Film Screening

09/27/2011
In May 2011, twenty young creative people from across Europe met for the first time in Garikula, Georgia. Some of them had never made a fi­lm before
09/20/2011
  This series introduces you to the Hungarian literature, history and cinema with famous film adaptations of Hungarian classic and
09/17/2011
Documentary films of some countries where CEU students are from. The selected films, connecting to the topic of Cultural Heritage Days 2011,
09/07/2011
KONTROLL (Hungarian with English subtitles, 107 min, dir. by Nimród Antal) Hungarian (everyday and not everyday) "metró"-life. Underground inspectors
02/23/2011
Pupilija, papa Pupilo and the Pupilceks - ReconstructionReconstruction of the performance by Theatre Pupilija Ferkeverk from 1969 (Reconstructed and
02/09/2011
(Eighth Day Theatre / Teater Åttonde Dagen, 1992, written and directed by Joanna Helander and Bo Persson, in Swedish, with English subtitles) The
02/02/2011
Tadeusz Kantor: The Dead Class (Teatr Cricot 2 in Krzysztofory Gallery in Krakow, 1976, with English subtitles, 72 min, directed by Andrzej Wajda)
09/27/2010
Monday, September 27, 8 PM AuditoriumSzerelem / Love (directed by Károly Makk, 1971, 58 mins)Károly Makk tells the story of a young Hungarian woman