Eternal Winter (orig.: Orok Tel)

Christmas 1944. Soviet soldiers invade Hungary and drag every young woman with German origins away from a small village and transport them to a Soviet labor camp where they are forced to work in the coal mines under inhuman conditions. This is where Irén, one of the Hungarian women, meets Rajmund who decides to teach her how to survive. While she is determined to return home to her little daughter and family, history and fate have a different plan: Irén and Rajmund fall in love.

GRAND JURY PRIZE WINNER – BEST NARRATIVE FEATURE
Nashville International Film Festival 2019
INTERNATIONAL EMMY AWARD
BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN 2019 – Marina Gera
International Emmy Awards
BEST DIRECTOR
Montreal World Film Festival 
BEST PREMIERE AWARD – NARRATIVE FEATURE
Heartland International Film Festival 2018
INTERFAITH AWARD – BEST NARRATIVE FEATURE                                                    
St. Louis International Film Festival 2018
PRESIDENT’S AWARD – BEST DRAMA                                                              
Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival 2018
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY – FEATURE
Kovács László – Zsigmond Vilmos Hungarian Cinematographer’s Award 

 

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Director:    Attila Szasz  
Starring:   Sergej Onopko (Red Sparow), Laura Dobrosi ( Easy Living), Belazs Veres (The Alienist)  
Year: 2019    
Country: Hungary  
Running Time:  110 min.   
Genre: War/Drama  

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Markets and Festivals

These are the film and television festivals and markets we attend in order to market our films and series, meet with our buyers and look for potential acquisition opportunities.

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  • American Film Market
  • Cannes Film Festival
  • European Film Market
  • Hong Kong Filmart
  • KidScreen Summit
  • MIPCOM
  • MIPTV
  • NATPE Budapest
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