Budapest Remote Cinema Schedule, Until 17 March

  • 11 Mar 2021 9:04 AM
Budapest Remote Cinema Schedule, Until 17 March
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.

The following movies can be seen in English over the coming days:

Thursday 11 March

8,30 pm - Outskirts (Language: Spanish with English subtitles)

10.30 pm - Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures (Language: English)

Friday 12 March

8.30 pm - Open Heritage: London CLT  (Language: English)

9 pm - It’s Only the End of the World

10 pm - Monos

Saturday 13 March

7 pm - The Salt of the Earth (Language: French, English, Portugese with Hungarian subtitles)

7 pm - The Real Thing – Real Life in Fake Cities (Language: Various with English subtitles)

9 pm - O:TVORENO [INDOOR] (Language: n. a., with English and Serbo-Croatian subtitles)

Sunday 14  March

9 pm.  – Burning (Language: Korean, English with Hungarian subtitles)

Monday 15 March

10 pm - Tall Tales (Language: Hungarian with English subtitles)

Tuesday 16 March

None shown in English

Wednesday 17 March 

7 pm – Jackie (Language: English with Hungarian subtitles)

7 pm - Beautiful Boy (Language: English with Hungarian subtitles)

Discounted tickets for the films can be purchased online - just go to the date, click on the film you wish to watch and click on 'Jegyvásárlás'.

Should you have any questions / isssues please call: +36 30 126 3502 | +36 30 295 8825

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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