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Immortality

Hungary, 1959 (MIFF 1963)

Director: Miklós Jancsó

This film was made in memory of the noted Hungarian sculptor, Gyorgy Goldmann. Award: Best Art-film, San Francisco Festival.

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THE ROUND-UP

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CANTATA

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ELEKTREIA

Elektreia is based on a play by Laszlo Gyurko that has been playing continuously in Budapest for the past five years. It is adapted from the Greek original, and Jancsd has freely changed the ... More »

SILENCE AND CRY

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SILENCE AND CRY

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MY WAY HOME

This film was made by Miklds Jancso in 1964. before his early masterpiece, The Round-up; and he has said that My Way Home is autobiographical in feeling, if not in fact. It is set in the spring of ... More »

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