IDENTICAL TRACKLISTS
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IDENTICAL TRACKLISTS

MDLSX / Motus (IT), Trafó

Silvia Calderoni’s show makes us behave like the voyeurs of a peep show. The only difference is that she shows us not only her body, but the anxiety and pain as well caused by her physical otherness. A REVIEW BY PANNI PUSKÁS. More

„I WON’T SAY YES TO ANYTHING JUST TO WORK IN AMERICA”
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„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. More

A DOOR
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A DOOR

Svetlana Alexievich: Secondhand / Örkény Theatre

Every episode of the show called Secondhand is about the ingloriously deceased (?) Soviet Union, but the performance as a whole is built from us, non-Soviets, it tells our story. By JUDIT CSÁKI. More

REVOLUTION IS A NECESSARY CAUSE, BUT IMPOSSIBLE TODAY
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REVOLUTION IS A NECESSARY CAUSE, BUT IMPOSSIBLE TODAY

An interview with director Kokan Mladenović

Kokan Mladenović’s name is well known both within and outside the theatre: he is the director who will not keep quiet, and won’t tolerate it from others either.
AN INTERVIEW BY ZSÓFI SZERDA. More

A FEAST FOR THE EYE
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A FEAST FOR THE EYE

Ruben Brandt, Collector

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. More

“WHERE THERE IS COWARDICE, WINKING RETURNS”
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“WHERE THERE IS COWARDICE, WINKING RETURNS”

A conversation with Róbert Alföldi

Fear Eats the Soul (Átrium), The Crucible (Szombathely) and Richard III (Radnóti Színház) – these are only a few of the shows in which Róbert Alföldi worked in the past season. In 2018 his performances were nominated in five categories for the Theater Critics’ Award. More

ETERNALLY INCOMPLETE – THE RENEWED MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS
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ETERNALLY INCOMPLETE – THE RENEWED MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS

After almost three years' work and spending around 15 billion HUF, the Museum of Fine Arts reopened in the autumn. The building underwent its greatest reconstruction of its history, but at first glance all we see are minor face lifts. Which only shows that the designers were on the right track. More