Grand Budapest Film Festival, Puskin, 17 – 18 January

  • 11 Jan 2019 11:48 AM
Grand Budapest Film Festival, Puskin, 17 – 18 January
The Grand Budapest Film Festival is a young and ambitious 2-day annual event dedicated to independent filmmaking from all around the world.

Organized by a team of filmmakers and producers, the festival aims to create the most worthwhile and memorable cinematic experiences for both the filmmakers and the attending audiences.

Every year, this is the celebration of independent cinema in the heart of lively Budapest. Puskin Mozi, one of the city’s oldest art cinemas provides a perfect venue for our event, created for the culture-loving, cinephile, international crowd of the city.

The festival’s aim is to provide a platform for filmmakers who don’t necessarily have a large budget, but a vision and an important story to tell.

The films will be screened in English or with English subtitles. 

Day 1

Sophia
Waiting Room
29
Her Story
Case of The Massey Bodice Ripping
Blue Breath

Day 2

Tramps
Strange guests
Nuclear Shadows
Bulbul
Telephone
Sexellence
Emma
The Rolling Ground

Screening starts at 8 pm.

The event is free of charge. Pick up your free tickets from 16 January at the ticket office at Puskin Cinema. 
 

Venue: 
Puskin Art Cinema
1053 Budapest, Kossuth Lajos u. 18.

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