The Midnight program is a traditional one at the CineFest. In the last years bloody action movies, horrors and thrillers gave us chills after 11 PM – that is, the Festival offered age restricted movies. This year only one film is screened in this category, and a much-awaited one. On the 19th of September, in the Pressburger room the legendary John Rambo, impersonated by the forever-fit Sylvester Stallone, returns for the fifth time to the screen. It is the last episode of the series that started in 1982. This time the Vietnam veteran who knows no fear is fighting against
For the first time, the annual meeting of the FIPRESCI, the International Federation of Film Critics, is held in Hungary
The International Federation of Film Critics [FIPRESCI] holds its annual meeting in Hungary for the first time ever.
On September 17 (Tuesday) the Mr. Jones starts at 11:15 PM in the Uránia. At the same time Léo Major – The One-Eyed Phantom is screened in the Pressburger room. On September 20 at 9:30 PM the gala screening of Pavarotti is held in the Zukor room. Pavarotti’s widow, Nicoletta Mantovani will be present at the screening. On the same day, The Realm starts at 3 PM in the Uránia.
The second day of the Festival holds out great promises in terms of good movies. The Souvenir has been a great success at the Sundance and the Berlinale, while The Lighthouse with Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson impressed the audience and the critics in Cannes. Let’s see the program in details!
Once again, the CineFest Miskolc International Film Festival brings the most important films of the year to Hungary. The first day of the Festival comes with several exciting movies – and all screenings, except for the opening and closing gala, are free of charge and opened to the public!
The Historical Collection of the Ottó Herman Museum ‘debuts’ at the CineFest Miskolc International Film festival this year. The museum holds an exhibition of selected unique movie posters from its own collection under the title “Better than the movie”.
One of the characters in the new documentary by the Hungarian HBO ‘How Far the Stars’ is Tim Ries, the legendary saxophonist of The Rolling Stones. The jazz musician participates at the premiere of the film in the CineFest Miskolc International Film Festival.