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Another mystery surrounds Katinka Hoszu, who held an audience meeting in Florida

Another mystery surrounds Katinka Hoszu, who held an audience meeting in Florida

The biographical film Katinka will be released in cinemas in Hungary in May 2022. It is a hundred-minute work produced by Szupermodern Stúdió and supported by the National Film Institute. There is also an English version. For the first time since the pandemic, Katinka Hoszu presented the film to a full house at the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, courtesy of the Liszt Institute in New York, in the HungarianHub organization – Hungarians in America and with the support of Hungarian communities. in Florida,” announced the Facebook page of the nonprofit organization HungarianHub – Hungarians in America.

Katinka Hoszu on the label – they were waiting for it

From the publication, we can learn that Katinka Hoszu, who announced her pregnancy a few days ago, spoke with Perros Pazurek, President of HungarianHub, after the screening of the film, about how she sees the impact of America on her career. Among the audience were many children, young people and athletes, who, in addition to “technical advice”, were most interested in how Katinka Hossz had stayed motivated over the years.

The HungarianHub-Hungarians in America Facebook page also reported that Katinka Hoszu made a “generous declaration,” but that it will be officially announced at the Hungarian Summit in Budapest on June 8. But it will be revealed sooner: “Let this be a surprise until next week!” – stated in the post.

You had to register to attend the audience meeting, the entry fee was $35, and additional proceeds and donations will be used to help Hungarian children in need.

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Meet Katinka Hoszu and Timea Babos

Incidentally, Katinka Hoszu faced Timi Babos in Miami. Unfortunately, Tímea Babos and Kristina Mladenovic lost 6:4, 7:6 (7-3) to Canadian and American duo Laila Fernandez and Taylor Townsend in the first round of the women’s doubles at the $8.8 million Solidarity Tennis Championships.

Cover photo: Katinka Hoszu hit it big (Source: Facebook/HungarianHub – Hungarians in America)

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