The 36th edition of theHungarian Film Week will kick off on February 2 with the screening of directorRobert Pejo's Berlinale Forum contender Dallas Pashamente.

The Film Week's competitionprogram will feature twenty-one Hungarian productions, ten of which havealready been released theatrically in the country. The remaining eleven will bepremieres.

The program includes MartaMeszaros' The Unburied Dead, Attila Arpa's local hit Argo as wellas new films from Peter Timar, Andras Szoke, Attila Mispal, Zsombor Dyga andJozsef Pacskovszky. World renowned DoP Elemer Ragalyi's directorial debut Csudafilmwill also feature in the competition program.

Another DoP turned directorwill also have his first feature premiere at the Hungarian Film Week, LajosKoltai's Fateless based on Imre Kertesz's Nobel-prize winning novel ofthe same name, will close the event on February 8.

Istvan Szabo's BeingJulia will feature in the festival's informative section.

Forty-two documentaries willalso be presented February 1-3 as well as twenty-six shorts and tenexperimental productions.