Tuesday, 13 March, 2012.Exhibitions
Sesztina Gallery in Hal köz (11 March – 14 April, 2012)
“Nyitás” (“Opening”) – Chamber exhibition by János Aknay (painter) and Károly Balanyi (graphic and glaze artist)
Kölcsey Center, Bényi Árpád Hall (11 March – 11 April, 2012)
21th Spring Exhibition
10:00 AM – 6:00 PM, MODEM (21 January 2012 – 29 April 2012)
7 Billion Human Brains, or So
Exhibition by László feLugossy
6:30 PM-7:30 PM – High Heels and a Gun: American Television Series
Women in scripted television are much more than only wives and mothers. They are detectives, drug dealers, fashonistas, executives, and vampire slayers—along with sometimes being wives and mothers, too. Characters are varied, but how far have they come in their functions as characters, their dialogue, and their dress? How have these elements changed or stayed the same? We’ll take a look at different women in American television series and discuss how women are presented and present themselves on television. Speaker: Robin Whitford, Fulbright ETA
Screenings in Cinema City and Apollo Cinema – in original language, with Hungarian subtitles: /local/2012/03/08/cinema-city-apollo-cinema-programmes-in-march/
The Number One Girl, American action, 2005, 87 min, Dir.: Luc Campeau, Stars: Tony Schiena, Vinnie Jones
8-14 March, 5 pm
Moneyball, American drama, 2011, 133 min, Dir.: Bennett Miller, Stars: Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill
8-14 March, 7.30 pm.
Safe House, American-South African action, 2012, 120 min, Dir.: Daniel Espinosa, Stars: Ryan Reynolds, Denzel Washington
8-14 March, 1.45 pm., 4 pm., 6.15 pm., 8.30 pm.
Haywire, American action-thriller, 2011, 93 min, Dir.: Steven Soderbergh, Stars: Gina Carano, Ewan McGregor
11-14 March, 1.15 pm., 4.45 pm., 8.15 pm.
Hugo 3D, American adventure, 2011, 126 min, Dir.: Martin Scorses, Stars: Asa Butterfield, Chloe Grace Moretz
12-14 March, 5 pm.
The Descendants, American drama, 2011, 115 min, Dir.: Alexander Payne, Stars: George Clooney, Sheilene Woodley
11-14 March, 5.45 pm.