On Saturday 4 June, the Embassy of Hungary will present the Dutch film premiere of LILY LANE (Liliom ösvény, 2016) in cinema LAB Amsterdam. After the screening, there will be an aftertalk with editor Balázs Budai. LILY LANE is directed by the leading Hungarian filmmaker Bence Fliegauf, who won the Silver Bear at the Berlinale for his previously released film Just the Wind (Csak a szél, 2012).
About LILY LANE
In the Hungarian drama LILY LANE, Rebeka tries to cope with the sudden death of her mother. She decides to go and find her estranged father and brings her seven year old son Dani with her on this quest. Together with Dani, Rebeka visits places she knew as a child and tells stories from which it is not clear whether they originate from her problematic past or not. The film mixes gloomy lifelike images with colourful flashbacks, and a strong layered sound design. LILY LANE won a Silver Bear at the Berlinale Forum (2016) and the Golden Olive Tree at the European Film Festival in Lecce (2016).
The European Film Festival
The European Film Festival is organized by the Representation of the European Commission and the Information Office of the European Parliament in the Netherlands, in collaboration with various partners. From 2 to 5 June, a spotlight will be shed on thirty large and small European film productions in cinemas throughout the Netherlands. The films will show that Europe is more than just politics and economics. A number of filmmakers and actors will attend the screening of “their” film. Check www.eu.nl for more information about the European Film Festival.
Date: Saturday 4 June
Start program: 20:30
With an introduction by the Embassy of Hungary. After the film, De Filmkrant and the audience will discuss the film with LILY LANE editor Balázs Budai
Language: Hungarian, English subtitles
Price: € 9, – (free with Cineville)
More information: haga.gov.hu/european-film-festival-lily-lane
Source: Hungarian Embassy in the Netherlands