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Casablanca is here again on screen Pushkin cinema – Budapest and throughout Hungary – 2016.


After 70 years Kertész Mihály (Michael Curtiz) Oscar-winning film …


 returning to our days for the classy movie lovers.

Excellent image quality, digitally restored copy convey the story of one of the most superb, rememerable movie in history of classic film … Casablance (1942).

Cast:  Richard “Rick” Blaine: Humphrey Bogart, Ilsa Lund: Ingrid Bergman, Victor László: Paul Henreid, Louis Renault: Claude Rains, Ugarte: Peter Lorre, Heinrich Strasser: Conrad Veidt, Sam: Dooley Wilson, Carl: S.Z. Sakall, Senor Ferrari: Sydney Greenstreet, Yvonne: Madeleine LeBeau.

Kertész Mihály (1886–1962) – (Michael Curtiz) was a Hungarian-American film director. Casablanca is based on the novel written by Murray Burnett, Joan Alison. Casablanca in Spanish means: White House. The film takes the audience on the route to melodrama, thriller and adventure. Photography – Arthur Sweet, Editor – Owen Marks,  Music by  Max Steiner, and the most remembered song – As Time Goes By.

Casablanca from September, 22. Pushkin Cinema – Budapest and onwards throughout the country’s major Cinemas.

Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman unforgettable art classy film  once was screened converted the original language in Hungarian. For many was unforgettable by András Kern’s interpretations. This time will be screened int he original language with Hungarian subtitles. Numerous locations throughout the country will be screened and most probably with full seats by the ones who saw it  before or just heard about it as a cult film. It will be screened at cities: Szeged, Pécs, Szolnok, Miskolc, Kaposvár, thanks to the Pannonia Entertainment.

Tickets  at the cinemas ticket office on the spot.

Update Aggie Reiter

Hieronymus Bosch’s “The Garden of Earthly Delights” – premiere screening in Hungary


Urania National Film Theater

District, VIII.  21. Rákóczi Rd. – Budapest

Hieronymus Bosch’s “The Garden of Earthly Delights” stands indeed as one of the greatest masterpieces of the Northern Renaissance. It displays unusual relationships to Buddhist and Tantric art, but do not wish to tell you the contents of the whole film than rather to bring the attention to the forthcoming premiere in Budapest. Enter into the world on a virtual tour of Hieronymus Bosch’s Bewildering Masterpiece „The Garden of Earthly Delights”. It is often also called Paradise on Earth. The documentary  is marking the 500th anniversary of the death of Hieronimus Bosch

The premiere to be screened on 1st of September, 2016 at 6.30 p.m. at the Urania National Film Theater’s Grand Hall.

Ticket already available on the spot at the ticket office.

The 90-minute film can be enjoyed by the English-speaking audience and for the locals with Hungarian subtitles.

In a nutshell of what to expect … The strange, painful and scaring bizarre shapes filled with dreamlike paintings of famous Flemish painter – Hieronymus Bosch art history and perhaps the most controversial figure of sense in most ways. Surely makes your mind investigate! Works of the symbolic figures and objects in a complex, original and imaginative iconography are parts of which interpretation is shrouded to this day. His art and his human weaknesses and sins whipping, inimitable portrayal of long hundreds of years into the background, and later became a prominent 20th-century surrealism stimulus. Very little known about his lifetime but only precise date, is known of the 500 years ago lived genius … buried on August,9. 1516.

A number of other majority county capitals across the country will be presenting Hieronymus Bosch’s “The Garden of Earthly Delights” distributed by  the Pannonia Entertainment.

A list of the screening venues can be reached on FB in Hungarian language, but the list of cities are shown at

Update Aggie Reiter