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Film Week line-up

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The annual showcase of the best of current Hungarian cinema, Hungarian Film Week, has unveiled the selection for its 39th edition (January 29-February 5), which will screen 104 films in competition including 18 features, 37 shorts and 33 documentaries, in Budapest.

Nine international premieres and seven debut features will vie for the Golden Reel, to be awarded for the first time.

Major titles on the programme include Kornél Mundruczó’s Delta (see news); Tamás Almási’s Mario the Magician (see article); Gábor Dettre’s The Class; Erik Novák’s Nosedive; Elemér Ragályi’s Without Mercy; Szabolcs Hajdu’s Off Hollywood; Róbert Alföldi’s Tranquillity; domestic box-office hit The Train Keeps a Rollin’ by Róbert Koltai; and Milky Way by Benedek Fliegauf (lauded at the Locarno Film Festival, see news).

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Competition line-up:
Róbert Alföldi - Tranquillity (WP)
Tamás Almási - Mario the Magician (WP)
Gábor Dettre - The Class (WP)
Anna Faur - Girls
Benedek Fliegauf - Milky Way
Attila Gigor - The Investigator (WP)
Szabolcs Hajdu - Off Hollywood
Róbert Koltai - The Train Keeps a Rollin’ [+see also:
trailer
film profile
]

Róbert Lakatos - Bahrtalo! Good Luck! (WP)
Kornél Mundruczó – Delta [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Kornél Mundruczó
interview: Orsi Tóth
film profile
]
(WP)
Erik Novák - Nosedive [+see also:
trailer
film profile
]

Béla Paczolay - The Adventurers (WP)
Elemér Ragályi - Without Mercy
György Szomjas - The Sun Street Boys [+see also:
film review
film profile
]

Attila Till - Panic (WP)
Péter Tímár - Casting
Szabolcs Tolnai - The Hourglass
Ferenc Török - Overnight [+see also:
trailer
film profile
]

Special Screenings:
Csaba Bereczky - Song of Lives (WP)
Ferenc Moldoványi - Another Planet (WP)
Péter Forgács - Own Death (WP)

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(Translated from French)

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