Laszlo Kovacs, a Hungarian cinematographer who fell in love with the American landscape on a cross-country bus ride and then used light, shadow and imagination to give visual shape to seminal films like “Easy Rider,”
Interview with Vilmos Zsigmond Cinematographer for Master and Disciples documentary series. Conversations about the profession of the Cinematographer… Zsigmond, who won an Oscar for his work on Spielberg’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)
University professor László Sziráki, a chemist, wants to make gold out of plastic – similarly to the alchemists of the old days – but hasn’t been successful with it yet. He meets an eccentric young girl named Eszténa, who is still a virgin…
In a large apartment in Hungary during the death throes of communism, obedient Andor lives with his eccentric mother, Rebeka, a once-celebrated stage actress-turned-recluse. After years of coexisting in a love-hate relationship marked by routine.
It’s not everyday that Hungary produces gay films, so when they do, you most certainly pay attention. Despite the name, Men in the Nude is not just about gay men; it’s about the places we find ourselves in life and how we never know how we’ll deal with them until we’re put there.
Turn-of-the-century Hungary. Two young brothers, neglected by their cold and uncaring mother, descend deeper and deeper into psychosis, with tragic consequences.