Mon 24 June 2019

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Kukori és Kotkoda - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Hungarian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 8 minutes

Premier: 1970-01-01

Kukori és Kotkoda - History of Hungarian animation - Netflix

The history of Hungarian animation begins in 1914 and carries through to the modern day. Starting with short promotional cartoons prior to the two World Wars, Hungarian animation underwent a sporadic and halting development during the turbulent war years which were characterized in large part by the emigration of much of the field's top talent. This exodus slowed dramatically during the 1950s when the Hungarian Communist Party took power and the Iron Curtain took shape. With Communism came nationalization of the Hungarian animation studio—a fact that was to prove a mixed blessing for the nascent industry. While political pressures would strongly dictate the kinds of topics that animation could cover in the early years, state funding meant that even the relatively small postwar nation would be able to prove itself on the international stage. Indeed, subsequent to the 1956 revolution, the softening effects of Goulash Communism helped enable artists to begin to express themselves such that by the late 1970s, Pannónia Film Stúdió would rank among the top 5 major cartoon studios alongside Walt Disney, Hanna-Barbera, Soyuzmultfilm, and Toei. With the end of Communism in 1989, state control of the animation industry dropped away and market forces prompted the rise of numerous independent animation studios. Lacking state funding and receiving mixed international response, Hungarian animation studios today have had to develop financing strategies consisting largely of working as production and development companies performing labor-intensive animation activities such as compositioning and inking for foreign studios. Despite this, Hungarian films continue to be produced every few years.

Kukori és Kotkoda - Overview - Netflix

The history of Hungarian animation extends from its origin in István Kató Kiszly's 1914 cut-out caricatures to the modern time. Although a few boldly experimental films were made in the early years, it would not be until the 1930s that actual animation studios would be formed (under figures like Gyula Macskássy and János Halász) to produce promotional material in the form of newsreels and advertisements. International conflicts during both world wars as well as turbulent political climates in the pre-Iron Curtain period led to the emigration of many of Hungary's animation artists who famously established themselves in places like France, the U.K., and America. During the Communist era, all animation efforts are nationalized first as Magyar Szinkronfilmgyártó Vállalat in 1948 and later as Pannónia Film Stúdió in 1959. State control of animation on the one hand constrained artistic freedom of expression while simultaneously ensuring the survival of the medium. During the 1950s, the first modern generation of Hungarian animators came to prominence, creating primarily short animations depicting the Hungarian folk tales and legends that would be a politically safe mainstay of Hungarian animation output throughout the Communist era. This generation would be responsible for creating the first colored animation. A second generation of animators would emerge in the 1960s under the less repressive system of Goulash Communism, and sociopolitical sentiment was for the first time gently hinted at as cartoons developed philosophical themes characterized by morbidity and black humor. Foreign animation studios began to reach out to Pannónia Film Stúdió during this period to subcontract some of the more laborious elements of cartoon production such as compositioning and inking. This introduced the concept of cartoon series/serials, and soon a number of Hungarian serials were created introducing the country's first recognizable cartoon character stars. This period also saw the production of the first adult animation. The 1970s saw the rise of a third generation of animators even more intent on commentary on the social conditions in the country. Animations during this period were often marked by a muted subsurface emphasis on anxiety and a claustrophobic fear of persecution while the animation works of older (first and second generation) animators tended to emphasize morality and a development of the grotesque. This third generation would see the emergence of the country's first feature-length films as Pannónia Film Stúdió rose to international renown as one of the top 5 major cartoon studios alongside Walt Disney, Hanna-Barbera, Soyuzmultfilm, and Toei. The 1980s would prove to be a peak of Hungarian animation efforts. Increasingly bold use of irony and allegory portrayed the Hungarian condition under Communist rule and during this period a number of Hungarian films received high accolades and prestigious awards including Ferenc Rofusz' 1981 Oscar for A Légy (“The Fly”). The decade would also mark a renaissance in technical experimentation with the exploration of many non-traditional graphic media such as plasticine, sand, coal, textiles, and computer animation. During this period the first feature-length films based on serials were created and proved to be quite popular. In 1989, Communist rule was cast off and with it State control of the animation arts in 1990. Due to free market pressures, a number of independent animation studios sprang up in the wake. The novel issue of commercial financing proved to be a complex one as new studios struggled to make ends meet. A variety of solutions were adopted ranging from the active courting of foreign contract work, to specialization in the labor-intensive traditional hand-animation forms, to employee ownership. In 2002, the new Hungarian government began to take a role in the medium as well with funding from the Ministry of National Cultural Heritage going toward the development of further animations of Hungarian folk tales and legends which since the Communist era have become a source of national pride.

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Sun 07 April 2019

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Nyerő Páros - Netflix

Type: Game Show

Languages: Hungarian

Status: Running

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2016-08-29

Nyerő Páros - Balázs Sebestyén - Netflix

Balázs Sebestyén (born 18 July 1977, Budapest, Hungary) is a Hungarian television presenter and winner of multiple “Story Ötcsillag” prizes.

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Thu 07 March 2019

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Mon 14 January 2019

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Géniusz, az alkimista - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Hungarian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2010-03-03

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Sun 06 January 2019

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Fri 30 November 2018

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The Mézga family going a funny adventure around the world without money and ability to speaking other languages. They looking for an old friend who will pay everything.

A Mézga család különös kalandjai - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Hungarian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 1970-06-11

A Mézga család különös kalandjai - The Mézga Family - Netflix

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Wed 24 October 2018

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Kalandra Fal! - Netflix

Type: Game Show

Languages: Hungarian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2009-05-04

Kalandra Fal! - Brain Wall - Netflix

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Tue 23 October 2018

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The Mézga family going a funny adventure around the world without money and ability to speaking other languages. They looking for an old friend who will pay everything.

A Mézga család különös kalandjai - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Hungarian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 1970-06-11

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Sat 20 January 2018

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Csillag születik is an unlicensed Hungarian version of Got Talent. Singers, dancers, comedians, variety acts, and other performers compete against each other to be crowned the seasons winner.

Csillag születik - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: Hungarian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2007-11-03

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Sat 15 July 2017

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Gyertek át! - Netflix

Type: Game Show

Languages: Hungarian

Status: Running

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2015-09-12

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Hollywood Game Night is a game show that originally aired in the United States on NBC. The series' popularity has caused it to be replicated in many countries around …

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