Eighteen films, including nine world premieres, will compete at the 39th Hungarian Film Week in Budapest Jan 29-Feb.
Among the most anticipated titles in the competition is the world premiere of Kornel Mundruczo's new film, Delta .
The director's 2002 film, Pleasant Days, won a Silver Leopard at Locarno for Best First or Second Feature Film. Film critics at the 37th Hungarian Film Week gave him the Best Director award for his film Johanna .
Four other world premieres in competition are first features: Girls (dir. Anna Faur); The Investigator (dir. Attila Gigor), Barhtalo! Good Luck! (dir. Robert Lakatos) and The Adventurers (dir. Bela Paczolay).
Other titles in competition are Off Hollywood , Szabolcs Hajdu's follow up to White Palms , and Benedek Fliegauf's Golden Leopard-winning film Milky Way .
Outside competition, the festival will screen three additional world premieres in special screenings: Song Of Lives (dir. Csaba Bereczky), Another Planet (dir. Ference Moldovanyi) and Own Death (dir. Peter Forgacs).
39th Hungarian Film Week competition titles
Tranquility (dir. Robert Alfoldi)
Mario The Magician (Tamas Almasi)
The Class (dir. Gabor Dettre)
Girls (dir. Anna Faur)
Milky Way (dir. Benedek Fliegauf)
The Investigator (dir. Attila Gigor)
Off Hollywood (dir. Szabolcs Hajdu)
The Train Keeps Rollin' (dir. Robert Koltai)
Barhtalo! Good Luck! (dir. Robert Lakatos)
Delta (dir. Kornel Mundruczo)
Nosedive (dir. Erik Novak)
The Adventurers (dir. Bela Paczolay)
Without Mercy -- In Memoriam DP (dir. Elemer Ragalyi)
The Sun Street Boys (dir. Gyorgy Szomjas)
Panic (Attila Till)
Casting (dir. Peter Timar)
The Hourglass (dir. Szabolcs Tolnai)
Overnight (dir. Ferenc Torok)