Ulrich Gregor will chair the feature film jury of the 38th Hungarian Film Week (HFW), which begins today.

Gregor is a film critic and the co-founder and chairman of Freunde der Deutschen Kinemathek. The jury also includes Ellis Driessen, head of Holland Film Meeting and the Netherlands Production Platform; Screen International's US editor Mike Goodridge; Hungarian director Ildiko Enyedi; and Inforg Studio producer Andras Muhi.

The international jury will give award the best art film and the best 'entertainment' film at the annual showcase of recent Hungarian cinematography.

'The aim of the duplication of the main award is to put an end to the artificially heated opposition between the concepts of entertainment feature and art feature,' HFW board chairman Attila Janisch said in a press release.

Foreign critics will pick the winner of the Gene Moskowitz Award, which will be presented with the other awards at the closing ceremony Feb 6.

This year's installment opens with Noah's Ark from director Pal Sandor, one of 17 features in competition. Altogether 95 movies will screen in the competition programs and 220 films will be shown out of competition.

This year's event is dedicated to the memory of Hungarian filmmaker Zoltan Fabri.