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BeEest - Estonian Invasion in Budapest

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BeEST in Budapest
Estonian Contemporary Culture Nights in Budapest

September 19-21. 2005
In the Culturefactory Tüzraktár, X. Tuzoltó st. 54-56

Visual Arts: Massive videoexhibition + screeningprogramms + performance “Give Hate a Chance”

Music: Live concerts by electronmusicians

Literature: Live texts readings by poets

Starring: Avangard, Marianne Männi, Kaarel Sammet, Jan Kaus, Triin Soomets, Aivar Tõnso, Muschraum, Joel Tammik, MoKS (Mooste Guest Studio), Non Grata, Rubensid, Estonian Academy of Arts etc.

Presentation of Elo Viiding (Elo Vee), Estonian poet, at the ELTE

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April 7th, Thursday, 16.00h

Elo Viiding (Elo Vee), Estonian poet, will be the guest of the ELTE Finno-Ugric department.

Everyone is welcome.

Piiririik / Bordercountry - Radical theater literature evening

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from a collection of contemporary Estonian short stories

31st March 2005. 19 p.m
at Társalgó Galéria, Keleti Károly u. 22.
(premiere: 8th December 2004.)

Exhibitions of Jüri Arrak, Estonian artist, in two galleries

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(Budapest)

Art 9 galery: March 18 - April 6.
MIKSZ galery: March 22 - April 19.

Again Estonian - Norwegian Filmclub

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(Every Tuesday after sunset)

After a long break, we continue our Estonian-Norwegian Filmclub at Szimpla Kertmozi (Kazinczy u. 14).


Since the spring is here, and days are really very looong, we've changed the starting time for the Tuesday's filmklub.

May 17, Tuesday, 20.40h:
Villmark (Dark Woods)
D: Pal Oie (Experimental horror, Norway 2003, 84 min)

    Plot:
The crew of the TV show "Real TV" with controlling boss Gunnar on the front line
will soon begin production of a reality show for which participants are selected
to survive in the wilderness. Gunnar has gathered a production team of four
people: The friends Lasse and Per, the Swedish girl Elin and a new girl Sara.
To test his new employees, Gunnar takes them to a log cabin where he used to
spend summers as a kid. The cabin is located far away from civilisation, hidden
in the dark, mysterious woods. The team has to make it through a weekend,
finding food that nature has to offer, and neither cellular phones nor
cigarettes are allowed. When Lasse and Per find a dead body in a lake near the
cottage, the group is being tested. Gunnar is suggesting that they should
continue the weekend without mentioning anything to Sara and Elin about what
they found. But soon the team experiences some escalating incidents which lead 
to paranoia, accusations and mistrust. (www.imdb.com)


The starting times may change a little bit because they depend on the time of sunset...
All the films are subtitled in English.
FREE ENTRANCE
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Estonian and Norwegian Movies are presented in a rotation of two weeks. (We present an Estonian movie in a week, and then a Norwegian one on the next, etc...)

Baltic Week at CEU (Central European University), Budapest (14-18th February)

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The Center for Arts and Culture in cooperation with the Embassy of Lithuanian Republic in Hungary and the Estonian Institute in Hungary cordially invites you to the Programs of the Baltic Week in the frame of the series Encounters with Central and Eastern European Cultures February 14 - 18, 2005 February 14, Monday: A film screening at 7. p.m. – Auditorium THE HIGHWAY CROSSING, Estonian language, English subtitles dir.: Arko OKK February 15, Tuesday: A chamber music concert at 7. p.m. – Auditorium

Estonian Literature Evening at Szimplakert, Budapest (27th February, Sunday)

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We present our Estonian Literature Evening again. This time at Szimplakert (Budapest VI. Kazinczy str. 14) on 27th February at 18.00 pm.

The program of the evening is based on the following literature works:

Lydia Koidula: Mu isamaa on minu arm / Szerelmem vagy te, szép hazám! Emil Tode: Piiririik / Bordercountry Mehis Heinsaar: Härra Pauli Kroonikad / Pál úr krónikái

Editor: Csüllög Edina Director: Formanek Csaba

Cast: SIIRI ERM PIIA TAREMAA BAKAJSZA GÁBOR CSÜLLÖG EDINA FORMANEK CSABA

HEEMP Eesti-Norra Filmiklubi

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CANCELLED THIS WEEK (2nd December)!!! - come to ANIFEST2 - European Festival of Animation films at the cinema Uránia

On Friday and Saturday: PRIIT PÄRN retrospective
Our Estonia-Norwegian Filmclub started at the Szimplakert (Budapest, VII. Kazinczy u. 14.) It is a wintergarden now - open all winter long! Every Thursday at 8 pm.

ANIFEST2 - European Festival of Animation Films

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2nd-4th December 2004. ANIFEST2 - European Festival of Animation Films at the cinema Uránia in Budapest organized by Szimplafilm. Special guest: PRIIT PÄRN, Estonian director. All of his animation films will be played at the festival.

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