Who have not wished for their favourite paintings in a museum to come to life and tell the continuation of the story captured in the moment? Ruben Brandt, Collector is an animated feature film built on exactly that desire, while conjuring an intriguing story around the classics set in motion. And it manages to do so without becoming overtly didactic. A Review by SÁNDOR ZSIGMOND PAPP.
„I WON’T SAY YES TO ANYTHING JUST TO WORK IN AMERICA”
A chat with Mátyás Erdély, the cinematographer of Son of Saul and Sunset
He wasn’t rolling in offers after the Oscar for Saul, but he does not see it as a tragedy.
We contacted Mátyás Erdély in London, where he is shooting the new Jude Law film.
An Interview by TAMÁS SOÓS.
A girl in a hat stumbles helplessly in the conceited chaos of a decaying world: the big question of Sunset is whether the cinematic magic of László Nemes becomes meaningful once again. A REVIEW BY ZSOLT GYENGE.
The second feature film of Árpád Bogdán does not focus on the consistent exploration of a series of tragic events, but on their human dramas. BY MÁRK ZALÁN
The Whiskey Bandit turned out to be a professionally orchestrated, dynamic genre piece with convincing acting and splendid music. BY TÍMEA HUNGLER.
Miért érdemes 2017-ben megnézni Chaplin 80 éves némafilmjét? SOÓS TAMÁS KRITIKÁJA.
A refugee hovering as a superhero-angel is the symbolic centre of Kornél Mundruczó’s film competing in Cannes, a grand opus stating the naivety and superfluity of miracles. REVIEW BY ZSOLT GYENGE.
No matter how I look at it, being broke becomes Szabolcs Hajdu. It dresses him. With creativity, tightness and intensity. And he knows everything about the miseries embittering the life of Hungarian families today, about the rainbow of unhappiness and longing.
REVIEW BY SÁNDOR ZSIGMOND PAPP
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