Friss Hús Best of 2016 Christmas

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Two teenage non-identical twin sisters meet a boy on a beautiful summer day at the lake, and the encounter acquaints them with sexuality, jealousy, and a very real anger. Their divergent responses contain a threat to their unity — and may mean the end of their adolescence. A coming-of-age-story in 9 minutes – Fanni Szilágyi’s film caught the attention of critics and quickly earned the acknowledgements it deserves. Amongst others, it won Best Short at Friss Hús Festival in 2015 and was selected for Toronto, Cottbus, Vilnius.

End of Puberty

The small events, interlaced by associations, express the irrational coherence of our surroundings. The surreal situations are based on the interactions between humans and nature.

Symphony no. 42


Budapest, 1944. Three sisters are hiding in the apartment of a well-known doctor during the Holocaust. Their days are filled with paranoia, and it turns out that evil might come from unexpected places.


A beautifully shot film with an exceptional acting ensemble – all this (and more) has earned “Ischler” quite a few awards in the festival circuit. One thing is for sure: once the 16 minutes are over, the viewer will definitely want to see more.



Elderly couple in the traffic. The wife chitchats, warns, controls. She is a policeman, a GPS ​and a commentator at the same time. The husband growls or bursts out. This is how their ​world works. But life is a constant replanning...


This heartwarming short by Barnabás Tóth has been an audience- and award favourite and rightfully so; it tells the story about love, loss and things we should not take for granted.

My Guide


Feeling Festive

Between December 19 and January 2, you can view the following critically acclaimed and award-winning Hungarian shorts.

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