This year there will be no Hungarian featured films in Cannes
This year, however, there will be no Hungarian feature films in one of the world's most largest film festival, but we have an Hungarian film to cheer. Nadja Andrasev’s animated short film, A nyalintás nesze yesterday revealed in the Cinéfondation section.
In early February, the Hungarian Film Critics selected the short film as the year's best animated film. Andrasev, who have done the film at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Department of animation said, that she was inspired by a short story by Ádám Bodor.
Andrasev film will compete with 17 other works in the Cinéfondation program, including the United States, Romania, South Korea and France.
As for Cannes: last year Son of Saul was introduced here to the public, and began the Oscar-long march. This year, however Hungarian feature film has not been included in this program.