The main films being (pre)sold in Cannes
by Fabien Lemercier
- The Marché du Film will host the next film, in post-production, by Szabolcs Hajdu and Ferenc Török
While the main Hungarian star during the 67th edition of the Cannes Film Festival (kicking off on 14 May) is undoubtedly White God [+see also:
interview: Kornél Mundruczó
film profile] by Kornel Mundruczo (read the article), in its worldwide premiere this Saturday 17th in the Certain Regard section and sold by German The Match Factory, a few other feature-length films will also be available for pre-sale at the Marché du Film.
Among these - of particular note and in post-production - are Mirage by Szabolcs Hajdu (article) and No Man's Island by Ferenc Török (Moscow Square), which tells the story of the misadventures of three young people (one taxi driver who dreams of moving to the Pacific, one talented basketball player who lacks confidence, and one runaway wife).
Also worth noting are Afterlife by Virag Zomborácz (article and watch the making of), Car Park by Bence Miklauzic (article), and two other films presented at the Berlin market in the Hungarian National Film Fund line-up: Heavenly Shift by Mark Bodzsar (read the article) and Liza, the Fox-Fairy [+see also:
interview: Karoly Ujj Mészáros
film profile] by Károly Ujj Mészáros (article).
(Translated from French)