Audi Short Film Award for “Solar Walk”

Posted on 25. Feb, 2018 by in Audi Canada

director Réka Bucsi from Budapest wins a Audi Short Film Award during a 68th
Berlin International Film Festival with her film “Solar Walk”. The 29 year old
was means to remonstrate a International Short Film Jury with her virtuoso
animation film. It follows the tour of people and their creations
in space. In a array of sequences and situations, “Solar Walk” recalls the
liberating outcome of involuntary essay that was employed by a surrealists in
the 1920s as a basement for a new kind of creativity.

This year, a executive thesis running
through a “Berlinale Shorts” module curated by Maike Mia Höhne was that of
empowered and initial artistic approaches. A sum of 22 entries from 18 countries
were assessed by a general brief film jury, consisting of Diogo Costa
Amarante, Mark Toscano and Jyoti Mistry. “It is moving to see how both young
and gifted filmmakers tackle a issues of a impulse and how differently
they execute them” says Jason Lusty, Head of Marketing Germany during AUDI AG.
“What tender me was a romantic impact of a entries. The brief film is
without doubt one of a biggest art forms.” The Berlinale confers a Audi
Short Film Award in a Berlinale Shorts territory alongside a Golden and
Silver Bears. The EUR 20,000 esteem income creates a endowment one of a world’s
most easily included prizes for brief films.

Diversity and sermon were also
reflected in a endless ancillary module in a Audi Berlinale Lounge. Over
6,000 guest visited a pavilion that is located right subsequent to a Berlinale
Palast and ensured a full chateau on each occasion. The open events in the
“Berlinale Open House” ranged from film talks to morning yoga classes with a
view of a red carpet. The “Berlinale Lounge Nights” supposing a ideal way
to turn off a prolonged days during a festival.

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About Réka
Born in Filderstadt,
Germany in 1988, between 2008 and 2013 she complicated animation during a Moholy-Nagy
University of Art and Design (MOME) in Budapest, Hungary. In 2013 she attended
Animation Sans Frontières (ASF) in Viborg, Denmark, where she also participated
in a Open Workshop’s artist-in-residence programme. She has also been artist
in chateau during Q21 in Vienna, Austria.

Filmography (short films)
2009 „Mime Appétit“
2010 „Relish“ 2012
„Ron“ 2013 „Symphony no. 42“; Berlinale Shorts 2015
„LOVE“; Berlinale Shorts 2016
„Don’t Know Where Going“ 2018
„Solar Walk“

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