This week’s film is Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (2011, dir. Stephen Daldry).
The 5th Zsigmond Vilmos International Film Festival will get under way in Szeged, in southern Hungary, next Monday, the festival’s director told a press conference.
The 2nd Térey Book Festival in Debrecen starts on Tuesday. On the first day of the event, which runs until September 18, János Térey, born in Debrecen, will be commemorated, the poet’s youth will be revived by a walking theater, and an exhibition commemorating Szilárd Borbély will be opened at the book festival.
The best film award went to Fruzsina Skrabski’s film Traumáinkon innen és túl at the Kiez Berlin Film Festival in the “Health and Medicine” category.
Only once in almost 100 years, the two valuable sarcophagi that arrived in our city with the Déri collection in May 1925 left the border of Debrecen for only one day.
Béla Bartók’s handwritten letters to the legendary violinist Zoltán Székely, who led the Hungarian Quartet, have been deposited with the Bartók Archive at the Institute of Musicology (BTK) in Budapest.
Faculty of Music of the UD hosted Young Musicians’ Summer Academy for the twentieth time this year. There were as many as 170 participants from sixteen different countries at the traditional music course event, which was crowned with several concerts performed by Zoltán Kodály World Youth Orchestra.
French actor and producer, Jean-Paul Belmondo died at the age of eighty-eight. His death was announced by his lawyer, Telex writes.
A unique international exhibition will soon open at Modem with the title: “Paris Abstracts. Abstraction-Création. Kandinsky, Helion, Calder, Moholy-the Great… ”
After the forced break caused by the coronavirus epidemic, the festive book week will be held again in Debrecen: the Csapó street pedestrian zone will host the celebration with an easier motto with the Book on September 1-5. the organizers announced at a press conference at the Melius Library.