Ferenc Tolvaly, producer András Muhi, scriptwriter Zoltán Kőrösi, producer Andrew…
Hungary is reaching out to neighboring Slovakia with the launch of the North Hungarian Film Fund, which follows the establishment of similar funds in the south and the west of…
FNE spoke with Ferenc Grunwalsky, President of the Motion Picture Public Fund of Hungary (MMK), about the current state of the Hungarian film industry.
The major grant and funding organization for Hungarian film is the Motion Picture Public Foundation of Hungary (MMKA), which dispersed some HUF 5.4 billion (20 million euro) in 2009.
Two years after a fire total destroyed its biggest sound stage, MAFILM has opened the rebuilt facility.
Hungary has become one of Europe's international coproduction hubs over the past five years since the passage of important legislation that set up a tax rebate system that allows producers…
Levente Malnay joins Chellomedia as managing director of Chello Central Europe as of December 1.
MTV Networks Hungary has appointed Gábor Horváth Dori as its new general manager and Gábor Vörös as deputy general manager.
The ProSiebenSat1 group, owner of one of the major Hungarian commercial TV channel TV2 ( http://tv2.hu/ ) will launch TV3, a channel providing contents mostly for a female audience, in…
The young Hungarian director Zsombor Dyga is shooting his new feature thriller Run to Ground.
Academy Award winner Helen Mirren will play the main role in the film in The Door for Hungarian director István Szabó.
UPC has become the leading provider of digital services in Hungary.
The Museum of Modern Art in New York is celebrating the 15th anniversary of the American premiere of Satan's Tango (Sátántangó), Béla Tarr's masterpiece.
On the Spot, a Hungarian documentary series, is launching on TV channel Spektrum on November 7.
History of Aviation (A repülés története), a short film by Bálint Kenyeres, won the main prize (the Golden Hugo) at the Chicago International Film Festival.
Tamás Sas (Nine and Half Dates, S.O.S. Love) is in production with a romantic comedy, Night of the Singles (Szinglik éjszakája).
Both cinema attendance and box office showed growth in Hungary through August, 2009.


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