Post Mortem

If there’s something strange wandering the grounds of your typical 1918 Hungerian village, who you gonna call? Ghostbuster Tomás, using science to keep the dead where they belong… Director Péter Bergendy wrote his thesis on horror film psychology and uses all the dirty tricks in the book. Let that be a warning.

X – THE EXPLOITED

Since her husband killed himself, police detective Eva no longer visits the crime scenes. She prefers studying them through pictures but even then, she discovers things that others fail to see. Looking into a number of apparent suicides that have been quickly filed away, she tracks down a serial killer who wages a guerrilla war… Continue reading X – THE EXPLOITED

Árpád Sopsits

Arpad Sopsits graduated in adult education and library studies at the Debrecen Teachers’ Training Institute. He studied film and television directing at the Hungarian Academy of Theatre and Film Art between 1975 and 1980. Sopsits wrote scripts for many years and worked as a director’s assistant. His first feature film Shooting Gallery was made in… Continue reading Árpád Sopsits

Isti Madarász

Born in 1976 in Miskolc, Hungary. Isti Madarász has been making films since his high school years. Each of his early films won several awards at different film festivals and was first noticed at the Hungarian Film Week in 2001 with his independent and self-produced short comedy Moral Bypass. In 2007 his self-written time-travel short… Continue reading Isti Madarász

STRANGLED

1960ties Hungary was not really a fun place to live. The country was recovering from the 1956 uprising and the communist government cracked down heavily on any form of dissent. When a particularly violent murder is committed in the small provincial town of Martfü, people are reluctant to talk and the police have every interest… Continue reading STRANGLED

THE WHITE KING

When you are twelve years old, you like to play games, go on a pick nick with your parents and enjoy those precious times without hesitation. But when you’re living in a dystopian future that resembles a lot like a version of capitalist communism, you know that those moments will not last long. Djata gets… Continue reading THE WHITE KING

LOOP by Isit Madarász

Wanting to bypass your employer when you’re in the business of controlled substances, is already a bad idea. When Adam discovers that Anna, his girlfriend and partner in crime, is expecting a child, our gallant knight doesn’t postpone his suicide mission for another nine months. He decides to finish the job on his own. Even… Continue reading LOOP by Isit Madarász

EXTINCTION

For nine years, Patrick, Jack and his daughter Lu have survived the zombie apocalypse by hiding in the snowed-in town of Harmony. The monsters seem to have disappeared and there’s no sign of other survivors, but the constant fear for the unknown weighs heavily on the trio. When Patrick is out looking for food, he… Continue reading EXTINCTION

Karoly Ujj Meszaros

Hungarian director Károly Ujj Mészáros (Keszthely, 1968°) has a university degree in economics. He works as a commercial director and producer. Over the last 6 years he has made 10 short films that won 11 awards at 34 national and international short film festivals. As one of the busiest commercial directors in Hungary, he has… Continue reading Karoly Ujj Meszaros

LIZA THE FOX-FAIRY

Ever since she was twelve, Liza takes care of Martha, the demanding widow of Japan’s ambassador to Hungary. Lia feels trapped, but on her thirtieth birthday she’s allowed to go on a blind date in her favorite hamburger restaurant. During her absence, the ghost of Toni Tani, a Japanese pop idol from the seventies and… Continue reading LIZA THE FOX-FAIRY