Liszt Institute New York and Film Hungary presents: a film about Old Hollywood and the extraordinary Hungarian producers who helped build it.
Explore the early days of the Hollywood dream factory through rare archive footage and interviews with renowned cinematographers, directed by Sándor Takó and Tamás Kollarik, editors of the namesake book series.
Talking about the legacy of Adolph Zukor and William Fox, the film features Emmy Award-winning actress Marina Gera, Kossuth Prize-winning director Pál Sándor, József Fülöp, award-winning filmmaker and MOME rector, Gábor Gelencsér, film historian and head of the ELTE Department of Film Studies, and Botond Elekes, director of the Uránia Film Theatre. Oscar-winning filmmaker Ferenc Rófusz makes a special appearance.
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This production by FilmHungary and Liszt Institute New York celebrates the 100th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the United States and Hungary.
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