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Hungarian film art during the berlinale

Hungarian film art during the berlinale Film as fine art WITH ULRICH GREGOR ISTVAN SZABO UDO KIER

Collegium Hungaricum Berlin

Dorotheenstr. 12, 10117 Berlin-Mitte

5 pm

CINEMA TOTAL - Street Screening

Géza M. Tóth: ERGO

For the first time on a 8x6 meter projection

screen: CHB displays its show-window to Berlin.

By the occasion of this street-screening presentation we project the newest animation film of Oscar-Price nominnee Géza M. Tóth.

6.30 pm

exhibition OPENING

Cinema Total Berlin Edition

Film as fine art





Gábor Bódy was probably the first to express (in the seventies) that the main challenge to the film maker is to eliberate the medium cinema from the terrain of industrial happining. But what is beyond cinema? - the astonishing richness of „total cinema". Hungarian film supplies many instances for such cinematographic border cases.

The exhibition of Collegium Hungaricum Berlin's Moholy-Nagy Gallery presents an installation from sequences of films by Bódy, Huszárik / János Tóth, Jeles, Kardos, Szaladják, Szemz and Pálfi.

Afterwards reception of CHB and Magyar Filmunió (Hungarian Film Union) by the occasion of the Berlinale.

8 pm


Berliner Premiere from Milky Way, ambient film by Benedek Fliegauf

Gold Leopard Award 2007, Locarno.

10 pm


Vocal mix for two HANG (Voice) instruments and for piano

by Tivadar Nemesi and László Moldvai

Curators of the exhibition:

Dr. Klára Muhi, Dr. Veronika Baksa-Soós

Further screenings of Milky Way in CHB:

16th, 20th and 26th of February 6 pm


14-28  February 2008

Opening times:

Mon-Fri 10 am - 8 pm, Sat+Sun 2 pm - 8 pm


Collegium Hungaricum Berlin

Dorotheenstr. 12, 10117 Berlin

With the kindly support of

the Hungarian Motion Picture Foundation an the Hungarian Film Union.

Ágnes Gelencsér

Collegium Hungaricum Berlin

Dorotheenstr. 12 • 10117 Berlin

Tel.: +49-30-212-3400 (Zentrale)

Tel.: +49-30-212-340 460 (direkt)

Tel.: 00 49 179 70 13 812 (mobile)

Fax: +49-30-212 340 488 

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