Interview
“You can be a Latin woman leading a huge budget studio film” Interview with Rosa Salazar
Bella Thorne, Zendaya and Maika Monroe also had a chance to play Alita, yet Robert Rodriguez and James Cameron gave the main role to the almost unknown Rosa Salazar.
"Sometimes you feel like you're a needle on a record" Interview with Rachel Weisz
Academy Award winner Rachel Weisz has carved a career playing women of incredible spirit and intelligence, and with Lady Sarah Churchill in Yorgos Lanthimos’s The Favourite, she adds to a roster of extraordinary characters that have made her one of Britain’s most beloved actresses.
"I kind of forgot there were cameras there" Interview with Margot Robbie and Saoirse Ronan
Last year, Margot was nominated for Oscar for I, Tonya, Saoirse for Lady Bird.They are young, talented, beautiful and both are on the top. In Mary Queen of Scots, they play Stuart Mary and Elizabeth to show they're the best of their generation.
“You’re only ever as good as your script and your cast-mates” Interview with Rose Byrne
Rose Byrne was considered a dramatic actress for a long time, but she can't stop playing in comedies since the success of the Bridesmaids. In the Instant family, she forms a couple with Mark Wahlberg who will adopt three children at the same time.
"I couldn’t have made a better film..." Interview with Peter Jackson
New Zealand's director had spent the most of his oeuvre by adapting Tolkien's novels to films, and after so many movies he still wants to tell stories. As a director he was busy with a documentary film of World War I, but as a producer and writer, he supervised the work of the gigantic visual film of the Mortal Engines.
"It's important to allow the audience to reimagine you as someone different" Interview with Vanessa Hudgens
Gabriella of High School Musical is about to be thirty and celebrate her birthday with a movie. Second Act's main character was Jennifer Lopez, but Vanessa Hudgens also played an important role as a vice-rector of a great company.
"We kind of saw Freddie in him" Interview with Brian May
The members of legendary rock band Queen have participated quite actively in the making of the movie 'Bohemian Rhapsody' which pays homage to Freddie Mercury but also to the other fellow-musicians of the unimitable frontman.
"She’s stronger than she looks." Interview with Claire Foy
It has caused quite a stir among the Millenium trilogy fans that the filmmakers dropped Rooney Mara and chose a less-known actress instead. But Claire Foy has already proved to be an exciting person in the leading role of TV series 'The Crown', so undoubtedly she will make a wonderful Lisbeth Salander.
"We have to break down these bubbles" Interview with Steve McQueen
Director Steve Mcqueen jumped into a completely new genre when he decided to turn a '80s British TV series into an American heist movie. He worked together with acclaimed scriptwriter Gillian Flynn ('Gone Girl', 'Sharp Objects'), and an array of wonderful actresses.
'La La Land was great preparation for all of us' Interview with Ryan Gosling
Ryan Gosling has always been considered as a taciturn, handsome and inscrutable superactor so he is undoubtedly the perfect choice for the challenging role of Neil Armstrong, the first man who ever set foot on the Moon.
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Film premieres

Kölcsönlakás

Hungarian, comedy, 98 min., 2019

Zimna wojna

British-French-Polish, romantic drama, 88 min., 2018

Happy Death Day 2U

American, horror, 100 min., 2019

On Chesil Beach

British, romantic drama, 110 min., 2017

Maria by Callas

French, documentary, 119 min., 2017

Alita: Battle Angel

American-Argentinean-Canadian, sci-fi, 122 min., 2018
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Budapest, Bálna, 22 December 2018 - 23 February 2019
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