Experiencing Interruptions?


3D animated work of art where the surreal meets with realism. In the short we come across a strange misshaped entity in a dim lit environment. As we go further things go out of hand quickly and hell rises from bellow. The work’s narrative is based on it’s own soundscape witch was created by the artist. The imagery of the scenes are very realistic almost close to photorealism to display the nonexistent place in a really precise way. The concept of the short could generate a lot of kind of emotions and thoughts so it’s up to the viewer to find his own interpretations.

  • Bence Sipos
  • Bence Sipos
  • Bence Sipos
    Sound editor
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    Animation, Experimental, Short, Student
  • Genres:
    Experimental, Abstract, Avant-garde, Surrealism
  • Runtime:
    2 minutes 15 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    November 28, 2019
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    3D Animation
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Director Biography - Bence Sipos

Hungarian indie filmmaker, visual artist. He makes documentary shorts and experimental videos. Sipos studied filmmaking and animation at the University of Kaposvár and communication theories and journalism at the University of West Hungary. In his documentary shorts his love and curiosity for historical and cultural themes are undeniable. Overall his main focus is to know the people better through the medium of film. The experimental works of Sipos are very much differs from his short films however he likes to playfully create in any kind of art form. His 3D and animated short always could wrapped around the unknown and strange, bizarre spaces and forms. His works heavily inspired by different kind of spiritual beliefs and his shorts often could get a deeper, metaphorical meaning by it’s viewers interpretation. His documentary short “Unexpected castle at the border” won the 25th National Student Film festival in the young filmmaker category and he got several other awards in various festivals. He regularly writes reviews and different kind of articles in printed format and online as well in a national magazine called Funiversity. He exhibited his animated works in a group exhibition at the Rippl Gallery in Kaposvár. His documentary short “Walking on the path” represented the University of Kaposvár in the short film section at the 34th National Artistic Students’ Associations’s competition.

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Director Statement

It is a student film I made at the University of Kaposvár, Rippl-Rónai Faculty of Arts. The goal was to make a short movie without any restriction in the aspect of genres. The only criteria was to create something which reacts to the sounds that we recorded and modified earlier. I had a strong vision about my soundscape which I wanted to accomplish so I started working. A mysterious place came alive and strong emotions begin to battle in the screen. I think every situation has a solution so the bright light of a lunar shape ends the short movie as a metaphor of some kind of hope.