Kirstie Alley died after fighting cancer for a short period of time. The two-time Emmy Award-winning actor was 71 years old.
An exhibition entitled “War is Over! If You Want It – Tribute to Yoko Ono” will open in the Hungarian National Museum in Budapest next Sunday.
It is not yet known how long the restriction will remain in effect.
Five cinemas in the capital are preparing a mini-festival for Budapest’s birthday, where a stand-up evening, an improvisational theater, a film premiere and concerts await those interested on Friday, November 18th.
Magyar Modern – Hungarian Art in Berlin 1910-1930, the largest Hungarian art exhibition in Germany since the 1989-90 change in political system, opened on Thursday in the Berlinische Galerie.
A large-scale exhibition presenting some 50 autograph paintings of Cretan-Spanish master El Greco opened in Budapest’s Museum of Fine Arts on Thursday.
Next year, the Müpa, which starts selling tickets on October 26th, will welcome the audience with outstanding performers from the international classical and light music scene, as well as Hungarian cultural life.
Hungary’s Natasa Stork has been voted Best Actress for the film Ice Cream Can Be Dangerous at this year’s New York Film Week, the National Film Institute (NFI) said on Tuesday.
Poet Lóránt Kabai has died, Telex reports based on the family’s statement.
Simon Móricz-Sabján has been awarded this year’s Capa Grand Prize for Permanently Overcast, a photo series on life in Hungary’s Great Plain, the Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center said on Friday.