This year’s 14th Hungarian Film Festival Of Los Angeles (HFFLA) presented by Bunyik Entertainment marks the centenary of Hungarian animation and the 70th anniversary of the Holocaust.

Hungarian-born film and television director Peter Medak, whose credits include his 1972 comedy The Ruling Class starring Peter O’Toole (pictured), will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award.

Among the animation screenings will be Son Of The White Mare by Marcell Jankovics, Rabbit And Deer and Symphony #42.

The Holocaust remembrance will feature Swiss documentary Carl Lutz – Forgotten Hero, as well as The Last Mentsch from Germany, The Hungarian Cube from Israel and Regina from Hungary.

Scheduled attendees include director Denes Orosz and actor Sandor Csanyi with Coming Out, writer-director Mark Bodzsar with Heavenly Shift and Spymaster writer-director Agota Varga.

The festival is set to run in North Hollywood from November 14-20. For further details click here.