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Tales From The Prison Cell en post-production

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- Les liens entre pères détenus et enfants à la maison au cœur du premier long d’Ábel Visky. Un documentaire produit par Proton Cinema et vendu par Taskovski Films

Tales From The Prison Cell en post-production

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The shoot for the creative documentary Tales from the Prison Cell [+lire aussi :
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 by Ábel Visky, which kicked off two years ago, has just wrapped. This is the feature debut by the 31-year-old Romanian-born director, who studied at the Academy of Drama and Film in Budapest under the tutelage of Ildikó Enyedi and János Szász, and who made a name for himself with various short films, such as Playfellows and Romanian Sunrise.

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Tales from the Prison Cell, the screenplay for which was written by the director himself, revolves around the relationship between fathers in prison and their children at home. In addition to the focus of presenting three incarcerated fathers, we gain an insight into the forever-altered lives of their families and children. As we become familiar with their daily lives, we witness the distance and even the closeness that grows between the inmates and their families. As a way of keeping contact, the inmates write fairy tales for their kids, which are then made into films with the children playing the lead roles. The stories convey messages that the fathers have come to see as basic truths during the course of their own lives and believe are important to pass on. Within these stories, in the freedom created by fiction, father and child can be united once again.

Produced by Eszter Gyárfás for Proton Cinema, with Viktória Petrányi serving as line producer, Tales from the Prison Cell is being co-produced by London-based outfit Taskovski Films (which will also take care of the international sales), Croatia’s Fade In and Hungary’s Arisona MPS, with backing from the Incubator programme of the Hungarian National Film Fund, the Croatian Film Fund (HAVC) and Creative Europe. The DoPs on the film were Zágon Nagy and István Kürti, and the editing will be entrusted to László Hargittai and Anna Vághy.

As a reminder, Proton Cinema has produced all of Kornél Mundruczó’s films (Pleasant Days [+lire aussi :
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, Johanna [+lire aussi :
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, Delta [+lire aussi :
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, Tender Son – The Frankenstein Project [+lire aussi :
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White God [+lire aussi :
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 and Jupiter’s Moon [+lire aussi :
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), as well as For Some Inexplicable Reason [+lire aussi :
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 and, more recently, Bad Poems [+lire aussi :
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by Gábor Reisz, Land of Storms [+lire aussi :
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 by Ádám Császi and Guerilla [+lire aussi :
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 by György Mór Kárpáti, which was world-premiered at the end of January at Göteborg and is set to hit Hungarian screens on 7 March.

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