This page shows you the list charts. By default, the movies are ordered by how many times they have been marked as a favorite. However, you can also sort by other information, such as the total number of times it has been marked as a dislike.
"An ongoing project to chronicle 100 key titles in the history of Russian and Eastern European cinema."
From film critic Michael Brook's website: http://filmjournal.net/kinoblog/100-classics/
Gelencsér Gábor is a film professor at the Institute for Art Theory and Media Studies. He teaches courses in Hungarian film history, Czech and Slovak new wave, and film analysis.
He created two lists, a [url=http://mmi.elte.hu/szabadbolcseszet/index.php?option=com_tanelem&id_tanelem=1254&tip=0]required film list[/url] (50 films) and a [url=http://mmi.elte.hu/szabadbolcseszet/index.php?option=com_tanelem&id_tanelem=1255&tip=0]recommended film list[/url] (100 films). All of the required films are included on the recommended film list. The list is in chronological order and ends in 1995.
"Budapest 12" refers to two lists of the top 12 Hungarian films as voted by Hungarian critics. This is the 2000 list.
In 1968, members of FIPRESCI (International Federation of Film Critics) voted for the top 12 Hungarian films of the last 20 years, which they called the "Budapest 12."
In 2000, members of the Hungarian Film and Television Artists Association and the National Association of Hungarian Journalists (film and television department) voted for the top 12 Hungarian films of all time, which they called the "New Budapest 12."