A lonely young child growing up in an isolated family from where she digs into her inner fantasy world. Here's the story behind Broken Things by Hungarian animation director Panni Gyulai. Watch the film.
Hungarian animation director Flóra Anna Buda presents online her Berlinale-awarded film, Entropia.
Hungarian animation director Luca Tóth presents her accalimed animation short, Mr. Mare.
Produced by Petra Iványi from FILMTEAM the Hungarian director duo, Attila Hartung and Péter Vácz created the mixed media (live-action & stop-motion) commercial for the new Mantaro coffee brand.
Here's our review of the stop-motion animation short Matches by Hungarian director Géza M. Tóth.
Hungarian animation artist Miklós Felvidéki presents his Gorgon animation short, made at MOME Anim.
The Animation department of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest dedicates a whole month to present the diploma movies of their alumni online.
It's a post-modern heist film, full of references and short of surprises. Our review for Ruben Brandt, Collector by Milorad Krstic.
Hungarian directors Flóra Anna Buda and Luca Tóth talk to Zippy Frames.
The Hungarian Film Archive released restored versions of Marcell Jankovics, Gyula Macskássy and Kati Macskássy's animated films. See the list.
The acclaimed film Solar Walk by Hungarian animation director Réka Bucsi comes to Vimeo on Demand VOD 11th April.
An experimental film workshop during the Hungarian Primanima festival (22-24 Oct 2018).
Here's a bittersweet surrealistic story of the man and the woman in gender-bending colors. Watch (the mature-themed) Superbia by Hungarian director Luca Tóth.
A new Hungarian animated feature from the awarded animator Milorad Krstic premieres at the 2018 Locarno Festival.
When people's lives intersect. Watch the animation documentary Random Walks by Hungarian animation artist Borbála Tompa.
Nature and nurture: Here's Alegria (Euphoria) music video by Hungarian animation artist Kati Egely.
A longing for a strawberry becomes the subject of the Hungarian children band The Smelly Hamstergeccos, directed by Péter Vácz.
A seasonal 3D computer animation film from Hungary which works for all seasons.
The Hungarian film by Nadja Andrasev won the Third Prize at the Cinéfondation competition.
A Hungarian experimental short that was among the 10 Oscar-shortlisted films in 2015 is now online. Read our interview with film director Réka Bucsi.
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