The concept of the film is based on the physical and emotional behaviour of breathing. This vital living function is manifested in an artificial and yet organic material, plastic, as well as in a human body. The film questions physical existence and movements as dance on screen, through the metamorphosis of a body.
2. Szerpentin Dance Film Festival 2019
Best Dance Film and Audience Award for Hungarian shorts
Director: Hana Yamazaki Producer: József Fülöp Tutors: Tibor Bánóczki, Alex Reuben, Réka Gacs Cinematographer: Balázs Varju Tóth Animation supervisor: Milán Kopasz Editor: Vanda Gorácz Dancer: Gabriella Bathó Sound design: Péter Benjámin Lukács Music: Bálint Szabó Production manager: Katalin Harrer Line producer: Orsolya Sipos Production assistant: Nadja Andrasev Gaffer: Attila Berta DIT technician: Bálint Orosz Color grading: Levente Salma Set construction coordinator: Dorka Kiss Set construction: Dániel Bíró, Tamás Spitzmüller The ghost puppet design: Milán Kopasz, Hana Yamazaki Model for the ghost puppet: Orsolya Budai Choreography development: Adrienn Bacsics, Christa Bartesch, Hana Yamazaki Filming assistance: Máté Somorjai, Flóra Pálhegyi, Natália Azevedo Andrade, Gábor Mariai Additional animation support: Réka Gacs, Dániel Huszár, Nadja Andrasev Post production: Post Office Films Studios: art quarter budapest, Pannónia Filmstúdió, Gaston Studio, Workshop Foundation,Saint Audio Studio Production company: MOME Anim / Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Supported by: Hungarian National Film Fund
Animated dance film with music “Borrwing” by Tom Rosenthal
This is a project I started with Máté Somorjai in 2016. We collected about 1000 used ice-cream spoons and made a curtain out of them! The installation had to be moved recently and now it’s installed next to our office. Check out facebook page.