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Funding / Hungary

Five projects selected by the HNFF Incubator

Five projects selected by the HNFF Incubator

The Hungarian National Film Fund will throw its weight behind the feature debuts by Cristina Grosan and Nóra Rainer-Micsinyei, Hajni Kis, Bálint Nagy and Nándor Lőrincz, Judit Oláh, and Márton Szirmai  

24/05/2018 | Funding | Hungary

Act 2 for the HNFF’s "incubator programme"

Act 2 for the HNFF’s "incubator programme"

Six feature debuts have been selected and will be backed by the Hungarian National Film Fund  

01/12/2016 | Funding | Hungary

The HNFF’s "incubator programme" comes into effect

The HNFF’s "incubator programme" comes into effect

In 2016 the Hungarian National Film Fund will support five debut feature films with small budgets  

12/11/2015 | Funding | Hungary

National Film Fund supports Ibolya Fekete and Denes Orosz

National Film Fund supports Ibolya Fekete and Denes Orosz

Aid to the production of Mom and Other Loonies in the Family and Coming Out  

30/11/2012 | Funding | Hungary

National Film Fund supports A Land of Storms

National Film Fund supports A Land of Storms

Produced by Proton Cinema, Ádám Császi’s first feature is to start shooting this autumn  

20/07/2012 | Funding | Hungary

National Film Fund supports Mirage by Szablocs Hajdu

National Film Fund supports Mirage by Szablocs Hajdu

The National Film Fund has chosen a new film by this director, previously selected for both Cannes and Berlin, as one of three to receive funding  

26/06/2012 | Funding | Hungary

Green light for Szász’s The Notebook, based on Kristóf novel

Green light for Szász’s The Notebook, based on Kristóf novel

After the good news that Benedek Fliegauf’s Just The Wind has been selected in competition at the upcoming Berlinale (see news), the Hungarian film industry has shown another sign of resurging...  

17/01/2012 | Funding | Hungary

MMKA backs Hajdu, Pálfi, Kenyeres and Goda

A total of 18 feature film projects have just been selected by the Motion Picture Public Foundation of Hungary (MMKA), who will offer financial backing for their production. These include Mirage...  

07/06/2010 | Funding | Hungary

MMKA backs Vranik’s Broadcast

After Black Brush (Best Film at the 2005 Hungarian Film Week, see news), young Hungarian director Roland Vranik (see interview) is preparing his second feature, Broadcast (Adas). The project – set...  

19/07/2007 | Funding | Hungary