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Sátántangó Anniversary ‘Carte Blanche’
Museum of Modern Art
10/22/2009 – 10/30/2009

Celebrating the 15th anniversary of Sátántangó, MoMA screens the pristine archive print of the landmark film by Béla Tarr, acquired for a retrospective of the acclaimed filmmaker in 2001. This time, MoMA asked Tarr to select some Hungarian films that have inspired his filmmaking and films he co-produced with his Budapest-based production company TT FILMMŰHELY, influential in its support of like-minded artists who make personal, original films. Tarr’s ‘carte blanche’ is a rare chance to appreciate a lesser known segment of Hungarian cinema; the works reflect—but in no way imitate--Tarr’s preoccupation with expanding and refining the language of cinema.
Organized by Jytte Jensen, Curator, Department of Film in collaboration with Extremely Hungary. With special thanks to Magyar Filmúnió (Kati Vajda).
 
Program
 
Szenvedély (Passion). Hungary. 1998. Directed by György Fehér. Click here for more information and tickets.

Thursday, October 22, 4:30PM (T1); Friday, October 30, 7:00PM (T2)


Johanna. Hungary. 2005. Directed by Kornél Mundruczó.
Thursday, October 22, 8:00PM (T1); Wednesday, October 28, 4:00PM (T2) Click here for more information and tickets.
 

Szegénylegények (The Poor Outlaws/The Round-Up). 1966. Hungary. Directed by Miklós Jancsó.
Friday, October 23, 4:30PM (T1); Thursday, October 29, 7:00PM (T2) Click here for more information and tickets.
 
Az amerikai anzix (American Torso). Hungary. 1975. Directed by Gábor Bódy http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0126965/.
Friday, October 23, 8:00PM (T1); Thursday, October 29, 4:00PM (T2) Click here for more information and tickets.
 
Sátántangó. Hungary. 1994. Directed by Béla Tarr.
Saturday, October 24, 11:30AM-7:30PM (T1) Introduced by Béla Tarr
Part 1: 2:50
Intermission: 15 min
Part 2: 2:10
Intermission: 30 min
Part 3: 2:40
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A halál kilovagolt Perzsiából (Death Rode Out of Persia). Hungary. 2006. Directed by Putyi Horváth.
Wednesday, October 28, 7:00PM (T2); Friday, October 30, 4:00PM (T2) Click here for more information and tickets.

Admission:
$10 (Adults). $8 (Seniors), $6 (Students)
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