Filmek / Nemzetközi versenyprogram 2012
EXPERIMENTAL FILMS 2. (71')
Bicycle, present and past, fish and birds, visions, memories. The girl, the boy, and the faint possibility of drowning…
Vegetation is peacefully taking roots on the planet and everything seems to live in harmony.
But a sticky mushroom starts taking over the place insidiously, to finally destroy this ideal world.
In a flooded city two existentialist artists climb out of the water. Will they adapt to the situation?
Nekropolis – a city as an autonomous organism, shifting rhythmically between construction and deconstruction.
Encyclopaedia of Vienna pavement…
In the highest building of a city empty of inhabitants, a man goes up the stairs. Out of breath, he sits down in the middle of the way. Suddenly, a man jumps over his head and rushes down the stairs. Paying no attention to this unexpected encounter, the first man continues his way up. Exhausted by ...
In this handmade film, composed of more than 4000 collages, the actress Lillian Gish is seamlessly appropriated from silent-era cinema and plunged into a new and haunting role. Night Hunter evokes a disquieting dreamscape, drawn from allegory, myth and archetype. Music and sound by Larry Polansky.
She already sits there. All day long she could hear him.
She takes off. Finally walks into the kitchen (adding).
The shadow (us two) and the black flood.
She listens carefully (16.00 Hz).
And what is important stops existing (I can't be without you).
A young boy and his parents walk around in a carnival. The mother encourages her son to have a go on a ghost train, alone. Apprehensively, the child accepts. Across the tunnel, he will find himself in a real train where he will be confronted to himself and grow up.
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We summarised the results of the MEDIAWAVE Summer Film Camp during the Ördögkatlan Festival (click here).
On the 4th of May, 2013, avoiding the protocol-centered award ceremony clichés of big film festivals, the organisers attempted to find a more human-centered and personal form of giving the awards and closing the 23rd Gathering in the Fort Monostor.