Hungarian Films to be Featured at DC Festival

Two Hungarian films will be featured at this month's Washington Jewish Film Festival.  The two Hungarian films, "1945" and "Keep Quiet", will be among the many films to be presented in the DC metro area from May 17-28.


“1945”, a film by Ferenc Török, tells the story of Holocaust survivors and their return to a small Hungarian village, and how they are greeted by the local residents.  “Keep Quiet”, a documentary film by Sam Blair and Joseph Martin, tells the story of Csanad Szegedi, a leader of the right-wing and anti-Semitic Jobbik Party, who discovers that he is part Jewish.  Both films will be in Hungarian with English subtitles. You can find out more about the festival, screening times and locations at
 https://www.wjff.org/films/.

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Hungarian Language Program Update

The January 8, 2018 meeting at Arlington Central Library from 6pm IS CANCELLED due to weather conditions. 

NEW MEETING DATE AND TIME: The Kossuth Foundation will hold an organizational meeting for those interested in attending Hungarian language evening/weekend classes in the spring on January 13, 2018 between 1- 2PM at the Kossuth House (2001 Massachusetts Ave, NW. Washingon DC 20036) close to Dupont Circle. All interested students are encouraged to attend. If there is enough interest we hope to offer beginner, advanced beginner, intermediate and advanced class this spring.

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