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SOUL EXODUS – Premier Pre-screening – Budapest – 2016.

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SOUL EXODUS – PREMIER PRE-SCREENING AND AUDIENCE MEETING

Monday, October, 10. 2016.

Uránia National Movie Theater – Ceremonial Hall

District, VIII., 21. Rákóczi Road – Budapest

8 p.m. – 10 p.m.

The Nazaroff Brothers, five American klezmer musicians produced a musical documentary on their world tour. This will be presented across the country before the mid-December. However, before  the nationwide premiere, the film will be presented for the first time at the Urania National Film Theater in Budapest!

The Band decided to explore Eastern European roots. Hitting the road in order to find the origins of their music, and  to learn about themselves, the past of their parents and their Jewish grandparents. A kind of reverse exodus journey from The West to The East … from New York to Paris, then on the road to Berlin, Budapest, Oradea and onwards further ahead.

After the screening  there will be an opportunity in a conversation with the audience by the director Csaba Bereczki. 

Prices of the movie ticket: 1400HUF adult ticket and 1000HUF  for students, pensioners and teachers. Mind you, can only get a student, pensioner or teacher discount ticket at the time of buying the ticket at the cash desk.

The tickets are available on the spot at the cash desk.

Update by Aggie Reiter

 

The 1st European Art Cinema Day – Budapest 2016.

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 Having true love and a burning passion for films then it is your place to be!

 7 p.m. –  October, 9.2016.

Uránia National Movie Theater

District, VIII., 21. Rákóczi Road – Budapest

European Art Cinema Day is a major cinema event organized by CICAE (International Confederation of Art Cinemas), and it is now held for the first time. It takes place in more than a thousand European cinemas. Within these programs are included previews, children’s films and historical classics. With the coming up a wide variety of guests, special events and exhibitions, the program will be as diverse as European Art Cinema itself. In the future the European Art Cinema Day will take place each year during the Fall.

Finland meets Hungary! In several Hungarian cinemas during the European Art Cinema Day will be on-screen “The Happiest Day In The Life Of Olli Mäki” by  Juho Kuosmanen. It is Finland’s official Oscar nominee for 2017.  At the end of the movie will be followed by two Finnish short films. The evening continues with a Finnish theme and interesting discussions. The film has been awarded several times already including at the Cannes Festival, and it is one of the most talked about Finnish films at the moment.  The Happiest Day In The Life Of Olli Mäki is screened in the original language (Finnish, partly in English) and subtitled in Hungarian. The discussion will be held in English.

In Budapest at the Urania – National Movie Theater beside the Finnish film the will be focusing on two other new award-winning European films which the audience can see the two of them before the premier. “Graduation” by Cristian Mungiu and  “Toni Erdmann” by Maren Ade. Screening will take place in 9 Budapest’s Cinemas and at 17 other movie theaters around the country.

To-day the cinemas and film festivals are both commercial establishments, furthermore important cultural pillars in their cities and countries. Mostly, they are the perfect backdrop for encounters with new works of art and for debates with filmmakers.

The event is organized by the Hungarian Association of Cinema Art.

Update Aggie Reiter