Panahi is free

Award-winning Iranian film director Jafar Panahi was released on $200,000 bail today (25th May) from the Evin prison in Tehran, where he had been held since March on charges of producing an “anti-regime” film. The film was reportedly in early development. 

Péter Gothár, the photographer

A photo exhibition opens on 30 April in Fuga Gallery which is composed of the works of the Hungarian jury member at this year’s Titanic.

The winners of the 17th Titanic

Last night, within the frame of the 17th Titanic International Film Festival closing gala, this year’s awarded films were announced.  


Call for submissions for the 18th Titanic International Film Festival is now open.

Submitted films should have been released after the 1st of January 2010 and should not have been screened in Hungary previously. We welcome fiction films only, which are longer than 70 minutes. Submission is free!

Submissions deadline: 20 February 2011.

Click here to submit your film to the 18th Titanic International Film Festival.

Snapshot of the past ten years

On the last but one afternoon the 17th Titanic International Film Festival gave place to a roundtable discussion about the list of the best 30 films of the last decade published in Sight & Sound. The participants in the discussion were attended by Tiina Lock, Teréz Vincze, Nick James and György Horváth.

Our spot film

The spot film of the 17th Titanic Film Festival, as every year, is made by the Hipokaloric Group: László Csáki and  Szabolcs Pálfi. The music composer is Ambrus Tövisházi. Click here to view the film.

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