- 22 Mar 2017 1:00 AM
One of the programme highlights will be the screening of Tony Palmer’s Bird On a Wire, a reconstructed documentary following Leonard Cohen on a tour in 1972. The renowned British director will be present at the event in Budapest.
The festival’s Doc section will also show recent films by Jim Jarmusch and David Lynch, said Allen Sorensen, the festival’s programme director from Denmark. Hungarian director Ferenc Török’s b/w period drama 1945 set in a Hungarian village will have its domestic debut at the festival on April 8.
Titanic, running under the slogan “A festival that connects the world”, will close with the screening of American historical drama film Loving by Jeff Nichols on April 13.
Republished with permission of Hungary Matters, MTI’s daily newsletter.
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