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The Debrecen director’s feature film will also be screened at the Transylvanian Film Festival
Author: MTI [email protected]
Published on 21/09/2021 13:46 | Updated: 21/09/2021 13:46
Bucharest – Dozens of new Hungarian feature films – including several from Transylvania – are included in the program of the 21st Film Festival in Transylvania, the works are located in Cluj-Napoca and 14 other Transylvanian cities, the organizers announced on Tuesday.
The inspection, which starts after two weeks, will take place between October 6 and 10, with the exception of Timisoara, where it will follow the screenings on October 15 and 16.
The organizers highlighted the opening film, the couple’s drama According to My Best Knowledge, directed by Nándor Lőrincz and Bálint Nagy, starring Gabriella Hámori and Balázs Bodolai from Târgu Mureş. The latter also appears in Balázs Krasznahorkai’s film Rift, shot in the Maramures Mountains, starring Levente Molnár from Cluj-Napoca.
In addition, several of his Transylvanian colleagues, including Levente Orbán, born in Csíkszentmiklós, can also be seen in the film. We will present the work of the first performance by Cecília Felméri in Cluj-Napoca, Spirál, and the film anthology of Szabolcs Hajdu, born in Debrecen, partly shot in Transylvanian locations, The Time of Peace.
Two documentaries were also included in the selection: Ágnes Maksay from Cluj-Napoca, Flame and Light!
Less than 3 months after the premiere in Cannes, Ildikó Enyedi’s latest film, The Story of My Wife, a film adaptation of Milan’s Füst novel, which has been translated into more than 20 languages and nominated for the Nobel Prize for Literature, will reach viewers in Cluj-Napoca and Miercurea Ciuc. In the Hungarian-German-Italian co-production with French participation, you can watch the Transylvanian audience with Romanian subtitles and Hungarian dubbing.
The program of the film review is characterized by the diversity of the genre. The audience can watch the Final Report directed by István Szabó, the film accepted for this year’s Oscar in Hungary, the fimdrama of the preparation Lili Horvát’s Preparation for an Indefinite Ensemble, the natural light historical film by Dénes Nagy, the Post Mortem by Péter Bergendy , Ákos Badits’ s Space Picnic, as well as several romantic comedies, such as Nóra Hab Lakos, Péter Varsics.
The program is complemented by two hours of Hungarian short films, legendary film classics and children’s screenings awarded at international festivals.
The documentary program will also be reinforced by a competition section called Filmgalopp, which will feature seven seven Transylvanian documentaries.
The central location of the Film Festival is Cluj-Napoca, other locations include Arad, Miercurea Ciuc, Gyergyószentmiklós, Kézdivásárhely, Covasna, Târgu Mureș, Nagyszalonta, Sibiu, Oradea, Sepsiszentgyörgy, Szamosújvár, Szatmárnvareti, Szeklerland