Film Archive

Beyond

Animated Film
Hungary
2015
10 minutes
subtitles: 
_without dialogue / subtitles

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József Fülöp
Milán Kopasz
Csaba Kalotás
Balázs Varju Tóth
Judit Czakó
Milán Kopasz, Vivien Sárkány
Milán Kopasz
Péter Benjámin Lukács
A corpulent woman skipping on the beach … five persons in five places in five different situations. Only a few millimetres removed from normality, at the edge of mystery, interlaced by the editing and directed with an amazing combination of different animation techniques. Milán Kopasz orchestrates scenes that seem unrealistically real and have irresistible powers of attraction.

André Eckardt


Nominated for mephisto 97.6 Audience Award
International Programme 2016
Party Dániel Bárány

“Házibuli” is Hungarian for house party. Sometimes meticulously prepared by the host – but the flat will nonetheless be in ruins afterwards.

Party

Animated Film
Hungary
2015
4 minutes
subtitles: 
_without dialogue / subtitles

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József Fülöp
Dániel Bárány
Áron Porteleki, Péter Ajtai, Szabolcs Bognár, Gergő Kováts
Judit Czakó
Dániel Bárány, András Menráth
Dániel Bárány
Lajos Érsek
“Házibuli” is Hungarian for house party. Sometimes meticulously prepared by the host – but the flat will nonetheless be in ruins afterwards. At first everyone is well-behaved, sipping from their glasses and doing small talk. Then the band starts to play: frenetic meetings of mouths, glasses and more and more guests turn into orgiastic dancing. But the morning is the time of hangovers. This diploma film from Budapest’s Moholy Nagy University celebrates the joys of transformation.

Nadja Rademacher


Nominated for mephisto 97.6 Audience Award

Pulse

Documentary Film
Belgium,
Hungary,
Portugal
2015
26 minutes
subtitles: 
English

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Robin Petré, Doc Nomads
Robin Petré
András Emszt
Robin Petré
Robin Petré
María Grazia Goya
Robin Petré
Rudolf Varhegyi, Asia Dér, María Grazia Goya, Kimberly Ivany, Tanya Haurylchyk
When stags are kept in captivity the borderline between autonomy and servitude runs through every single individual animal. The relationship between man’s claim to power and the authentic elegance of the wild beast must be continuously rebalanced. With “Pulse”, Danish filmmaker Robin Petré has produced an entrancingly beautiful work and an astute reflection on the history and present state of this kind of animal husbandry.

Ralph Eue



Silver Dove in the International Competition Short Documentary and Animated Film 2016