Az egzotikus-erotikus történet középpontjában Radjami indiai herceg áll, aki a mulató európaiak életét éli Párizsban – autóversenyekkel, flörtökkel, hajnalig tartó mulatságokkal. Ám hazája törvényei szerint hamarosan meg kell nősülnie, és el kell foglalnia “ősei trónját”. De közben beleszeret Odette Darimond-ba, az ünnepelt párizsi művésznőbe…
For escaped prisoner Maydan freedom is limited to the small platform of a heavy handcar and to railroad tracks that lead who knows where. The young man is bound to his means of transport by a heavy chain, nevertheless he loses neither hope nor his sense of humor. The film’s inventive pictorial treatment emphasizes the […]
The Smithsonian Folklife Festival has been held annually on the National Mall, situated between the Washington Monument and the Capitolium since 1967. It showcases folk art and heritage in an open air setting. Hungary has been offered the honor of participating as a guest of honor in 2013
Once upon a time, when only the gypsies could cry, lived a beautiful woman, Vunida, with her 13 children in extreme poverty. The film tells the story of her meeting with the devil. After Magda Szechy tale with music of Jozsef Olah and Parno Graszt. Pictures from Terez Orsos
Together with his friend and fellow student László Kovács, he chronicled the events of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution in Budapest on thirty thousand feet of film and then escaped to Austria shortly afterwards. He gained prominence after being hired by Robert Altman as cinematographer for McCabe & Mrs. Miller.
In 1945, he was accepted into the Academy of Drama and Film Art in Budapest, where students watched Western films surreptitiously. He was swept off his feet by “Citizen Kane,” saying it “changed my visual vocabulary.” In the uprising against the Communist regime in 1956, he and Mr. Zsigmond shot 30,000 feet of film […]