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Awards / Hungary

On Body and Soul emerges victorious at the Hungarian Film Awards

On Body and Soul emerges victorious at the Hungarian Film Awards

Ildikó Enyedi’s film has taken home five trophies, including the Awards for Best Film, Best Director and Best Actress  

12/03 | Awards | Hungary

Strangled emerges triumphant at the Hungarian Film Awards

Strangled emerges triumphant at the Hungarian Film Awards

Árpád Sopsits’ movie has been crowned Best Film, taking home nine trophies; Kills on Wheels by Attila Till gets five gongs  

06/03/2017 | Awards | Hungary

For Some Inexplicable Reason, a true revelation

For Some Inexplicable Reason, a true revelation

Gábor Reisz’s film-school graduation feature has snagged two awards at Turin and is still taking the Hungarian box office by storm  

01/12/2014 | Awards | Hungary

Mythberg Films enjoys Mostra success with Essential Killing

József Berger’s Budapest-based company Mythberg Films enjoyed success at the 67th Venice Film Festival with its co-production Essential Killing by Polish director Jerzy Skolimowski. The film...  

13/09/2010 | Venice 2010 | Awards/Hungary

Almási scoops Kossuth Prize

Tamás Almási has received the Kossuth Prize, one of Hungary’s major artistic awards. Born in 1948, the director has helmed around 20 documentary features, including The Real Puskas (focusing on...  

18/03/2010 | Awards | Hungary

Petrányi crowned Best Producer 2009

Petrányi crowned Best Producer 2009

Viktória Petrányi, head of production company Proton Cinema and loyal partner of director Kornél Mundruczó (Delta, in competition at Cannes in 2008, and forthcoming work The Frankenstein Plan -...  

10/12/2009 | Awards | Hungary