The author’s copy of Deleted Frank is in black and white, in order to create an authentic experience, using the documentary tools of the period, in honor of the official language of the Budapest School (including Judith Ember, Pall Scheffer, Gyula Gzdag, Béla Tar, Laszlo Fitzy). The form is also a message, as the Budapest School was unable to access subjects that would show the true face of power. During this era, works were censored and banned, and creators were intimidated and expelled through Secret Service tactics. When we watch Erase Frank, we can be a part of these silent stories.
At the end of 1989, it was donaghet The scandal of the destruction of documents and documents, several tons of documents were destroyed in the courtyard of the Ministry of the Interior. The work was only stopped at the end of January 1990, but by that time it had disappeared as the last sign of a dictatorship that had to disappear, leaving us with few relevant documents from the 1980s.
Fabricius’ black and white film art program is also a politics of memory politics. It aims to beautifully show the true face of a false dictatorship, a parallel reality that is censored, denial, and lies, by recreating devastating documents based on imaginative and diverse research.
For the first time in black and white at the Venice International Film Festival, the world will see Erase Franco. In the Critics’ Week section, on September 5, international audiences can learn about the dictatorship of the Kadar era from the film Fabricius. One of the most notable mustard films in the world, the Venice International Film Festival is the oldest festival in the history of cinema. In addition to Cannes and Berlin, Venice is one of the top three international film festivals, and it is a great honor to be included in its selection.
On October 7, 2021, Elkölölni Frankot will debut in Hungarian cinemas – distributed by Mozinet – according to the needs of the times. The author’s black and white copy will be shown in art cinemas in Hungary.
Erase Franko is set in 1983, Behind the Iron Curtain. Frank, the chief of the Underground Division, could not get along with the Orwellian silence of socialism. He goes to psychiatry, where the regime is secretly trying to silence his enemies. A serious journey begins in search of answers to the fateful dilemmas of society.
Benjámin Fuchs, better known as Filo, one of the most promising talents of Hungarian underground music, plays the main role of Ercoltny Francotte. The young actress from Transylvania Belize, who has already won many international awards, and Junior Prima winner Andrea Waskovics also played an important role in the film. – , Miklos B. And Andrea Ladani also played roles.
The cinematographer for the film is Tamas Dubos, the visual designer is Egert Kettleson, and the editors are Kis Wanda and Tosa Ritter Bernadette. Tamas Zannii was responsible for the sound and Judith Sinkovics for the costumes. Gabor Fabricius’ advisor was director Gyula Gazdag.
Award-winning writer and film director Gabor Fabricius and media designer Cannes Golden Media Lyon, EPICA and CLIO. A master’s graduate from Central Saint Martins College in London, his previous work also has a perspective of social criticism and documentaries.
with his short films (Skinner, dialogue) He has been invited to over a hundred international film festivals, including in Toronto (TIFF), London, Boston and Mumbai and won awards. His novel Another Planet was published by the European publishing house and was nominated for the Aegon Literary Prize in 2016.
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