Exploring new opportunities in film education

It wouldn't be difficult to write a short synopsis of cinematographer-director and associate professor Emil Novák's career. You'll find everything you need for a good story, from a promising career start to defection, to professional fulfillment. But these life situations have one thing in common: the constant departure from known roads into the unknown which is led by the hope of discovering something new.

More succesful Hungarian Movies

Csaba Káel, a new Hungarian Film Commissioner responsible for the development of the Hungarian motion picture industry, the National Film Institute will be established on the basis of the Hungarian National Film Fund, changing its name from 1 January 2020. 

Pilate was nominated to Miff Awards

2019 nominees chosen by the committee from which members of Leonardo Da Vinci Film Society (LDVFS) vote to determine the winners in each specific discipline.

On Body and Soul shortlisted for Oscar 2018

The American film academy has nominated Ildikó Enyedi's romantic drama On Body and Soul for this year's Academy Award for best foreign language film, it was announced in Los Angeles on Tuesday.  

Netflix Acquires ‘On Body And Soul’, Hungary’s Foreign Language Oscar Entry

Netflix has taken all North American rights to Ildiko Enyedi’s Berlin Golden Bear winner, On Body And Soul. Written and directed by Enyedi, the movie is Hungary’s entry for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar. Its U.S. premiere will take place on November 12 at AFI Fest with Netflix releasing on February 21, 2018. 

How Europa Cinemas is adapting to challenging times

As Europa Cinemas celebrates its 25th anniversary, the pan-European network continues to play a vital role in helping exhibitors to play European films. Screen explores the achievements so far - and future challenges BY GEOFFREY MACNAB

Shoot about to wrap for Attila Szàsz’s Tall Tales

Having risen to prominence in 2014 with his debut fiction feature, The Ambassador to Bern (which was singled out with the Bronze Zenith at Montreal), and having also proven popular with his subsequent opus, Demimonde (which bagged three trophies at the Hungarian Film Week in 2016, including Best Screenplay and Best Cinematography; also awarded at Nashville, Naples and Anchorage), Attila Szàsz was on the verge of wrapping the shoot for Tall Tales (Apró mesék) on Saturday.

The 1st Edition of the Budapest Classics Film Marathon

Between 2-5 November 2017, the first Budapest Classics Film Marathon will take place in the city’s oldest and most prestigious film theatres: the Uránia National Film Theatre and Corvin Cinema and also in the Budapest French Institute.


The film Memo by the writer-director István Tasnádi was chosen the best European TV Movie reported by webradio.hu. The award was given to the movie during the Prix Europa festival that is the largest annual tri-medial festival in Europe. The annually organised event in Berlin takes place in the 3rd week of October and awards the best European Television, Radio and Online productions in 14 different categories. 

Bunyik Entertainment is proud to announce; 45th Anniversary Screening Tribute to Vilmos Zsigmond

 Pauline Kael memorably praised Robert Altman’s McCabe & Mrs. Miller as “ a beautiful pipe dream of a movie.” This poetic, revisionist Western is set in the Northwest at the turn of the 20th century and stars Warren Beatty and Julie Christie (Oscar-nominated for her performance). We present this screening as a tribute to Oscar- winning cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond (Deliverance, The Long Goodbye, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, The Deer Hunter). 

ASC Nominates Arkapaw, Erdély, Fukunaga for Spotlight Award

The ASC has nominated Macbeth, shot by Adam Arkapaw; Son of Saul, shot by Mátyás Erdély, HSC; and Beasts of No Nation, shot by Cary Joji Fukunaga, for the Spotlight Award, which recognizes outstanding achievement in cinematography in a feature that was exhibited at a film festival, internationally, or in limited theatrical release.