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BERLINALE 2020 EFM

Le cinéma hongrois prépare l’avenir à Berlin

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- Le nouveau National Film Institute misera notamment à l’EFM sur une brassée de titres en post-production incluant de très nombreux premiers longs métrages

Le cinéma hongrois prépare l’avenir à Berlin
Ravine de Balázs Krasznahorkai

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Although Hungarian productions are absent from the selection of new films at the 70th Berlinale (20 February - 1 March), that is not the case at the European Film Market, which will be attended by NFI World Sales, the international sales division of the NFI (National Film Institute), the new public entity which replaces the HNFF (Hungarian National Film Fund).

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Standing out from the line-up handled by Klaudia Androsovits are Those Who Remained [+lire aussi :
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by Barnabas Tóth (which had made the shortlist for this year's Best International Film Oscar), Final Report [+lire aussi :
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by István Szabó (coming out on 27 February in the cinemas of its country) and the fascinating Eden [+lire aussi :
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by Ágnes Kocsis (recently revealed in Rotterdam), as well as On The Quiet [+lire aussi :
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from promising director Zoltán Nagy (well-received at the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival), the romantic comedy Neither With You [+lire aussi :
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by Dénes Orosz, Comrade Draculich [+lire aussi :
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by Márk Bodzsár, the thriller Valan – Valley of Angels [+lire aussi :
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by Béla Bagota, FOMO: Fear of Missing Out [+lire aussi :
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by Attila Hartung and Captives by Kristóf Deák.

It is worth noting that the On Transmission programme, celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Berlinale, features 2017 Golden Bear winner On Body and Soul [+lire aussi :
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by Ildikó Enyedi (who chose to put forward One Day [+lire aussi :
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, from her young fellow countrywoman Zsófia Szilágyi) whose highly anticipated upcoming project The Story of My Wife (read the news - starring Léa Seydoux, Gijs Naber, Louis Garrel, Josef Hader, Sergio Rubini and Jasmine Trinca) is currently in post-production and in the line-up of German sales company Films Boutique.

At the EFM, Hungarian cinema will most of all be preparing the future, with a great number of feature debuts in post-production, such as the comedy Budapest Heist by Balázs Lóth (news), Garbage Theory by Ákos Badits (news), the romantic comedy Cream by Nóra Lakos, Last Bus from the duo Nándor Lorincz - Bálint Nagy (news), Perfect As You Are by Péter Varsics, Spiral by Cecília Felméri (news), Ravine (formerly The Valley) by Balázs Krasznahorkai (news), Wild Roots by Hajni Kis, Things Worth Weeping For by Cristina Grosan (news) and the documentary Tobias by Alexa Bakony.

Also in post-production are Bullhorn Lullaby by Viktor Oszkár Nagy (news), Post Mortem by Péter Bergendy (news), Preparations To Be Together For An Unknown Period of Time by Lili Horváth (news), Seven Little Coincidences by Péter Gothár (news) and Toxikoma by Gábor Herendi.

Finally, among the documentaries in post-production also figure Tamas Bartha, The Legend by Eszter Hajdú, No Command by Péter Szalay, and Wild Horses – A Tale from the Hungarian Steppe by Zoltán Török.

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