Budapest Remote Cinema Movie Schedule, Until 27 January

  • 21 Jan 2021 9:14 AM
Budapest Remote Cinema Movie Schedule, Until 27 January
Budapest Remote Cinema is a fresh approach in which local Art cinemas, such as Művész, Puskin, Tabán, Toldi, Kino, will screen movies again on a daily basis, just now online via film.artmozi.hu.

These movies can be seen this week in English:


21 January (Thursday)

7 pm: Soul Exodus

9 pm: Tall Tales

10 pm: Burning
 

22 January (Friday)

7 pm: The Salt of the Earth

8 pm: Finding Your Feet

10 pm: The Nile Hilton Incident ​​​​​​
 

23 January (Saturday)

8 pm: Saint Frances


24 January (Sunday)

8 pm: Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures


20 January (Wednesday)

9 pm: Ben Is Back

10 pm: Snowden


Discounted tickets for the films can be purchased online.

By purchasing tickets for these screenings you will directly help the survival of Budapest art cinemas, and support the livelihood of the employees of Budapest Film during lockdown.

More: 
film.artmozi.hu

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