Piroska Molnár receives Lifetime Achievement Award at the 18th CineFest Miskolc International Film Festival! The Kossuth Prize and Jászai Mari Prize-winning Hungarian actress will receive the award at the opening gala of CineFest on Friday 9 September. Piroska Molnár will also personally attend the world premiere of the documentary on Hungarian dubbing, Magyar hangja…, which will take place on Saturday 10 September at CineFest in the CINEDOCS competition program.

7 July 2022 12:54

Two Cannes award-winning feature films have been invited to the 18th CineFest Miskolc International Film Festival. The Festival will take place this year from 9-17 September. The Holy Spider won the Best Actress award at the world’s most prestigious film festival, while Boy from Heaven won Best Screenplay. Both films will have their Hungarian premiere at CineFest.

26 May 2022 23:20

At the age of 90, Lívia Gyarmathy, Kossuth and Béla Balázs Prize-winning film director, a master of Hungarian cinema, and CineFest’s Lifetime Achievement Award winner, passed away.

18 September 2021 18:30

This afternoon the winners of the 17th CineFest Miskolc International Film Festival were announced at the closing and award ceremony of the Festival. Here is the list of the winners, the prize and the laudation of the jury:

18 September 2021 08:48

The last day of the festival reveals not only the winners but Academy Awrad nominee Ildikó Enyedi’s newest film as well.

17 September 2021 08:46

It is day before the last and we have a Hungarian premiere again! Also, the controversial Palme d’Or winner that has a good chance to win Oscar comes to the CineFest, accompanied by the filmmakers.

16 September 2021 15:46

The legendary Polish film director Krzysztof Kieślowski (1941-1996) died 25 years ago.

16 September 2021 07:47

On day 7. (Thursday) we have an Academy Award nominee in the competition program, but there are other movies to pay attention to as well.

15 September 2021 07:05

Day 6 of the CineFest brings films from the Berlin International Film Festival. One of them, the Romanian movie, is the winner of the Golden Bear of 2021. Today we will learn how the Hungarian audience takes this controversial, overly sarcastic film.

14 September 2021 09:12

Day 5 of the Festival offers two hits from Cannes: one starring Matt Damon, who tries to save his daughter, an another starring Alicia Vikander, who tries to save her marriage.