Satellite Verzió - Szeged

Grand Café Cinema

Grand Café, a venue sustained by the Kép-Szín-Ház Foundation, started as an art cinema and café in 1996. Aside from functioning as a cinema, it has served as a comprehensive cultural complex from its beginnings: the screening room hosted literary events and concerts, and exhibitions were held in the café. During our twenty-two years of existence, a great number of nationally and/or internationally renowned filmmakers, writers, musicians, photographers, fine artists and social scientists have been our guests. The Grand is also a community held together by the shared values of the creative potential of communal work, DIY mentality, solidarity and active helpfulness.

November 21, Thursday
18:00 - 20:00 Advocate
20:00 - 22:00 Still Recording

November 22, Friday
18:00 - 20:00 Cold Case Hammarskjöld
20:00 - 21:15 The Siege

November 23, Saturday
16:00 - 17:20 How Big is the Galaxy?
17:30 - 20:00 Minding the Gap 

November 24, Sunday
16:00 - 17:30 By the Name of Tania
17:30 - 20:00 Timbo + Soyalism 

6720 Szeged, Deák Ferenc utca 18, 2. emelet
Tel.: +36-62-679-007

Megálló Community Center is sustained by the MASZK Organization, and is situated in the Tarján housing estate in Szeged. For more than 25 years, MASZK has been an important, independent art workshop in the area. The community program was launched in 2014 to bring new life to the neighborhood by utilizing MASZK’s experience, organizational knowledge and empathy. Megálló provides a community space for all generations to meet and deepen their knowledge while taking part in various workshops.

November 21, Thursday
18:30 White Right: Meeting the Enemy

November 22, Friday
16:00–18:00 Crime + Punishment
18:00–19:10 Love and Empty Words

November 23, Saturday
15:00–16:30 Breathless
16:30–18:00 You can sew it too - free sewing workshop
18:00–19:30 Fair Traders

November 24, Sunday
17:00–18:00 The Crazy Circles of Freedom
18:00–19:30 The Euphoria of Being

Megálló Community Center and Grand Café Szeged are equally part of the community-building initiative, Free Spaces, aiming at empowering civil societies and helping them remain independent.

6723 Szeged, Budapesti krt. 23.
Tel.: +36-30-720-0279