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Celebrating its 13th edition in 2016, the festival will screen classics including opening film Three Colours: Blue - with Juliette Binoche attending the festival. They will present a lifetime achievement award to Károly Makk, screening Another Way and Love and hosting a masterclass with the Hungarian filmmaker. Nineteen films will compete in the international competition.
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Miskolc Latest Reviews
A modern Muslim woman struggles to find herself in the sprawl of urban Bangladesh.
Family tensions rise after an unexpected visit.
A Romanian-German family make a journey from Arad in Romania to the German Democratic Republic.
A futuristic love story set in a world where emotions have been eradicated but where a genetic glitch means some people can still fall in love.
A retired music critic is the last resident of a building targeted by developers - she becomes engaged in a cold war of sorts with the company.
The lives of a wealthy married couple radically change in an instant. While the husband is in critical condition after an accident that occurred under strange circumstances, the wife tries to understand the situation and to salvage what she can.
Triptych of stories about women in small-town America.
A successful video game boss aims to track down her attacker after a home invasion.
A train journey is complicated by the presence of the living dead.
Elvis goes to the White House to ask the President to make him a Federal Agent At Large.
Miskolc International Film Festival Features
Venice 2015: The state of independents Looking For Grace, The Daughter, Equals, The Childhood Of A Leader
Venice 2015: Peak viewing Reports on Everest, Black Mass, Spotlight and The Danish Girl.
Moving on up Anna Rose Holmer on adolescence, gender identity and self-determination in The Fits.
Scaling the heights with Everest Deauville opening night premiere
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