MOME Media Nights presents BEST OF 9TH BUSHO 2013
Established in 2004 by a group of young Hungarian filmmakers, originally BuSho aimed at filling a gap in the category of short film in Hungary, but it soon became an international film festival presenting shorts from all around the world.
The selection based on the 2013 festival screenings was put together especially for MOME Media Nights by Tamás Gábeli, curator of BuSho who will personally participate in the event and is happy to answer the questions of the audience after the 70 minute screening.
Even though in 2013 there were several MOME Anim winners, the present selection contains other films, as the MOME films have been screened several times at the university or at events organized by it.
Date: 24th March 2014 (Monday), 18:00-19:40
Venue: Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest, Auditorium
(1121 Budapest, Zugligeti út 9-25.)
The films are either English speaking or are screened with English subtitles!
BuSho Award 2013 for BEST ANIMATION
Dji. Death fails / Dmitri Voloshin / 3:56 / Animation / Moldova
A truck driver falls asleep at the wheel and ends up in hospital. The Grim Reaper gets there like lightning and plays with the electrocardiogram wave like a DJ.
BuSho Award 2013 for BEST COMEDY
Pitääkö mun kaikki hoitaa? / Do I Have to Take Care of Everything?
Selma Vilhunen / 6:35 / Fiction / Finland
A comedy about a chaotic morning in a family with kids and a mother who is determined to take care of everything herself.
BuSho Award 2013 for BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Efímera / Ephimeral / Diego Modino / 15:00 / Fiction / Spain
Alicia dreams of becoming a ballet dancer. In the cozy windmill where she lives with her grandmother, she waits for the moment to go to the long-awaited audition. But out there, the world is not as idyllic as she
BuSho Award 2013 for BEST IDEA/SCREENPLAY
Lettres de femmes / Women’s Letters / Augusto Zanovello / 11:15 / Animation / France / Puppetmovie
On the battle fields of the First World War, the nurse Simon patches up the shattered faces of the infantrymen with love letters. These words from beloved women have the power to heal the wounds of these paper soldiers.
BuSho Award 2013 BEST PERFORMANCE JOEY JEETUN & VERONICA CLIFFORD IN
Don’t let the door hit you on your way out / Yannis Tsakiridis / 7:00 / Fiction / UK
A red wire, an old lady and Middle Eastern man, is a problem to be solved by the ticket inspector in a rush hour London bus.
GOLD BUSHO PRIZE 2013
Abgestempelt / Punched / Michael Rittmannsberger / 11:00 / Fiction / Austria
On a nightly bus ride, the thin line between good and evil gets devastatingly blurred…
BUSHO AUDIENCE FAVOURITES:
Metube: August sings Carmen ‘Habanera’ / Daniel Moshel / 4:00 / Experimental / Austria
MeTube , a homage to thousands of ambitious YouTube users and video bloggers, gifted and less gifted self-promoters on the Internet, has attracted international attention.
Psychedelic breakfast / Vadim Viner / 5:40 / Fiction / Russia
Peeping Tom is conducting experiments in film lab, but suddenly everything goes out of control.
Felix / Anselm Belser / 00:43 / Fiction / Germany
Every action has its consequences.
Pelle Plutt / Lenny Lump / Per von Koch / 3:00 / Experimental / Sweden
Based on an old 19-word, swedish nursery rhyme called Pelle Plutt who was a man that jumped across a river and lost his toe. This is what happens when we add images to the mayhem.
Walkin’ the Dog / Bálint Kelen / 1:00 / Animation / Hungary
Short movie to a song from 1943