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DVD Review: No Subtitles Necessary – Laszlo & Vilmos

The revolutionary life and work of two great cinematographers. Read More »

Forget the Apocalypse: Four Things to Actually Worry About in 2012

2011 was exciting, but 2012 is likely to be even scarier. Here are four things to be concerned about. Read More »

Book Review: Esther’s Inheritance by Sandor Marai

Both Esther's loss and gain are in the novel’s title. Read More »

Interview: Panni Somi, Acclaimed Contemporary Dance Artist from Hungary

According to Panni Somi, one should never try to be someone one is not at the cost of losing honesty, originality, and freedom. Read More »

Interview: Ildikó Gulyás – An Indian Classical Dance Performer from Hungary

"Everyone should cultivate dance or music in some way, even if it is not easy or one meets great difficulties." Read More »

Touching Heart Strings Classically: An Interview with Hungary’s Robert Sinha

A talk with a world class Hungarian classical guitarist who has been performing at prestigious venues in European countries and America in recent years. Read More »

Music Review: A Hawk And A Hacksaw – Cervantine

Like watching the funnel cloud of a tornado and being amazed a thing of such uncontrolled power can hold its shape. Read More »

India Can Take Many Lessons from Hungary Toxic Spill and Aftermath

The globalization and disinvestment drive of the Indian government has lessons to learn from Hungary’s toxic mud spill. Read More »

DVD Review: Metamorphosis (2007)

The immortal Connor MacLeod and the beautiful Countess Bathory can't save Metamorphosis. Read More »

Retro Redux: Gabor Szabo – Connecting Hungary To Hollywood

You won't believe which Hollywood star provided inspiration to this legendary guitarist. Read More »