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The XIV. MittelCinemaFest – 2016


MittelCinemaFest – 2016

XIV. Italian Central European Film Festival

The cinema days are here again in Budapest

November, 5 -15. 2016.

The Mittel Cinema Fest is the largest promotion event for Italian cinema in Central Europe. The festival, promoted by Istituto Luce Cinecittà in collaboration with the Italian Cultural Institutes with the support of the Pushkin cinema (District,  V.,  18.  Kossuth Lajos  Street – Budapest) .

During the 10 days, the movie lovers will have the chance to watch the most significant films. Just as in the recent years  many Italian films will be screening at Budapest’s Pushkin cinema and also in co-operation at the Taban Cinema, as well as Cinenuovo, Cirko in the frame of Film Distributors  – Budapest Film Ltd.  The Mittel Cinema Fest has also made itself a landmark  as the most important festivals in Central Europe. Each year  the Pushkin cinema as the organiser and supporter of the event plays a major role in bringing the Italian films to  the Budapest’s audience.

This year eleven Italian films were selected  to be introduced from the selection of  productions from 2015 and 2016.

The MittelCinemaFest  each year keeps its tradition as the 1477314351995“traveling film festival”, so after the screenings ends  in Budapest, the movies head to the audience at Krakow, Bratislava and Prague.

To get into depth of the movies see the selection of films and the whereabouts to be screened on the Pushkin Cinema homepage.

Update Aggie Reiter


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XI. Central European Film Festival – Italy


at the Puskin Cinema – Budapest

5-14. November, 2013. 

The Italian Cultural Institute, the Istituto Luce Cinecittà and the Puskin Cinema in partnership by now will be  holding the XI. th Film Festival in Budapest. Once again the festival shows the actors,  directors and new talents where the contemporary Italian filmmaking stands by showing example panoramic view of to-day’s film industrial.

The MittelCinemaFest obviously contributes to a clear increase in the number of Italian films marketed in Hungary. In the year 2013. fourteen Italian films were screened in Hungary and many of those which have also featured within festival programs in recent years.

The opening pictures at the MittelCinemaFest 2013 will be: The Great Beauty, directed by Paolo Sorrentino,  which was in competition at Cannes among others movies. At the event will be present Anita Kravos, one of the actress in the movie. Within the festival’s program an outstanding portrait movie will be shown of Federico Fellini, titled: How odd my Name is Federico  shoted  by his colleague and friend, director Ettore Scola. Well-known directors, as  Giorgio Diritto and Paolo Virzi latest productions will be screened as well, titled: One day you have to go, and the Every single day.  Further pictures to be seen at the festival also  will be the Itaker – director Toni Trupial, who will personally  be present on the screening day at the Puskin Cinema.  On with the list of pictures to be on-screen will be: I travel alone director Maria Sole Tognazzi.  Good morning, Father!  – director Edoardo Leo will be the guest at the projection. Pinocchio – director Enzo D’Alò. Bellas Mariposas – director Salvatore Mereu. Rope Dancers – director Ivano De Matteo. Long live freedom!  director Roberto Andò.

In addition with the upcoming  pictures, this year will also be screening short films from the selection of the Riff 2013 (Rome Independent Film Festival) and Kalat Nissa Film Festival 2013.

The Italian films will be in Hungarian simultaneous interpretation or subtitled in Hungarian language. The detailed program can be found at the Italian Cultural Institute and the Puskin Cinema.

So … Italians working, living in Budapest … Go For It – Make Your Day, watch the movies in your mother tongue language. Also an “A” for practising the Italian language not just for the Hungarians, but at all stage for those in communicating in Italian language.

Tickets can be purchased at the  Italian Cultural Institute – District VIII., 8. Bródy Str. Budapest and/or on the spot at the Puskin Cinema –  District, V., 18. Kossuth Lajos Str. Budapest.

More information after the press hearing.

Update by Aggie Reiter