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Bence Fliegauf in the Forum with Lily Lane

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- The new feature by the Hungarian filmmaker is being sold by Films Boutique at the EFM, where the Hungarian National Film Fund will be negotiating deals for six titles

Bence Fliegauf in the Forum with Lily Lane
Lily Lane by Bence Fliegauf

Having won the Grand Jury Prize at Berlin in 2012 with Just the Wind [+see also:
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trailer
film focus
interview: Bence Fliegauf
festival scope
film profile
]
Bence Fliegauf is back in the German capital for the 66th edition of the Berlin Film Festival (11-21 February 2016) with his sixth feature, Lily Lane [+see also:
film review
trailer
film profile
]
(read the article), which will have its world premiere in the Forum section, where the filmmaker shot to fame in 2003 with his first opus, Forest. For the record, the director also made the multi-award-winning Dealer in 2004, the experimental Milky Way (winner of the Golden Leopard at Locarno in 2007, in the Filmmakers of the Present section) and the English-language film Womb [+see also:
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]
(in competition at Locarno in 2010). Produced by Erno Mesterházy and Mónika Mécs for Fraktal Film, Lily Lane will be sold at the European Film Market by German sales agent Films Boutique.

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At the EFM, Hungarian cinema will also be represented by the international sales division of the Hungarian National Film Fund, which will be presenting a line-up of six titles. Standing out among them are Mom and Other Loonies in the Family [+see also:
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]
by Ibolya Fekete (read the article – co-produced by Germany and Bulgaria) and Weekend by Áron Mátyássy (read the article). Also featuring in the showcase are Home Guards [+see also:
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by Krisztina Goda (who was behind the box-office smashes Just Sex and Nothing Else [+see also:
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and Children of Glory [+see also:
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) and three feature debuts, with My Day Your Night [+see also:
trailer
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by Gábor Móray and András Dési, and two films that have already charmed audiences at an impressive number of international festivals: The Wednesday Child [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Lili Horváth
film profile
]
by Lili Horváth (which was crowned Best Film in the East of the West section at Karlovy Vary, and was awarded at Cottbus and Trieste, among others) and Liza, the Fox-Fairy [+see also:
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trailer
film focus
interview: Karoly Ujj Mészáros
film profile
]
by Károly Ujj Mészáros (which won at Fantasporto and snagged the Cineuropa Prize at the Cinema City Festival in Novi Sad, among others).

(Translated from French)

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