This is also the story of those who remain silent, who imprison, who kill. And as always, they destroy thousands of books, books that contain stories and lives. It’s also about how ideas and life resist oppression and arise again, like plants growing in the cracks of a wall. This is also the conflict between simple beauty of life and the ambition of a progress at any cost that crashes individual dreams.
The project takes part in Animation! Pitching Sessions and gets the WEIRD Animation award. View more
The project will receive mentoring and support from CITIA in an optimal working environment. View more
Hanta obtains the Ibermedia Development 2020 fund.
"In an environment where you have to confront ideas that you think are good... but that are not always good, the project has achieved to consolidate itself". View more
In the midst of the pandemic, this edition of the Annecy festival will be a hybrid edition. Those selected will make a video-pitch that will be available online. View more
"In Europe, they understand that funding from one country alone is not enough to make animated films; collaboration between countries is encouraged, and thus financing the production". View more
"The residency has been a very important reflector for the search for co-production partners. For the first time they start looking for us." View more
The Hungarian-Canadian director, screenwriter of the breadwinner (2017), an Oscar-nominated film, shares a letter about co-writing Hanta. View more
Together with 2 other projects in progress, Hanta will be presented for the first time to a Czech audience. Hrabal, a bastion of Czech literature will be the focus of attention. View more
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