Hungarian Films In Focus At Gent Film Fest

  • 9 Oct 2018 7:51 AM
  • Hungary Matters
Hungarian Films In Focus At Gent Film Fest
Hungarian films are in the spotlight at the 45th Gent Film Festival, which will feature Hungarian works from the past decades between October 9 and 19, the Balassi Institute and the Hungarian Film Fund said.

The festival will screen recent films such as Aurora Borealis by Márta Mészáros, The Whisky Bandit by Nimród Antal, Eternal Winter by Attila Szász and Strangled by Árpád Sopsits as well as internationally known works from Miklós Jancsó’s oeuvre such as The Round-Up from 1966, and Ildikó Enyedi’s My 20th century, and a selection of short films, organisers said.

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