Over two hundred participants at this year’s Quota Forum
This year’s forum was focused on Hungarian productions from the neighbouring countries.
Despicable Me 3 dominated the box office
Gross ticket revenue for this quarter exceeded that of the previous quarter by HUF 500 million.
NMHH again supports Hungarian Film Week in 2018
The Hungarian Film Academy will again host the Hungarian Film Week, as commissioned and supported by the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) and the Hungarian National Film Fund. Films can be submitted by artists by 14 January 2018 at the latest.
The latest NMHH publication: Tips and advice for everyday digital life
The Authority prepared a new publication for consumers of digital content, available online as well, which lists the cases in which one can contact the NMHH.
Film Industry Spending in Hungary Saw a 75-percent Increase Last Year
The National Media and Infocommunications Authority’s (NMHH) records show that the sequel to Blade Runner alone represented an industry spending of HUF 28.5 billion for Hungary in 2016.
What are age ratings for?
It is a priority mission of the NMHH to protect the healthy mental and intellectual development of minors, to enable distributors and theatres to correctly apply regulations intended to ensure the protection of minors, and to help parents make good choices.
How are age rating signs put on motion pictures and on television screens?
Rather than a prohibitive arrangement, Hungarian age ratings merely act as recommendations aimed primarily at parents and families, and teachers.
Hungarian Media Patronage Programme
Since 2011, the Media Council of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority has been running the Hungarian Media Patronage Programme, which provides funding for independent, Hungarian non-feature films, well as for covering the operating costs of local and regional television channels and radio stations.
Motion Picture Registries
The NMHH is also tasked with maintaining records and statistics on state funding and key participants of the film industry.
Motion Pictures Qualifying as Art Films
As of 1 January 2017, the operation of the Art Committee, which is in charge of art classification of films and has hitherto been reporting to the Ministry responsible for culture, has been assigned to the NMHH.