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The 7th Finnish Film Days – Budapest

FINNISH FILM DAYS

February, 7. – February, 11. 2018. February, 2018.

 Toldi Art Cinema

District, V., 36-38 Bajcsy-Zsilinszky Road

Finnish Film Days offers nine first-class Finnish films presenting some of the brightest talents of Finnish film making. Besides movies and documentaries, the festival program includes two discussions on some of the hot issues of today’s film industry.

As the opening film, an award-winning gem of 2017 –  Euthanizer – Director Teemu Nikki.

All movies are spoken in Finnish and subtitled in English and Hungarian, unless mentioned otherwise.

Pre-sale starts on the spot to-day at the   Cinema. Ticket Prices: 1500/1100 HUF

The Finnish Film Days are organized by Finnagora in co-operation with Toldi mozi, Suomen elokuvasäätiö – Finnish Film Foundation, SzimplaFilm and HTI Travel & Incentives

Screenings:

Wednesday, February, 7. – 8PM Euthanizer (2017)

https://vimeo.com/232008234

Thursday, February, 8. – 8.30PM Lapland Odyssey 3 (2017)

https://vimeo.com/223095930

Friday, February, 9. – 7PM Craigslist Allstars (2016) – spoken in english https://vimeo.com/215657524

8.30PM Star Boys (2017)

https://youtu.be/1bVdG2AduIw

Saturday, February, 10. –  4PM Every Other Couple (2016)

https://youtu.be/1bVdG2AduIw

6.45PM Eternal Road (2017)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYZl0lU6DF4

9PM Tom of Finland (2017)

https://vimeo.com/235255000

Sunday, February, 11. – 6PM Thick Lashes of Lauri Mäntyvaara (2017)

https://vimeo.com/226255329

8PM Miami (2017)

https://vimeo.com/230148478

Source – Finnagora

Update Aggie Reiter

Original Finnish Santa Claus Joulupukki arrival to Budapest – Hungary

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The Original Finnish Santa Claus Joulupukki arriving for the 13th occasion to Hungary! Saturday, November, 28. 2015.

Joulupukki’s visit to Hungary is organized by Finnagora, and Finnish Institute in Budapest.

The Original Finnish Santa Claus arrives for the 13th time to Hungary in the end of November 2015. Santa Claus, or Joulupukki as the Finnish children call him, comes straight  from the Lappish town of Rovaniemi not on  his sledge, but with the support of  the Finnish Airline – Finnair.

Joulupukki has been visiting Hungary since 2002. Already, brought happiness and smiles to thousands-and-thousand of children. He has been visiting several towns and cities throughout Hungary.

During his nine-day stay in Hungary, spreading the Xmas spirit to everyone. In addition to the public events, Joulupukki is also going to visit schools and orphanages. On his schedule will be visiting several cities and towns as: Surd and Zalaszentbalázs, Nagykanizsa, Pécs, Komló, Geresdlak, Ajka and Veszprém.

In Budapest children with their families may meet him in the Shoebox Castle, the Hungarian Baptist Aid venue at the Deák Square and at the Christmas Market – Downtown – Vörösmarty Square.

Joulupukki’s visit to Hungary is organized by Finnagora, the Finnish Institute in Budapest. Date and times: November, 29.  3 p.m. Budapest – Deák Square – Hungarian Baptist Aid’s Shoebox castle, November, 30. 10 a.m. Kőbánya  – Szabó Ervin Library  Disrict, XI., 7-14. Szent László Square – Budapest, Gödölő – December, 1.  3.30 p.m. Christmas House  – 4. Szabadság Road,  Pécs –  December, 2.  5 p.m. Széchenyi Square – Christmas Fair , Komló December, 2. 12.30 p.m. , Surd  – December, 3. – 1 p.m. Integrated Community Service Square,  December, 3. 3.30 p.m. – Zalaszentbalázs – Culture Center –  92. Kossuth Street, December, 4.  9.30 a.m. 11. Kossuth Lajos Street – Sport Arena – Zalaszentgrót, December, 5. 9.00 a.m. Petőfi Theater, 2. Óvári Ferenc Street – Veszprém, December,5. 4 p.m. 12. Szabadság Square – Ajka, December, 6. 10 a.m. Christmas Market Fair – Vörösmarty Square – Budapest.

Update by Agge Reiter