Budapest Remote Cinema Movie Schedule, Until 28 April

  • 21 Apr 2021 10:17 AM
Budapest Remote Cinema Movie Schedule, Until 28 April
Local art cinemas, such as Művész, Puskin, Tabán, Toldi, Kino, are still screening movies on a daily basis during lockdown, just now online via film.artmozi.hu.

Thursday 22 April

7 pm -  The Florida Project (Language: English with Hungarian subtitles)
8 pm - The Gatekeepers (Language: English and Hebrew with Hungarian subtitles)
9 pm Assassins (Language: English with Hungarian subtitles)

Friday 23 April

6 pm - The Salt of the Earth (Language: English, French, Portugese with Hungarian subtitles)
9 pm – Green Book (Language: English with Hungarian subtitles)

Saturday 24 April

7 pm - Philomena (Language: English with Hungarian subtitles)
10 pm - Hacksaw Ridge (Language: English with Hungarian subtitles)

Sunday 25 April

10 pm – Assassins (Language: English with Hungarian subtitles)

Monday 26 April

9 pm - Two days, one night (Language: English, French, Arabic with Hungarian subtitles)

Tuesday 27 April
none shown in English

Wednesday 28 April
 8 pm – Judy (Language: English with Hungarian subtitles)
10 pm – The Client (Language: English, Persian with Hungarian subtitles)

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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