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The 26th Titanic International Film Festival kicks off: Amazing Aretha – Amazing Grace @ Budapest 2019.

This year showing at two venues will be presented for one week 12 new productions, at the Uránia National Film Theater and the French Institution – Budapest.

The Uránia Cinema is one, if not the only eye-catching place hall in Budapest where you can have a comfy seat and watch the variety of movies with international star parade each-and-every day of the week.

The 26th Titanic International Film Festival  begins highlighting the concert film with Aretha Franklin, which will be screened on the first day of the festival, October, 20. – sharp 6 p.m. For  many being fond of the Queen of Soul Ms Aretha Frankin  may watch the Amazing Aretha – Amazing Grace  – The Voice of Love – the american concert  from 2018,  It will be screened in English with Hungarian subtitles (age above 12). Made album in 1973 shows the concert footage from 1972 of Aretha Franklin performing songs from the best-selling gospel album at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles. Director: Alan Elliott, Sydney Pollack – Cast: Aretha Franklin, James Cleveland. Be aware to see well known faces in the audience… such as Mike Jagger, John Lennon, Marvin Gay all enjoying the lady of soul at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in L.A.

During the Titanic International Film Festival 12 new productions for cinema enthusiasts!  These screened  films have had already been proven on international screenings and have earned their reputation.

Dates – Screening of films at the Uránia National Film Theater – Budapest:

Monday, October, 21.

6 p.m. – Amazing Grace (above age 12) – american concert movie, 89 min, 2018 in English with Hungarian subtitles – Director: Alan Elliott, Sydney Pollack

8 p.m. – The Dead Don’t Die – OPENING GALA – american horror comedy, 104 min, 2019 in English with Hungarian subtitles – Director: Jim Jarmusch

Tuesday, October, 22.

4.15 p.m. And Your Bird Can Sing – japán feature film, 106 min, 2018 in Japanese language with Hungarian subtitles – Director: Shó Miyake

6.15 p.m. – Ghost Master – Japanese romantic horror, 88 min, 2019 in Japanese language with Hungarian subtitles – Director: Paul Young

8 p.m. Deva – GALA SCREENING (Premier) – hungarian-italian drama, 80  – Director: Szőcs Petra

Wednesday, October, 23.

5 p.m. – A Dog Called Money – Irish-English documentary, 94 min, 2019 in English language with Hungarian subtitles – Director: Seamus Murphy

7 p.m. – ECHO – Icelandic comedy, 79 min, 2019 in Icelandic language with Hungarian subtitles – Director: Rúnar Rúnarsson

8.30 p.m. – The Wind – feminist Gothic-horror western, 86 min, 2018 in English language with Hungarian subtitles – Director: Emma Tammi

Thursday,  October,24.

4.30 p.m. – Becoming Animal – Swiss-English-Canadian documentary, 78 min, 2018 in English language with Hungarian subtitles – Director: Emma Davie, Peter Mettler

6 p.m. – The Most Beautiful Couple – German drama, 97 min, 2018 in German language with Hungarian subtitles – Director: Sven Taddicken

8 p.m. – Who You Think I Am? (16) – GALA SCREENING – French romantic drama, 101 min, 2019 in French with Hungarian subtitles Director: Safy Nebbou – Special Guest: the Director

Friday, October, 25.

5 p.m. School’s Out  French drama, 104 min, 2018. in French language with Hungarian subtitles – Director: Sébastien Marnier.

7 p.m. The Wind –  Feminist Gothic-horror western, 86 min, 2018 in English language with Hungarian subtitles – Director: Emma Tammi.

9 p.m. Dogs Don’t Wear Pants – Finnish-Letvian feature film, 105 min, 2019 in Finnish language with Hungarian subtitles – Director: J.-P. Valkeapaa.

Saturday, October,  26.

4 p.m. Aurora –  Finnish feature film, 106 min, 2019 in Finnish language with Hungarian subtitles – Director: Mila Tervo.

October, Sunday, 27.

8 p.m. – Motherless Brooklyn (above age12) – CLOSING GALA – american crime, drama, 144 min, 2019 in English with Hungarian subtitles – Director: Edward Norton.

See the program screened at the French Institution Budapest –  https://www.franciaintezet.hu/

Update Aggie Reiter