Experiencing Interruptions?


A child’s experiences at her rural grandparents come to life in haiku-like images. The connection between the child’s spirit and nature is both personal and universal, general and symbolic. The scenes of the film are mosaic pieces that incorporated throughout the creation.

  • Ágnes GyŐRFI
  • Ágnes GyŐRFI
  • József FÜLÖP
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    Animation, Short
  • Runtime:
    7 minutes 21 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    January 1, 2020
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  • Student Project:
  • 27th Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film
Director Biography - Ágnes GyŐRFI

I was born in 08.09.1991 in Hungary, Szeged. In 2012 I started my studies in Moholy-Nagy University of Art where I could gain experience and get to know lot of technics such as traditional and digital drawing animation, puppet animation and 3D. In 2014 I had a possibility to go Lisbon and have a semester in Lusofóna University via Erasmus. I finished my BA studies in 2015 June. From September 2015 until 2017 June I took part in a scolarship program called “Darmasiswa” where I could learn about Indonesian culture and art in Institute Seni Indonesia Surakarta. From 2017 until 2019 I was the student of Moholy-Nagy University of Art again took part in MA Animation program.

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Director Statement

We all have childhood memories that we carry throughout our lives. These tiny stories may seem insignificant to the outside but they are an important part of our lives. I have gathered similar tiny stories that based on my first memories at my grandparent’s farms in the countryside. It was a place where I could meet nature for the first time.
It’s beauty, cruelty and mysticism had a big impression on me as a child.
I have the most determinative and important childhood memories from this period.
The film made me realize what are the really important moments of life which always has connection with nature and spirituality.