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Pocket edition - 2021


November the 6th, 2021.


Bem Mozi
Budapest, Margit körút 5, 1027 Hungary.

  • A földönkívüli / The Extraterrestrial

    Rendezte / Directed by: Breier Ádám

    Duration: 11 min.

    Magyar és spanyol nyelven, angol felirattal. / In Spanish and Hungarian with English Subtitles.

    The Extraterrestrial The film deals with the topic of being an outsider - through the meeting of a documentary filmmaker (Ádám Breier) and a Cuban, who moved back to his “own planet” after having lived 7 years in the United States, leaving his family behind. Breier made the film while he was studying in the Cuban EICTV (Escuela Internacional de Cine y Televisión de San Antonio de los Banos). The film participated in the Festival Icarón (Guatemala), Lakino Festival (Berlin) and Corto Circuito Film Festival (New York).

  • Havanna, csak oda / Havana, one way

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    Rendezte / Directed by: Breier Ádám

    Duration: 52 min.

    Magyar és spanyol nyelven, angol felirattal. / In Spanish and Hungarian with English Subtitles.

    In Hungary Socialism lasted for 40 years. In Cuba the revolution has been on for 56 years. Somehow three Hungarian ladies, Iren, Agnes and Zsuzsa have been living under the Communist regime for more than 70 years. What do they think about the changes of today’s Cuba? Although life has never been easy in Cuba, since the fall of the Soviet block it has been even harder. Since 2012 there have been reforms and a new way of opening. Our film examines these changes through the eyes of the Hungarian diaspora living in the Island.

  • Los Reyes

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    Rendezte / Directed by: Betina Perut & Iván Osnovikoff.

    Duration: 75 min.

    Spanyol nyelven, magyar és angol felirattal. / In Spanish with English and Hungarian subtiitles.

    A magical documentary about two charismatic dogs, Chola and Football, who live in a skate park in Santiago, Chile. The park brings together teenagers from all different social and cultural backgrounds. LOS REYES shows us their world — the human world — from Chola and Football’s perspective. We hear stories of adolescence, of loves and romances, of school, and the pains of growing up. Hailed as “a doggone low-key crowdpleaser” (Hollywood Reporter) and “a beautiful film… that immerses us in a sense of life lived at the languid pace of an afternoon daydream” (The New York Times), LOS REYES is one of the most charming and original documentaries you’ll ever see.