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Screen
Blanka Elkes & Anna Franklin

  • Film law, new studio to feed Hungary's international ambitions

    4-Feb-2004

    Following the boost given to the local industry with a new film law passed in December, this September will see the opening of Hungary's most advanced film studio - which will boast Central Europe's largest sound stage.
  • E. European successes - though budgets poles apart

    13-Mar-2002

    After just five weeks on release, a low-budget Hungarian comedy has out-performed all of last year's local films at the box office. Meanwhile, in neighbouring Ukraine, a local production outfit is preparing to release the most expensive film in the country's history.

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