November 7–9 at Művész Cinema
In the spirit of critical thinking and freedom of opinion, Student Verzió (Diák Verzió) invites high school students to free film screenings and discussions.
Venue: Művész Cinema (1066 Budapest, Teréz körút 30)
Screening times: November 7–9, 9am and 11am
There are five unique, contemporary documentaries to choose from this year. They cover a range of thought-provoking topics, including:
A Somali girl who escapes child marriage to become a refugee in Hungary, the dangerous health effects of working in Chinese mobile phone factories, a children’s choir in an Indian slum, European youth discovering their grandmothers’ past, and the world championships for international law students.
To apply for a free screening, send us an email with which film(s) you would like to view, when, and with how many students, by no later than October 23.
Email: email@example.com [please write “Student Verzió” in the subject line]
The final program will be based on your requests and the order they were received. To learn more about these films, click on the links below.
Zsófia Lukácsi, Student Verzió coordinator
|Heather White, Lynn Zhang • USA • 2017 • 90min • Mandarin, English||Révész Bálint • United Kingdom, Hungary • 2017 • 89min • English, Hungarian, German||Gereon Wetzel, Melanie Liebheit • Germany • 2018 • 97min • German, English|
|Zurbó Dorottya • Hungary • 2018 • 78min • Hungarian, Somali||Hyewon Jee • South Korea • 2016 • 57min • English, Marathi, Korean|