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Táncosok | Dancers 2019

  • Kristóf Dávid Keszthelyi
  • Bence Mátyássy
  • Kristóf Dávid Keszthelyi
    Written and directed
  • Brigitta Gabriella Hollo
  • László Gálffi
    Key Cast
    Main character
  • Piroska Móga
    Key Cast
  • Bence Mátyássy
    Key Cast
  • László Kende
    Key Cast
    Chess player 1
  • Péter Kende
    Key Cast
    Chess player 2
  • Anna erdőfi
  • Kristóf Dávid Keszthelyi
  • Ágoston Andréka
    Audio Engineer
  • Gergő Garami
    Graphic designer
  • Renátó Micura
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  • Genres:
    Drama, Romantic
  • Runtime:
    5 minutes 45 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    January 8, 2019
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    4K DCI
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Distribution Information
  • Kristóf Dávid Keszthelyi
    Country: Hungary
    Rights: All Rights
Director Biography

Birth name: Kristóf Dávid Keszthelyi
Born: November 11, 2000 in Budapest, Hungary

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Director Statement

I am an 19 years old student from Hungary with a strong passion in motion picture, cinematography in particular. My aim is to create films that have something memorable to say with unique visual elements, and to get as much inspiration as I can from other filmmakers. I hope that I will be able to give inspiration for others as well.

I believe that by blending different art majors, such as music, visual storytelling, dance, or even literature, one can create a more powerful piece than by using one art form alone. Since one’s inspiration can be so distinct from others, I believe that there are no projects equivalent to others even though they might elaborate the same theme. In fact, each of my projects or the ones I took part in have been and will be very different, varied. I have also found that each person takes something different out of a project, a movie. That specific part tells a lot about that individual. Everybody interprets, evaluates an artwork slightly or far off differently than others, just like creators create uniquely. Those distinctness might be observed mostly between generations. Older generations are prone to go back to certain memories, relive the ones that defined them the most. In comparison, our generation sets its goals far ahead in time and sometimes misses those times worth to remember. The rushing world we are living in forms our lives so much that sometimes we don’t just pass by important events, we even forget those that made us who we are. It is not a malfunction of the brain, wet just simply started to rely on material things, including memories. Today we take pictures to remember, but there are so many of them that the indeed significant ones just blend in, letting it to fade with time. Surely, fading has always been a normal attendant of memories, but somehow the most valuable memories were remembered more in details, more vividly than nowadays in our digitalised reality.

The last film I made (Táncosok I Dancers) had its inspiration from a memorable movie, LaLaLand. This movie drew my attention to mixing arts, and also to the raison d’étre of old-fashioned merits in today’s life. LaLaLand touched me, challenged me to create a movie of my own, to use the influence of the past and present, and to share a story that people may not have seen like that.