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September 17, 2021

Hungarian Film Week at Romanian Peasant Museum

The 7th edition of the Hungarian Film Week will take place over November 10-17 at the National Museum of the Romanian Peasant (MTR) in Bucharest, according to a press release.
In the opening of the festival, the first feature movie directed by Cserhalmi Sara, entitled “My Dear Betrayed Friends” will be screened in the presence of its director. The film won the award for the best debut film at the Warsaw Festival.
The programme includes eight feature films produced between 2011-2013, as well as documentaries and short movies, thus providing film lovers with the opportunity to find out more about Hungary’s less promoted film genres. The movies are comprised of three co-productions (“Homeland, Sex and other Inconveniences” – Germany, “Fine, thanks” – Slovakia and “Roxanne” – Romania), a film to have its premiere “The Indian”, a teen film “In the Name of Sherlock Holmes”, a comedy “The Wife, the Woman, the Chick” and an animation movie “The Human’s Tragedy”.
The festival invited at this year’s edition as a guest is the Mediawave Film and Music Festival. The festival is one of the most important events of this kind praised worldwide both for its professionalism and its unique atmosphere. The Balassi Institute, the Hungarian Institute in Bucharest, will host a Mediawave exhibition, the screenings of two movies declared winners at the previous editions and a three-day musical workshop attended by guitarist Both Miklos.
The 2008 edition of the event also included a roundtable on the topic the Romanian-Hungarian co-productions. A Romanian-Hungarian co-production has been screened at each edition ever since. “Roxanne”, the first movie directed by Valid Hotea, will be screened this year.

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