The event is providing a sum up of the Magyar films produced in the past year, while displaying the variety and the spirituality of the Magyar contemporary cinema.
Against this background, a significant focus will be on young directors, with their awarded movies being screened to reconfirm the cultural value of the Magyar filmmaking. As the year of 2015 is marking a successful century of the Magyar animation, Balassi Institute will offer a wide range of animation events: movie screenings, workshops, live animation, an exhibition and an improvisation jazz concert.
The Magyar Film Week will take place this year at the Romanian Peasant Museum, Horia Bernea Studio (3 Monetăriei street). Films have Romanian and English subtitle. Free access.
The event program at-length is available at http://www.ccu.ro.