Accompanying programmes

10 May, Thursday
11:00 Children’s festival
Vilmos Zsigmond Screen
11:00 Q&A with film makers, critics and the audience
Conversation with the artists of films screened the day before
Lead by András Vágvölgyi B, writer, director
Béla Balázs Screen
20.30 Hungarian Favourites
The Whisky Robber
Hungary 126' 2017
Béla Balázs Screen
23:00 C-wosh & Funk Crew
Gin Tonic Club, Wesselényi Street 6, Szeged
On the whole day
Exhibition of Visonteam and Special Group Hungary with film eqipments
Vaszy Viktor Square and foyer of Belvárosi Cinema
On the whole day
Super 8mm – Past, Present, Future!
Exhibition of Szilárd Szokol’s collection
Entrance hall of Belvárosi Cinema and Béla Balázs Screen
11 May, Friday
10:00 James Chressanthis’ workshop
Béla Balázs Screen
11:00 Children’s festival
Vilmos Zsigmond Screen
12:00 Q&A with film makers, critics and the audience
Conversation with the artists of films screened the day before
Lead by Ákos Varga
Béla Balázs Screen
18.00 Oscar and near Oscar
József Csőke Screen
19.00 Hungarian Favourites
Kincsem
Hungarian 121' 2017
Béla Balázs Screen
23:30 Show Me zenekar | Show Me Band
Gin Tonic Club, Wesselényi Street 6, Szeged
On the whole day
Exhibition of Visonteam and Special Group Hungary with film eqipments
Vaszy Viktor Square and foyer of Belvárosi Cinema
On the whole day
Super 8mm – Past, Present, Future!
Exhibition of Szilárd Szokol’s collection
Entrance hall of Belvárosi Cinema and Béla Balázs Screen
Exhibitions during the festival
Exhibition of Visonteam and Special Group Hungary with film eqipments
Vaszy Viktor Square and foyer of Belvárosi Cinema
Super 8mm – Past, Present, Future!
Exhibition of Szilárd Szokol’s collection
Super 8 cine-film format and the way of making home videos before the age of digitalisation has a revival in these days. It is manifest as bakelite in music industry. Celluloid teach us all about film making as it induces respect for filming and requires accurate considering. It opens the eyes for a special view that were not visible without a camera. You must not forget – the greatest cinematographers and directors included Vilmos Zsigmond, Miklós Jancsó, Spielberg and Tarantino started their career with super 8 film format. Szilárd Szokol has collected relics of cine-film for eighteen years. Projectors, cameras, films, film editors, cutting mashines, cinema screens, his collection includes everything related to super 8 mm film technology. Items displayed in exhibition now are only a tiny proportion of the rarities received from here and there, collected from friends or bought in flea markets over years and years. Photos of the exhibition are made by Balázs Zoltán Tóth in 2010-2011.
Entrance hall of Belvárosi Cinema and Béla Balázs Screen