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Index – Culture – A Hungarian employee in the sand dunes was nominated for an Academy Award

Filmed primarily in Hungary with the help of hundreds of Hungarian film professionals Dune The super production, directed by Denis Villeneuve, with revenues of nearly $400 million, and 10 Oscar nominations announced last week, is one of the most successful films of 2021. Filming of the film continued in Hungary for more than 4 months in 2019.

Among the Hungarian film connoisseurs, Zsuzsanna Sipos was nominated for an Academy Award by the American Academy of Films in the Production Design category with visual designer Patrice Vermet. We can almost think of Mac Ruth, an audio engineer who has been living and working in Hungary for many years, who was nominated for an Academy Award in the Audio category along with the team that created the Dune Sound World. For him, this is his fourth Academy Award nomination.

According to the information of the National Film Institute, an average of 300 films are produced each year in Hungary, providing employment opportunities for about 20,000 professionals. The amount recorded for direct film production in 2021 exceeded HUF 218 billion.

Due to the increasing demands, more and more film professionals are needed. In 2021, the NFI supported the training of 8 disability films with a total of 50 million HUF. More than 500 professionals have completed supported training since the program began in 2016.

It is popular with novice filmmakers and those who are changing their careers Fast Forwarding Program He signed up for 12 online and offline programs last year, covering a wide range of professional fields, from green film production to virtual production.

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Manages the Directorate of Training in Non-Food Items Online platform where beginners can find exciting movie jobs. In Hungary, this is the only interface where producers and trainees are in direct contact, helping young people to find their way in different areas of filmmaking. The National Film Institute will also be posting a series of videos on its YouTube channel.