Hungarian animated film competes at Berlinale

Hungarian animated film competes at Berlinale

Domonkos Erhardt’s animation From The Corner of My Eyes will be screened at one of Europe’s most prestigious film festivals.

We can cross our fingers for Domonkos Erhardt’s animation From The Corner of My Eyes at the 73rd Berlin International Film Festival, which starts on the 16th of February. The film, made with the support of the Film Institute of the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME), will premiere in the Generation 14+ program of one of the world’s most prestigious film festivals.

The short film, which skillfully captures the atmosphere of the Hungarian capital, while also featuring the Budapest panorama, shows the moment when the lives of two strangers, meet for a moment through a glimpse of an eye. A boy rocking along the bouncy bus ride on his way home to his girlfriend notices a nice girl sitting on the opposite side of the bus, who makes him flustered. Although their eyes meet only in the reflection of the window, the boy gives in to the temptation and imagines what it would be like to be with the girl on the bus.

MOME Animation, which has achieved outstanding success in recent years, will start a new chapter in autumn 2023, where the internationally renowned course will be continued in English, with additional specializations. In addition to the Film Directing course, students will also have the option of specializing in Game Design or Immersive Storytelling.

Watch the trailer of the film here:

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