Budapest Remote Cinema Schedule, Until 10 March

  • 3 Mar 2021 12:52 PM
Budapest Remote Cinema Schedule, Until 10 March
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.

The following movies can be seen in English:
 

Thursday 4 March

6pm. - The Bookshop
8.30pm -  Making a Mountain
10pm - Swallow
 

Friday 5 March

7pm -  Hannah Arendt
7pm - Free Public Beach Building and Test Day at Romai
9pm - The Florida Project
9pm - Five Seasons – The Gardens of Piet Oudolf

Saturday 6 March

7pm - 5 Blocks 
8pm - The Two Faces of January
9pm - Les Grands Voisins, The Dreamt City (Language: French with English subtitles)

Sunday 7  March

6pm - Mary Shelley 
7pm - Golden Age
9 pm - Frances Ha
9pm – Aalto (Language: English and Finnish with English subtitles)
10pm - Manifesto

Monday 8 March

6pm - Hannah Arendt
8.30 pm - Havana, from on High ( Language: Spanish with English subtitles)


Tuesday 9 March

8.30pm - The Street
10pm - Palm Springs

Wednesday 10 March
8.30pm - Inside Prora (Language: German and English with English 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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