The Sehenswert Film Festival is organized for the 14th time this year by the Embassy of Switzerland, the Austrian Cultural Forum and the Goethe Institute between October 6 and 16. At the screenings, you can choose from German-language masterpieces, and this year’s program will include three high-quality co-productions as well, from the participating countries; the Fűző, Grosse Freiheit and Monte Verità. Furthermore, the Austrian documentary Alpenland will present the fascinating natural landscape spread across eight European countries (including, of course, Switzerland, Germany and Austria).
The center of gravity of the current selection is the world of strong women who fight for their rights and freedom: the opening film, Csodaszép, as well as Nico, Le Prince, Monte Verità and Fűző are about them. In some films, we are confronted with the difficulties that members of the LGBTIQ community and people with a migration background have to deal with in order to find their place in society (Nico, Toubab, Le Prince, Grosse Freiheit). And two of our films present personalities who have been searching for the possibility of a better social order throughout their lives (Kedves Thomas, Örökmozgó).
This year, as before, the festival will be organized in our partner cinemas in Budapest, Debrecen, Szeged and Pécs. After some of the films, there will again be a discussion with invited guests from the three countries or experts from Hungary – hopefully with just as much interest as in previous years.
Ticket prices: HUF 1,500
Location: Művész Art Cinema
Date: October 6-16
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Budapest, Művész Mozi, Teréz körút, MagyarországPrice
1500 Ft EUR