An exhibition on 120 years of Hungarian film-making opened in the Liszt Cultural Institute in Brussels on Wednesday.
Adrienne Buranyi, the head of the Liszt Institute, said the exhibition was presented in cooperation with the Belgian Royal Film Archive, and shows posters, costumes, props and other objects, as well as films.
György Ráduly, director of the National Film Institute and Archives, said the exhibition is a “summary” of the eponymous show opened in the Budapest Ludwig Museum last year. Parallel to the show, iconic and lesser-known Hungarian films are screened in Brussels’ Cinematek cinema, he said.
The exhibition will run until June 17.