Film Screening

  Screenings of documentaries made by CEU students, and discussion with them, moderated by Jeremy Braverman, Visual & Media Education
A special, best of screening of the Friss Hús Budapest International Short Film Festival. Symphony no. 42 (dir. Réka Bucsi, 2014, 10', animation)
Are you interested in how CEU students see Hungary? We have selected some short (5-10 min) documentaries about Hungarian people, present and past as
THE EXECUTION (2014, 14 min, directed by Petra Szőcs). Selected for the Short Film Competition of the 67th Cannes Film Festival, The Execution
‘We Don’t Stay in Camps’ and ‘Water’ are two short ethnographic documentaries profiling the recent arrival of innumerable Syrian a distinct ethnicity
80 Million (drama, 2011, in Polish with English subtitles, 102 min., dir. Waldemar Krzystek)   Based on real events, 80 Million is a punchy
Pupendo (drama, 2003, in Czech with English subtitles, directed by Jan Hrebejk)   A bittersweet comedy set just prior to 1984, during the era of
Little Rose (drama, 2010, in Polish with English subtitles, 118 min., dir.: Jan Kidawa-Błoński) Pressured by his superiors to disgrace public