Irish drama with subtitles, 94′ 2022 R.: Colm Bairead A: Catherine Clinch, Carrie Crowley, Andrew Benneth Buying tickets:
The Quiet Girl is one of the most surprising directorial debuts of the year, which has received an outstanding critical reception and has already impressed audiences at film festivals around the world. Nominated for an Academy Award in the Best International Film category, it is a particularly moving, complex and sensitive film about the absence of love and the healing power of caring. Entrance fee: 1200 Ft Mozinet Film Days pass: 3000 HUF
From January, we will continue to screen successful films from the most prestigious European film festivals at the Agóra Filmclub. Once a month from January to April, the Mozinet Film Days programme will present award-winning films from the Venice International Film Festival, Locarno International Film Festival and Berlinale. The selected films will be screened for the first time in Hungary at the Mozinet Film Days, well before their national premiere. The admission fee is 1200 HUF, for the Film Days you can buy a discounted pass for 3000 HUF.
Being a father is not easy. In fact, it is incredibly difficult. Especially because no one told you how to do it. Until now! This educational lecture will cover the different stages of pregnancy, postnatal communication, the traumas of buying a pram, unremovable female relatives, the effects of breastfeeding outdoors on men, the ghosts of the playground and the mental health implications of listening to large amounts of Vilmos Gryllus songs. "I don't have answers, of course. But I'll tell you the truth. Or at least how it all happened to me. Until then, watch out! The enemy never sleeps. Not figuratively, not literally." Tamás Lengyel production
The performance is recommended for children over 14 years. ⌛ Length of the performance: 80 minutes, without intermission. Audiovisual gagmen: Dániel Beke, Dániel Praznovszky Written and directed by László Szily, based on the novel of the same title: Based on the novel by János Antal Horváth
- Kneading and shaping the long-risen yeast-based homemade pizza dough - Traditional stretching of pizza by hand - Making Margherita pizza - Kneading, shaping and baking homemade tortillas - What goes into a classic Mexican tortilla and how to fill it? - Homemade burrito tasting
Registration is open until 24 February with payment of the participation fee. Once the payment has been made, cancellation is not possible, but the right to participate is transferable. For more information and to register, please contact Orsolya Fazekas at 88/429-111 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
R.: Lyasuk Dimitry S: Dimitry Ljasuk, Béla Baranyák, Fernanda Dorogi, Barnabás Molnár Buying tickets:
Based on real events, Isle of Good Hope is a story about the power of solitude, perseverance, dreams, retreating to nature, father-son relationships and letting go. During a pandemic, the protagonist decides to voluntarily quarantine himself on a tiny deserted island in Lake Tisza, where he has a small hut he built with his father years before. The boy wants to get out of the squirrel wheel and face himself, so he returns to the island after seven years.
Feminine power can take many forms: it can live, teach, educate, create, inspire, fight, nurture, love. Is it necessary for these roles to clash within us? Do we have to choose between them, or can we create wholeness within ourselves by harmonising our different identities? How can kinesiology help? Through four Greek goddesses, Aphrodite, Athena, Demeter and Hera, we will explore the different and complementary faces of feminine power. Speaker: Dr. Alinda Nagy and Péter Klatsmányi (Napsugár Centre)
Entrance is free of charge! The programme is funded by VEB2023.
French comedy-drama, dance film with subtitles 117′ 2022 R.: Cédric Klapisch A: Marion Barbeau, Hofesh Shechter, Denis Podalydès Buying tickets:
Elise, the young star of the Paris Opera, is seriously injured at the end of a performance. The brilliantly talented ballerina's dreams are suddenly dashed when doctors tell her she may not dance for years. But a chance encounter propels her into the world of contemporary dance, where she makes new friends. Dance is life, and it's never too late to break new ground! (Cirko Film)
An edited literary programme of poems by Sándor Petőfi, born 200 years ago performed by the TIT Mihály Váci Literary Stage
Performed by Annamária Battyányi - Nagy, Gábor Felföldi, Imre Horváth, Erika Sebestyén, Éva Sz. Csordás Featuring Zoltán Berzevici, composer, vocals - guitar The evening will be introduced by István Asztalos, teacher-literary
Venue: the Agóra theatre Entrance is free of charge.
6 colours with matching fillings! Learn the secrets of macaron baking! The session is led by pastry chef Andrea Patakfalvi
Participation fee: 15 900- HUF/person, which includes all necessary materials and equipment. All participants will receive 200 g of almond flour as a gift to continue at home! You can register until March by paying the participation fee. Once the payment has been made, cancellation is not possible, but the right to participate is transferable.
For more information and to register, please contact Orsolya Fazekas at 88/429-111 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Location: the Agora show kitchen
- on the occasion of the Hungarian-Polish Friendship Day
16.00 Living paintings, or playing with Polish painting - portrait photography exhibition
16.30 "Polonez" folk dance group With a history of almost 20 years, the ensemble was founded with the aim of creating a tradition and awareness of Polish folk song and folk dance in our country. Its repertoire includes folk and regional dances. Every year it participates in international festivals and competitions. It has won numerous awards and prizes. Founder and leader of the ensemble: Katarzyna Balogh
17.30 gastronomic demonstration - tasting of traditional Polish dishes
The programme is jointly organised by the Polish Nationality Municipality of Veszprém and the Agóra Veszprém Cultural Centre.
Venue: the Agóra theatre and upstairs lobby Entrance is free of charge!
At the end of May 2013, a country watches anxiously as the first Hungarian conqueror of Mount Everest, Zsolt Erőss, disappears with his companion in the Himalayas. While everyone else is still hopeful, his wife announces on a live broadcast that it is pointless to organise any more rescue expeditions. In the weeks that follow, the media systematically try to break down her toughness. After the screening, Orsolya Kata Molnár, a communications expert, journalist, PR-branding and marketing consultant, will give a presentation on the behind-the-scenes of the filming. The presentation is supported by the ERF-2023.
Heights and depths, on the set of the film Heights and depths
Orsolya Kata Molnár, communications expert, journalist, PR-branding and marketing consultant, is our guest at the screening of the film During the presentation, you can learn exciting behind-the-scenes secrets about the making of the film: what inspired it, how it was made and what interesting events took place around its birth.
Admission to the performance is free! The programme is funded by the ERF-2023.
21 March - 13 June every fortnight on Tuesdays from 17.00-19.00 Location: room 207 Agóra
The themes of the 7 sessions: - paracord tying techniques - procedures, basic techniques (spinning, weaving, knotting) - item creation: bracelet, survival gear, key chain, protective mascot, bag ornament Each time, participants create a different object to take home.
The sessions are held by Emese Szántó, a craftswoman. You can apply until 15 March 2023 by paying the participation fee. Once the payment has been made, it is not possible to cancel the application, but the right to participate is transferable.
Participation fee: 27.000 HUF, which includes the use of materials and equipment. For more information and to register, please contact Anett Ambrus at email@example.com or call 88/429-111.
György Sütő exhibition Opening of the exhibition by Major Milan Mór Markovics, Senior Senior Camp Pastor, Pastoral Vicar 22 March at 17h00 Performed by the 6th grade group of the Szilágyi Dance Ensemble (Director: Noémi Vetzl-Szerencsi
The exhibition is open until 10 April Location: 1st and 2nd floor lounge
27 March, 3, 11, 17 April, 17.00-19.00 Unleash your imagination and create more and more beautiful paintings using the dotting technique! Find out all about priming, decorative patterns and finishing touches! In 4 sessions, we will score almonds, paint interesting designs, decorate boxes, keyrings and you can even make your own lucky almond stone. Find yourself in this magical world! Led by Gyöngyvér Gáspárné Héthelyi
The course starts with a minimum of 5 participants. Once payment has been made, cancellation is not possible, but the right to participate is transferable.
Participation fee 23 000 HUF/person, which includes the materials and a starter set of paint and scoring tools. To enquire and register by 14 March, by paying the participation fee, please contact Katalin Jancsekné Zsebe at 88/429-111 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Karin and her husband Sten organised a huge celebration to mark their 40th wedding anniversary. As their friends toast their happiness, Karin discovers that Sten has been unfaithful to her. An old friend persuades her to join a cooking class for therapeutic purposes. Through her new experiences, Karin not only regains her zest for life in the company of her friends, but also rediscovers her long-forgotten passion for cooking and perhaps even finds love again.
Every year, spring is a wonderful opportunity to let go of what is outdated and make room for new energies. For this renewal to be complete, it must permeate every level of our human wholeness, body, soul and spirit. With this lecture, we want to help us do this with simple advice, herbs for spring cleansing, Japanese doin practices and flower essences to support our rebirth on a subtler level. Speaker: Dr. Alinda Nagy and Péter Klatsmányi (Napsugár Centre)
Venue: Jutasi Köztér (Március 15. u. 2/A fsz.)
Entrance is free of charge! The programme is funded by VEB2023.
Agóra Veszprém Cultural Centre announces a drawing competition "My favourite playground experience in the Jutasi housing estate". Eligibility criteria: The most memorable playground experience of the housing estate, in A/4 format, using a technique of your choice. Applications are open to kindergarten and primary school students in the Jutasi residential area. Please indicate the name and age of the artist on the back of the drawing, contact details of the parent or teacher. The entries will be displayed on banners on the fences of the institutions and the best entries will be awarded prizes. The winning entries will also be displayed on a special banner.
Deadline for submission: Friday 31 March 2023 For further information, please contact Mrs Jancsekné Zsebe Katalin at email@example.com or call 88/429-111.
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