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NEWS
FROM SUNDANCE TO OSCAR SHORTLIST

Animation director Réka Bucsi on how SYMPHONY NO. 42 got into the festival circuit. An interview by FilmFestivalLife.

HUNGARIAN FILM WEEK RETURNS

Variety spoke to Agnes Havas, head of the Hungarian National Film Fund about the three Hungarian features playing in Karlovy Vary, the imminent rise of the production incentive to 25%, and the return of the national movie kudofest, the Hungarian Film Week.

VIKTORIA WINS AT THE 21ST TITANIC INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

Viktoria, the first film of the talented Bulgarian female writer, Maya Vitkova won the 8000-euros Breaking Waves Award of the 21st Titanic. The three-membered jury led by Hungarian director János Szász gave a special, director’s award to Benedikt Erlingsson for his film, Of Horses and Men. The students’ jury found Heart of a Lion to be the best piece of The European stories section, whilst the favourite of the audience proved to be The Optimists from Norway.

FEMALE DIRECTORS AT TITANIC

One of the specialities of this year’s Titanic International Film Festival – running between 4-12th April – is that it offers the work of 14 female directors. The jury will also have a female member, Santa Lingeviciute, the Art Director of the Vilnius Film Festival.

HUNGARIANS AT THE 21TH TITANIC

This year’s Titanic Festival will also present the works of Hungarian film makers too. Erik Novák’s brand-new action-thriller and black comedy mixture Black Soup will have its premiere screening at the festival. Simon Szabó’s short film Wall that won the main award at the Tampere Short Film Festival, and Réka Bucsi’s animation short Symphony no. 42 that competed in the Berlinale can also be watched at Titanic. The original score for the Turkish movie The Long Way Home was written by Mihály Víg, and a special film selection and a round table-discussion will commemorate the recently deceased Miklós Jancsó.

INFORMATION
CATALOGUE 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can download the catalogue from HERE

Titanic 2014

The 21th TITANIC INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL will run between 4-12th April. It gives an overall selection of the best contemporary films. This year 52 films will be presented of famous and first-film directors as well and it also shows fascinating pieces of less-known regions too. Titanic operates as a Competition Festival since 2005.

TICKET PRICES:
Uránia National Film Theater, Toldi Cinema, Puskin, Örökmozgó Filmmuseum:
Ticket price: 1100 HUF.
From 4th April in case of the purchase of 5 or 10 tickets they will be available for 900 and 800 HUF.

A38:
Ticket price: 800 HUF.

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