China Cultural Centre opens in Budapest

The China Cultural Centre opened in Budapest's 14th district on Friday with an exhibition featuring the works of 7 photographers called China through the eyes of Hungarian photographers.

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Kylie Minogue to headline Sziget Festival’s opening night

Australian pop-sensation Kylie Minogue will be the headliner on the Main Stage at the opening day of this year's Sziget Festival, Europe's biggest and most diverse music festival, on August 7, the organisers announced on Thursday.

V&A’s DIVA exhibition travels to Budapest to open next month

DIVA, a large-scale exhibition from London's Victoria&Albert Museum showcasing costumes and the life of iconic performers will be on display in in the House of Music Hungary in Budapest on its first journey abroad from May 18, the organisers said on Tuesday.

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Drama series revives memories of Polgár sisters’ reign

Men chess kings bad losers to Hungary’s queen

Netflix chess drama “The Queen’s Gambit,” has proved to be a winner worldwide and has thrown the spotlight back on Hungary’s famous chess player sisters the Polgárs. Judit Polgár, who is considered by far the strongest female player of all time and the only ...

Jewish and Israeli Film Festival, November 24 to December 6

Films go online in pandemic

Another victim of the killer coronavirus pandemic is the ninth annual international Jewish and Israeli Film Festival between November 24 and December 6, which this year will be held online in its entirety. Seventeen recent titles on Jewish life, culture and history will be ...

Budapest to host MTV European Music Awards

This year's MTV European Music Awards ceremony will be held in Budapest on November 8, offering television viewers a virtual show broadcast from Budapest and London, the Hungarian Tourism Agency (MTU) said in a statement on Tuesday.

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Hungary nominates Blockade for Oscar

Hungary is nominating Blockade, a film about the October 1990 taxi drivers' blockade, for the 2023 Academy Award for Best International Feature Film, the National Film Institute (NFI) said on Thursday.