Verzio International Film Fest, 6 – 11 November

  • 25 Oct 2018 8:17 AM
Verzio International Film Fest, 6 – 11 November
From the oragnisers: Human rights documentary films are the lasting traces that show a variety of interpretations of today’s state of affairs.

This year you can see films that discuss the consequences of swiftly changing labor markets, the contested and divisive legacies of the past, the plight of people afflicted by war and social injustice, the human imprint on the environment, and our role and responsibilities in ensuring its survival.

Multiple discussion panels will also be held with filmmakers and film professionals, and an extended range of programs for young audiences.

The films in the program speak to us about today’s anxieties and hopes. They shorten the distances that separates us from people in other countries and on other continents, and help us to perceive the world as an interconnected place—a place whose survival and well-being is a shared responsibility.

Tickets: 

Festival pass: 6000 HUF
A festival pass can be used for maximum 10 screenings, 1 ticket per screening (Trafó, Toldi, Művész, Kino) except for the Opening Night at Trafó

Cinema ticket: 1200 HUF

Trafó x Verzió ticket: 1100 HUF

Programs in Blinken OSA Archive (screening of the DocLab films) and at CEU (Doc Pro panel discussions, Bill Morrison masterclass) are free of charge.

Venues: 

Toldi Cinema
Budapest V., Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út 36–38.

Művész Cinema
Budapest VI., Teréz krt. 30.

Kino Café Cinema
Budapest XIII., Szent István krt. 16. 

Trafó House of Contemporary Art
Budapest IX., Liliom u. 41.

Blinken OSA Archive
Budapest V., Arany János u. 32.

CEU
Budapest V., October 6. u. 7.

Empathy Café & Bistro
Budapest V., Arany János u. 31.

Related links

Verzió Film Fest: 59 Films From 35 Countries

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