The Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center opens its gates to multiart activities in the new year: pop-up events of literature, music, and film will await art-lovers in January, February, and March with no admission fee.
Friday, January 27, 2017
6 PM: Film screening: It’s Not the Time of My Life (in original language with English subtitles)
Four parents, 2 children, one flat and 2 days, all this is taking place between the players, interspersed with fierce conflicts. Szabolcs Hajdu twice the Crystal Globe-winning film minimal budget, made his own home from friends favors, based on previous plays, with help of his college students. It’s Not the Time of My Life after the success achieved in Karlovy Vary is not only the world, but for the home cinema halls, clubs and film screenings apartment also has produced extraordinary, highlighting their own life situations can be much more interesting than any action movie.
Post-screening discussion with the director, Szabolcs Hajdu and actress Orsolya Török (in Hungarian)
8:30 PM: Barabás Lőrinc Live Act
The most refined flight on the wings of the sound of a brilliant jazz trumpet and a kicking loop station by Lőrinc Barabás. More about the artist: www.barabaslorinc.com/
Saturday, February 18, 2017
6 PM: The Citizen / Screening
Original language with English subtitles.
Guests: Roland Vranik (director), Dr. Cake-Baly Marcel (actor)
Award-winning Hungarian director Roland Vranik’s third feature film considers the many nuances of integration through the means of an unorthodox love story »The Citizen« follows Wilson, who, after losing his entire family to the horrors of war and making the perilous journey to Europe as a political refugee, settles for a sedate life as a security guard in a Budapest shopping center. However, Wilson is driven by a quest: to become a model Hungarian citizen and to do so at any cost.
With a script co-written by the acclaimed writer and fellow Hungarian Iván Szabó, »The Citizen« poignantly dwells on some of the most complex issues of modern society. With Spartan use of technology, a naturalistic and pared-down mise-en-scene and by employing mostly unprofessional actors, director Roland Vranik emphasizes the complexity of human emotion and lets the universal vulnerability of the heart mirror the equally universal vulnerability of humanity.
Friday, March 17, 2017
6 PM: Soul Exodus / Screening and talking
Guest: Csaba Bereczki (director)
Friday, March 17, 2017
8:30 PM: IAMYANK: DRONES / concert
More info about the artist: https://soundcloud.com/iamyank