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Sing (Mindenki) follows a young girl, Zsofi (Gasparfalvi Dorka), who joins a new school. It is an overwhelming experience as Zsofi tries to fit in and becomes friends with Liza (Hais Dorottya), one of the more popular girls in the school. Zsofi decides that she would like to join the prestigious, award winning school choir. Miss Erika(Szamosi Zsofia) is the choir mistress and the national competition is imminent with the winners going to Sweden to

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Zsofi (Gasparfalvi Dorka) is a new student at school, and her experience is less than comfortable. The hall monitors hover over class authoritatively. The teacher barely stops to introduce Zsofi. And the teacher of Zsofi’s favorite subject, choir class, pulls her aside and tells her to mime the words instead of sing them. Mindenki is shot crisp. The aesthetic yields a slightly golden twinge to the frame that is warm and inviting. The dolly that

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Kristof Deák’s ‘SING’: A True Story Of Ambition, Rejection And Solidarity, has been shortlisted for a 2017 Academy Award. http://www.thelondontree.com/film-reviews/kristof-deaks-sing-a-true-story-of-ambition-rejection-and-solidarity/ The film tells a true story of an award winning school choir in Budapest, Hungary. It brings into light the silent secrets of what children in a choir have to go through. Starring two bright child actresses Dorka Gáspárfalvi and Dorottya Hais, the director brings their characters together and makes them a force to reckoned with.  Director Kristof Deák

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In addition to the animated shorts, the Academy has also announced this year’s advancing live-action shorts. They are: “Bon Voyage,” Marc Wilkins, director, and Joël Jent, producer (Dschoint Ventschr Filmproduction) “Ennemis Intérieurs,” Sélim Azzazi, director (Qualia Films) “Graffiti,” Lluis Quilez, director (Participant Media, Euphoria Productions and Ainur Films) “La Femme et le TGV,” Timo von Gunten, director (arbel gmbh) “Nocturne in Black,” Jimmy Keyrouz, director (Columbia University) “The Rifle, the Jackal, the Wolf and the

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By Sing Short Film

At their award ceremony held in Tokyo on the 13th June, Short Shorts Film Festival awarded Sing twice: first, the film took the Best International Short award, then it was named as the winner out of all three category winners: it took the festival’s Grand Prix. Representing Meteor Film at the ceremony and receiving the awards was director-producer Kristof Deák. The international jury lauded the actors’ natural performances and the timeless, culture transcending storyline, as well as

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