A Fantastic Woman

2018 Academy Award Winner - Best Foreign Language Film

A Prayer Before Dawn

An English boxer in the hell of a thai prison. Based on a true story

Adigzsi, the Tuvan shaman - by Éva Kanalas

On 29th of September at 7 pm

Aurora Borealis - Northern Light

“If you want to tell the truth, honesty is not enough.”

Balaton - On the Shore of The Hungarian Sea

Látványos magyar természetfilm a Balaton természeti csodáiról


A tale of powerful womanhood and resistance against the cruelty of a hell on earth

Call Me by Your Name

Luca Guadagnino's movie - Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay: James Ivory




Történet a kietlen Dobrudzsából, ahol "a törvény csupán távoli és absztrakt fogalom”

Ernelláék Farkaséknál (with English subtitles)

in Hungarian with English subtitles


Szürreális történet az Izraelt védő fiatalokról. Arany Oroszlán-díj 2017

Frankenstein I. by Mary Shelley

Theatre performance from the National Theatre, 15th November at 7pm

Get Out

Egy fehér lány bemutatja otthon a fekete fiúját, és úgy tűnik, minden rendben, de nagyon nem...

Happy End

Snapshot about a life of a middle class family

Hitler vs Picasso and The Others – The Nazi Obsession for Art

A stunning documentary - screenings from May 24 on

I Am Not A Witch

BAFTA-winning first feature

I, Tonya

Film Tonya Hardingról, a szegény származású szupertehetséges műkorcsolyázóról és tettéről

In the Fade

Germany. Katja, her son and his Turkish husband dead in an explosion.

Loving Pablo

A passionate love story from the world's most famous drug dealer

On Body and Soul

Enyedi Ildikó Oscar-díjra jelölt filmje nyáron is műsoron!

ÖN-TÉR-KÉP - a magyar nemzet lelkiállapota I.-II.

Jelenczki István dokumentumfilmje


Naomi Kawase's latest movie - in Japanese

Ramen Shop

A young Japanese chef finds the old secrets of his family in Singapore


Biography film from Viktor Coj, who was a famous Soviet rock and roll musician

Sunny Side

Sweedish comedy in Hungarian

Sunset - Pre-premiere

New film from the Oscar-winner director, László Nemes Jeles

The Divine Order

A film about a suisse woman who started campaigning for women's voting rights

The Great Beauty

Stories about the elit of Rome by Paolo Sorrentino

The Next Guardian

The Documentary shows a portrait of a Bhutanese family

You Were Never Really Here

Very hard film from a female director

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