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47th Hungarian Congress – Programs in English

AHPresentations in ENGLISH (or Bi-Lingual)

 

 

 

 

FRIDAY 2007 november 23

1:15 pm Ritz Room

English & Hungarian
FILM – Wounded Celebration, Rendezője Pesty László és a Pesty Fekete Doboz; With English subtitles, documentary film about the peaceful remembrance to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 1956 Revolution in Budapest, thwarted by the police in a series of intimidating and terrorizing measures of unprecedented dimensions.

2:00 pm Ritz Room

Andrea Lauer Rice (Atlanta, GA): “Reaching out to the Second Generation” (We are at a major crossroads.
What does the future hold for Hungarian Americans, assimilation or a viable networking community?)

2:30 Ritz Room

Dr. Scarlett Antalóczy (Canada): “Music and Medicine”.
(Integrating music, medicine, and the arts)

7:00 pm Grand Ballroom

Wass de Czege Huba : “Memories of my Father, Albert Wass de Czege” (Musical & Literary Evening
Friday afternoon Rácz Zsuzsa (Cleveland, OH): Complimentary Translation of Hungarian-English Documents for Guests of the
Hungarian Congress (sign up for times at Registration Desk on 6th floor)

Friday afternoon

Rácz Zsuzsa (Cleveland, OH): Complimentary Translation of Hungarian-English Documents for Guests of the
Hungarian Congress (sign up for times at Registration Desk on 6th floor)

 

 

SATURDAY 2007 november 24

9:30-11:30 6th floor

The Book of the Forest, written by Albert Wass – Children’s Program (ages
4-10) – in English & Hungarian; includes Stories, Games and Crafts. Organized by the Hungarian Association
Board members: Dr. Ildikó Kondray, Ildikó Peller and Kuni Nádas. Please bring the little ones!

12:00 p.m. Grand Ballroom

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Brigadier General (Retd) Huba Wass de Czege: “Towards a Strategy of Positive Ends; Reflections on a New Policy towards US National Security”

3:30 Ritz Room

Dr. Scarlett Antalóczy (Canada): Freedom ’56: Music and Literary Presentation”
(including personal accounts of the Hungarian Revolution and its aftermath).

4:00 Ritz Room

Dániel Dukán, student, was unlawfully detained by
Hungarian police during the October 2006 1956. Revolution memorial in BP. He will recount his ordeal and
accept questions from audience (in English & Hungarian).

 

 

SUNDAY 2007 november 25

10:30 a.m. Ritz Room

Hungarian
Freedom Dance,(released 2007) animated documentary, Steven Fischer & Craig Herron (4 months in the lives of
artist Edward Hilbert & wife Judy during 1956 Hungarian revolution. Story of the Hilbert’s eventful escape
intercutting original character driven animation w/recorded interviews & photos. (Winner of 2007 Peer Awards,
Documentary, Washington DC.; Official selection at Utopia Film Festival, Greenbelt, MD)

 

 

 

 

2007 Presentations in English

2007 Presentations in English