Hungarian movies at the Black Nigh Film Festival between 15th November and 1st December in many cinemas across Estonia!

 

The international A-category Black Night Film Festival is screening multiple Hungarian movies this year again and Zoltán Nagy’s On the Quiet will debut internationally here as well. The program features the following Hungarian movies:

 

Szép csendben poszterOn the Quiet (international première!)
A coming-of-age story set in the contemporary Hungarian countryside, where teenager soloist Dávid decides to stand up for Nóri, 13, a cellist in their youth orchestra who is having a suspiciously close relationship with their 60-year-old conductor. While looking for the truth, Dávid's life soon starts to spiral out of control as he faces tough decisions and the adult society's negligence.


Zoltán Nagy, director of the movie finished his MA studies in the class of Péter Gothár in the University of Theatre and Film Arts in Budapest. Zoltán Nagy made himself known already with his short film ‘Mildly Salty”, which was declared the best Hungarian short film of the year by the Hungarian Film Academy and has been screened in numerous international film festivals. “On the Quiet” is his first feature film. The script has won the main prize of the “MyFirst Script” workshop in the Zagreb Film Festival. Besides the director, producers Gábor Osváth and László Dreissinger will personally introduce the movie on 22nd November to the festival audience.


See the trailer, screening time and ticket purchase options at https://poff.ee/en/first_feature/on_the_quiet/!

 

FoMo poszterFoMo – Fear of Missing out
If you’re not online, you don’t even exist? Gergő and his teenage friends are into three things: partying, sex, and their online following. One night, at a party, Lilla falls victim to the boys. A dare gets out of hand and the youngsters’ world changes forever overnight.


FoMo, filled with hip music by young talented Hungarian bands like Mary PopKids, Fran Palermo, Deep Glaze and Hősök [Heroes], is a credible movie about those born during the turn of the millennium. It takes you through the youngsters every day life – and nightlife – that you haven’t seen yet in any other Hungarian movie.


See the trailer, screening times and ticket purchase options at https://www.justfilm.ee/en/movie/fomo/!

 

In the PÖFF Shorts, four other Hungarian movies will be introduced:
- Balázs Simonyi: Banality (trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2X2X9ik4318)
- Luca Tóth: Mr. Mare (trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=knvfboXGl9M)
- Peter Strickland: GU04 (teaser: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f031c56f_5E) – in the presence of producer Dóra Nedeczky!
- Ábel Regős: Tenants (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eLUQ1wLiOHU)

 

See the screening times and ticket purchase options at https://2019shorts.poff.ee/festival.

 

Tickets in limited amount with reduced fees available for Hungarian movies at the Institute! If you are interested, please send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .