18th Titanic Filmfestival

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NEWS
The winners of the 18th Titanic International Film Festival
The awarded films of the 18th Titanic International Film Festival were announced at the festival's closing gala on 16th April.
John Cleese imitators and eviction - Q&A Friday
Vendégek/Tobias TobbellA funny story was told by the producer, Tobias Tobbell at the Q&A of The Drummond Will. As we learned from the young man, it took them a long time to find the house which is the central character of the film, but it was even more difficult to convince the owner whose ex-wife further complicated the beginning of the shooting.
Extraordinary casting, without roots in Paris - Q&A Thursday
svedek_02During the Q&A of the Swedish film Savage, the directors, Martin Jern and Emil Larsson revealed that the scary, depressing plot is based on a true story: a double murder committed in a small Swedish town, although most of the characters in the film are fictional. 
Solidarity for Japan
japánTitanic International Film Festival, with all its means, joins in for the general support of Japan: on the occasion of the screening of Haru’s Journey, we’re organising a charity together with the Japanese Foundation to help the earthquake victims.
Imaginary teens and vengeful youth – Q&A on Tuesday
kozonsegtalalkozok_09The screening of French film Lights Out followed by the Q&A attracted great attention yesterday evening. As an answer to the questions, Fabrice Gobert director told us that the movie is based on his own personal experience: the characters, the story and other details all lead back to an incident that happened in high school when one of his classmates was murdered.
INFORMATION
Raindance teams up with Budapest’s Titanic Film Festival

raindance_logoThe Raindance has formed a partnership with the Titanic Film Festival, Hungary’s foremost international film fest. According to the deal Titanic, running from April 7th to the 17th, will program a selection of Raindance’s famous 99-minute film schools, to be organized by Raindance’s Budapest office, and screen a sidebar showcasing the best films from the last Raindance Film Festival.  In turn, Titanic will offer a selection of Hungarian films for next year’s Raindance Film Festival in London, to be held this year from September 28th to October 9th.

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