Great Movies from the Bygone Era Now Available

The film projects of Transsylvania RT and Janovics have hardly resisted the new trends of the time, but in the background, a new film project is expected in Cluj, which would present from a different perspective including film production from the Janovics era. The history of Foto film and its founder, László Fekete, has been less studied so far in film and photographic history research, although it is relevant from both points of view. The Fotofilm Company remained in public memory like a photo studio and postcard studio, although it also deals with filming, as the name implies. Make a visit to for the best details of the same now.

About  László Fekete

Beyond the photo and film syntax lays the career of László Fekete (1889–1947), who learned the profession of photographer from his father, in a photography workshop in Oradea, and in the early 1910s, he left for Vienna, at the insistence to Jenő Janovics, to learn the job of operator. Later, he works as an operator for 47 film productions, made by Janovics. Their paths split at the beginning of the 20’s, when, after Janovics’ last artistic film, he leaves for Oradea, where he will take over his father’s workshop, the court photographer, Sándor Fekete, in 1923 (Miklósi-Sikes 2001. 120). . At the end of the ’20s, László Fekete returned to Cluj, where he founded the company Fotofilm, which was in charge of studio photography, photographic processing, filming and processing respectively.

  • An untouchable, the most profitable foreign film read not spoken in English of these 2000s, is not based on comic book superheroes and doesn’t use 3D technology. Still, this French comedy has roamed the world with surprising results. According to the Box Office Mojo, the movie has so far grossed $ 350 million, surpassing Hayao Miyazaki’s Japanese

Who doesn’t like a good movie, right? The theaters are there to confirm. But have you ever paid attention to our cinema? Brazilian cinema accumulates a rich history, which has gone through many ups and downs during its trajectory, has produced a number of hits and left the world with great works of art. Each time, Brazilian cinema has been gaining popularity. With this in mind, we decided to list seven films that helped to popularize national cinema.

The Compassionate Self (2000)

Based on the eponymous book by author Ariano Suassuna, the film tells the story of João Grilo and Chicó, two northeasterners who do everything in exchange for a few bucks. They are always deceiving the people of a small village in the Paraíba hinterland. And it is only with the apparition of Our Lady that this pair can take some form.

Sons of Francis (2005)

Directed by Breno Silveira, the film sold 5,319,677 tickets at the time of its release. The production revolves around the duo Zezé di Camargo and Luciano, showing the whole trajectory, from children to the desire that their father, a farmer from the interior of Brazil, had to make his two sons a successful country couple.

Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands (1976)

The 1976 film took about 10,735,524 people to the cinema. The production tells the story of Dona Flor, a woman who is inconsolable with the death of her first husband, making her marry Teodoro Madureira, a pharmacist who is the complete opposite of the late Vandinho. However, as she mourns his death, one day he appears in his bed naked, beginning the whole plot of the Two Husbands. Even though she wants to get rid of Vandinho’s spirit, she feels she needs to quench a strongly uncontrollable desire.