Film Screening

As part of the CEU Orientation Week, the Center for Arts and Culture would like to introduce you to Budapest / Hungary with a recent sketch-movie,
Film screening, discussion with the producer, writer and director , John Swanson Where is one’s true home? For Elsa Koch and her circle of friends
(1981, 114 min, Polish with English Subtitles)Witek runs after a train. Three variations follow on how such a seemingly banal incident could
New Wave and Neo-Avantgarde Cinema Film Club presents: Jan Švankmajer, the Czech surrealist animator
New Wave and Neo-Avantgarde Cinema Film Club presents:7x7 Facts about the Present Life of the Poet Tohm di Roes (Tohm di Roes, 1983, 17’)Little Angel
Next screening of the New Wave and Neo-Avantgarde Cinema Film Club featuring Hungarian films. introduced by Gábor Klaniczay (Department of Medieval
director: Miklós Erdély (Hungarian experimental movie, 1979, 51 mins)The Hungarian experimental filmmaker Miklós Erdély made the film in 1979, based
director: Gábor Bódy, 1975, Hungarian with English subtitlesintroduced by: Gábor Klaniczay (Department of Medieval Studies, CEU)Edinburgh