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14th April 2018

Rungaro Nyoni’s English satire I Am Not A Witch taking place in Zambia won the Breaking Waves Award at 25th Titanic Film Festival yesterday, Palestinian director Muajad Alajan’s The Reports On Sarah And Saleem got Special Prize. The audience award went to Wes Anderson’s Silver Bear winner animation Isle Of Dogs.

7th April 2018

Titanic Film Festival until 13th April brings you several musical delicacies and Hungarian films raising important questions. Nico, 1988 is a road movie dedicated to the last years of Christa Päffgen aka Nico, one of Warhol’s muses and the singer of Velvet Underground. American Valhalla tells the story of an extraordinary musical collaboration between Iggy Pop and co-director Josh Homme from Queens of the Stone Age. RocKabul introduces Kabul’s underground music scene to the audience. The documentary Occupation 1968 depicts the overrun of Czechoslovakia from the point of views of five countries. In the documentary SelfTheatre: Remake_Bodony youngsters from a village in Baranya County engage in arts based activities in order to reimagine themselves and their social environment. In Árpád Bogdán’s Genesis drunk racists attack a Roma settlement at night where the mother of nine-year-old Ricsi dies. The audience can meet several directors during the festival. 

23rd March 2018

The 25th Titanic International Film Festival, one of the biggest movie events in Hungary offers an exciting and colourful jubilee programme from 4th to 13th April 2018. 47 films from all around the world – from which 9 is in competition - will be shown at 7 Budapest venues. The members of the jury are this year’s best actress in Europe, Alexandra Borbély and Tamás Dobos cinematographer, the chair will be Ferenc Török director.



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