Saturday, 03 June 2017, 3pm
51 Powis St, Woolwich, London SE18 6HZ
The best of recent Hungarian Short films
We are proud to present some of the best Hungarian short films and animated shorts of the past few years at a screening in artFix Woolwich. The programme features the 2017 Oscar-winning short film, Sing, the student Oscar nominee Beautiful Figure, and the Oscar shortlisted Symphony No. 42, among other multi-award winning animations.
Symphony No. 42. by Réka Bucsi
This film presents a subjective world through 47 scenes, conveying the irrational coherence of our surroundings through small moments that are interlaced with emotion and associations. The surreal situations are based on interactions between human and nature. Every small movement affects another, ultimately building an unpredictable and irrational system.
Rabbit and Deer by Péter Vácz, Attila Bertóti
Rabbit and Deer are living happily and careless until their friendship is put to the test by Deer's new obsession to find the formula for the 3rd dimension. After an unexpected accident Deer finds himself in a new world, unknown to him. Separated by dimensions the two friends have to find the way back to each other.
LOVE by Réka Bucsi
LOVE is a short film describing affection in 3 different chapters, through an impact on a distant solar system. Abstract haiku-like situations reveal the change in atmosphere on one planet, caused by the change of gravity and light. This pulsing planet makes the inhabitants become one with each other in various ways
Hey Deer! by Örs Bárczy
Animation about an adorable, cocoa-drinking deer who is eager to tidy and shoveling in front of his house every day. However, there is a suspicious earthquake all night which causes the mess day by day...
Beautiful Figure by Hajni Kis
A high-school cleaning lady falls in love with one of the female students in the school.
Nominee: Student Academy Awards 2016 - Best Foreign Language Short Film
Superbia by Luca Tóth
The native people of the surrealistic land of Superbia, where men and women form separate societies, face the changes sparked by the first equal couple in their history.
Sing by Kristóf Deák
Zsofi has found it challenging to fit in at her new school, but her outlook begins to change when she is admitted to the school's famous choir. That is, until she learns that the choir director may not be the inspirational teacher she is touted to be. It will take Zsofi and her new friend Liza to reveal the truth.