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Muces pay tribute to Hungarian cinema in its 2012 edition

Muces pay tribute to Hungarian cinema in its 2012 edition, which will include as new workshops and films for children
The festival will be held from 14 to 20 November in the capital of Segovia
SEGOVIA, 22 September 2012 (EuropaPress)
The European Film Festival City of Segovia (Muces) Hungary will honor its 2012 edition, the seventh, which runs from 14 to 20 November with a strong educational focus and workshops and films for children and novelty.
The festival, an annual, aims to bring the public quality European cinema through films success not commercially released in Spain and represent outstanding examples of the reality of the different countries. It has also become a meeting point for international professionals.
The organization has advanced some details of the next edition, which will screen relevant Hungarian film titles, which include actors, technicians and directors as Jancsó Miklós, István Szabó Gábor or body.
Today, Hungary produces a score of titles aimed at the country's socialist construction, involving young directors and writers whose works are part of the most important festivals, as Kornél Mundruczó, Diana Groo, Hajdu Szablocs or Andre de Toth.
The show, which last year screened 'The Turin Horse', the latest film from Hungarian Béla Tarr, will approach a film that has little presence in the commercial release and the public at large has little information.
Among the novelties of this edition include theater workshops for children under 12 and children's tapes, which will add to the workshops for professionals and amateurs usually offering prestigious directors.
The new release will offer sections 'Unheard', where you can watch movies not released in Spain or ephemeral premieres by young Europeans, 'Look necessary', with essential features that can not forget and continue remaining in the viewer's memory, 'Documentary Film', with films in the genre novel achievements; 'Guest Country' and 'Filmmaker guest', whose name will be revealed soon.
In past editions, the sample goes Eliseo de Pablos has honored filmmakers like Russian Andrei Konchalovsky, the director and artist from Czech Jan Svankmajer, the Spanish Jaime Chavarri and Carlos Saura, and Frenchman Claude Lelouch.
This year will offer 'Filmed in Segovia', which rescue 'skedaddle', 'Hidden', 'Teresa', 'A Fistful of Dollars', 'Hurry, hurry' and 'pig', all tapes recorded in the city.
Official Section, which last year had 157 screenings and 100 films from 30 different countries, may watch European films representative of each country and of high quality in many cases hardly reach distribution in Spain.
The festival, whose lineup has been designed this year by the Spanish Alberto Corazón, holding its Film Festival on Friday 16 in the Auditorium of the Parador de Segovia. The program also includes exhibitions, lectures and concerts, which have free entry, as projected in all sections except Officer, whose pass will cost two euros. Tickets will go on sale from November 6.