Did not get to hear the video for technical issues on this side. A couple of questions.
Are these folks Hungarian instructors?
Are they their demo team?
Could this be part of their associations teaching progression?
Somebody was talking Jobert books a few posts back, this is sort of reminiscent of that time period. You could tell an Frenchman from an Austrian, Japanese, US, Canadian,.... They are different,having no association with Hungarian instructors, wonder if this could be the official Hungarian ski technique we see. Not so much new school/old school. just Hungarian.
The one guy in the second piece carving the short radius fall line turns from the lower body position. If that is old school it is still sweet. Very reminiscent of Joberts' serpentine turns. More paprika in the goulash please.