A collection of eight short movies, 8 to 15 minutes long each, vaguely interconnected and, above all, with a unifying thread comprised of their depiction of the current reality in the Hungarian capital.
A production under the sign of “Here and Now”, which also works as a manifesto as its authors wish to demonstrate the existence of a new way of producing quality films in Hungary, which are not necessarily “traditional” films, or amateur works aimed at the Internet.
They all graduated in the same year from the University of Theatre and Film Arts of Budapest and decided to pursue one of their ideas from their student days by producing and directing a small-budget collective film centered on the Hungarian capital.
These young filmmakers have already been noticed and rewarded in international festivals: Bálint Szimler, was selected in Cannes in 2010 for the Cinéfondation programme and György Mór Kárpáti was a contender in the short film competition at the Berlinale 2011.
Dániel Bálint, László Csuja, Aron Ferenczik, Erika Kapronczai, György Mor Kárpáti, András Pires Muhi, Attila Pluhár, Gabor Reisz, Péter Szeiler and Bálint Szimler.