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Tibor Biro re elected to CICAE Board

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During the Cannes Festival Jameson CineFest’s festival director was elected to another 3 years into the board of CICAE, the international organization collecting art cinemas all over the world. CICAE includes more than 3000 cinemas and 15 festivals from 29 countries. Furthermore, during his stay in Cannes Tibor Bíró took part in MEDIA Salles’s general assembly where he was invited to member of the organization’s Executive Committee. Hungary’s Art Cinema Association and the Hung...

Jameson CineFest - Miskolc International Film Festival

The flourishing Jameson CineFest will celebrate its 8th edition in September 2011, housing in a new cultural complex House of Arts. Each year, after a careful pre-selection, the top 15-20 features and 40-50 shorts, documentaries and animation films have the opportunity to compete in the official program. Most of the films came from Central Europe, from the US and Germany, but we received films from Indonesia to South America. Jameson CineFest provides an unique look into young international cinema's landscape, screening the best flicks from all over the world.

Many attractive supplementary programs, exhibitions, concerts, film history workshops, roundtable discussions will accompany the nightly screenings. Our CineClassics series started in 2010: explore with us Hungary's exceptionally rich film heritage: Oscar winner British screenwriter Emeric Pressburger was born in Miskolc, legendary founder of Paramount PicturesAdolph Zukor in the nearby village Ricse, 20th Century-Fox founder William Fox in Tolcsva, in the heart of the renowned Tokaj wine region, just to name a few.  The 2009 conference dedicated to Emeric Pressburger (with the participation of his Oscar winner grandson Kevin Macdonald), and the 2010 workshop about Zoltan Korda was a true gem.

Jameson CineFest is one of the most attractive festivals of Central Europe, where our guests can get know the fresh cavalcade of world cinema, the hidden treasures of film history, fine food and drinks, concerts and parties - with true Hungarian hospitality.

See you in Miskolc in September 2011!

The team that made Hats Off

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           "Grace is… You dance as you walk through life. If you don't dance, you cannot aspire. You do not lift up from this earth." - Mimi WeddellActress-Model-Mother-Independent Thinker-Free Spirit Mimi Weddell is extraordinary by anyone's account. A striking beauty who speaks with authority and passion on any number of topics, Mimi, cigarette holder in hand, strikes a pose the moment the camera is on her. The Gra...

Winners of Tiburon Film Festival

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Winners of 2008 Tiburon International Film Festival : ‘Golden Reel Awards’ The winners of the Golden Reel Award were announced during a formal ceremony on Friday, March 21, 2008 in Tiburon, with many filmmakers, local guests, and dignitaries present. Best Film: The Yellow House, directed by: Amor Hakkar [Algeria] Best Director: Zoltan Kamondi, for: Dolina [Hungary]Best Actor: Jan Decleir, for A Perfect Match [Belgium] Best Actress: Minnie Driver, for Take {US]Best Documentary: Behin...

Hungarian film art during the berlinale

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CINEMA TOTAL BERLIN EDITIONHungarian film art during the berlinale Film as fine art WITH ULRICH GREGOR ISTVAN SZABO UDO KIER Collegium Hungaricum BerlinDorotheenstr. 12, 10117 Berlin-Mitte5 pmCINEMA TOTAL - Street ScreeningGéza M. Tóth: ERGOFor the first time on a 8x6 meter projectionscreen: CHB displays its show-window to Berlin. By the occasion of this street-screening presentation we project the newest animation film of Oscar-Price nominnee Géza M. Tóth.6.30 pmexhibition OPENINGCinema Tot...

The Budapest Filmweek Prizes

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The feature competition winner for Best Picture was a film called “Delta” by a young director, Kornél Mundruczó, which was also awarded the traditional Gene Moskowitz prize by the foreign press delegation. However, due to my unfortunately vast degree of geographical separation from the festival grounds I didn’t get to see it, and therefore am not in a position to comment critically one way or another. This year’s Best Director Prize went to Elemer Ragalyi, for the film “Nincs Kegye...

Golden Reel Revealed in Budapest

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BUDAPEST, Hungary-- After months of preparation, weeks of excitement and a week when Hungarian film has been the very focal point of Budapest, finally the result is out in the open and the 39th Hungarian Film Week has come to a halt. We can say that this past week has been a busy week full of programs and definitely full of films worth seeing.  February 5th, Tuesday night has proved to be the night awaited by many –the night of the closing award ceremony. As planned and anticipated, the re...

Golden Reel Revealed in Budapest

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BUDAPEST, Hungary-- After months of preparation, weeks of excitement and a week when Hungarian film has been the very focal point of Budapest, finally the result is out in the open and the 39th Hungarian Film Week has come to a halt. We can say that this past week has been a busy week full of programs and definitely full of films worth seeing. February 5th, Tuesday night has proved to be the night awaited by many –the night of the closing award ceremony. As planned and anticipated, the result ...

Ojai Film Festival Rolls Credits on 8th Annual Event with Award Winners

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The Ojai Film Festival, with its mission of “Enriching the Human Spirit Through Film”, completed its 8th annual festival Sunday with an awards brunch and sold out best-of-festival screenings. Throughout the festival (October 4 – 7) audiences were treated to an array of powerful and inspiring films with filmmaker Q & A’s after most screenings. Malcolm McDowell served as the Master of Ceremonies for the awards brunch, with highlights including screenwriter Alex Kurtzman presenting an E...

Ojai Film Festival Rolls Credits on 8th Annual Event with Award Winners

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The Ojai Film Festival, with its mission of “Enriching the Human Spirit Through Film”, completed its 8th annual festival Sunday with an awards brunch and sold out best-of-festival screenings. Throughout the festival (October 4 – 7) audiences were treated to an array of powerful and inspiring films with filmmaker Q & A’s after most screenings. Malcolm McDowell served as the Master of Ceremonies for the awards brunch, with highlights including screenwriter Alex Kurtzman presenting an Enric...

Szabo flap flusters first-nighters in Budapest

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The opening night of the Hungarian film week at the Budapest Congress centre turned out to be more of a political than a cinematic event. "Rokoknok" (Relatives), the eagerly awaited new film by Hungary's leading filmmaker, Istvan Szabo -- his first Hungarian language film since 1992 -- was scheduled to open the festivities, but just a few days prior to the opening an article appeared in a prestigious literary magazine casting serious doubts upon director Szabo's past political integrity. To put ...

Hungarian Film Week opens with István Szabó’s Relatives

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The traditional showcase of the Hungarian film production of the year, the 37th edition of the Hungarian Film Week will be held in Budapest between January 31 – February 7, 2005. This year nearly 120 foreign professionals accepted the invitation from Magyar Filmunió to the Hungarian Film Week that plays an outstanding part in the international promotion of Hungarian films. The foreign critics’ Gene Moskowitz Award will be handed over at the final ceremony on 7th February.The traditional sho...

Fateless new entry in the Berlinale Competition

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The 55th Berlin International Film Festival is pleased to announce that the Hungarian-German-British co-production Fateless will screen in this year’s Competition. The film is based on Hungarian Nobel Prize winner Imre Kertész’s book of the same title, which depicts the Holocaust from the perspective of an adolescent boy. Kertész also wrote the screenplay for Fateless. Renowned cinematographer Lájos Koltai’s (Oscar nomination for Malena) directorial debut portrays the fate of Budapest...
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