Film Screening

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
  This series introduces you to the Hungarian literature, history and cinema with famous film adaptations of Hungarian classic and
Documentary films of some countries where CEU students are from. The selected films, connecting to the topic of Cultural Heritage Days 2011,
KONTROLL (Hungarian with English subtitles, 107 min, dir. by Nimród Antal) Hungarian (everyday and not everyday) "metró"-life. Underground inspectors
Pupilija, papa Pupilo and the Pupilceks - ReconstructionReconstruction of the performance by Theatre Pupilija Ferkeverk from 1969 (Reconstructed and
(Eighth Day Theatre / Teater Åttonde Dagen, 1992, written and directed by Joanna Helander and Bo Persson, in Swedish, with English subtitles) The
Tadeusz Kantor: The Dead Class (Teatr Cricot 2 in Krzysztofory Gallery in Krakow, 1976, with English subtitles, 72 min, directed by Andrzej Wajda)
Monday, September 27, 8 PM AuditoriumSzerelem / Love (directed by Károly Makk, 1971, 58 mins)Károly Makk tells the story of a young Hungarian woman