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On 02, Jan 2018 | In | By superchannel

Granny Project

 

Three grandsons embark with their grannies on an anarchic journey into the past – a complex road movie about intergenerational dialogue in Great Britain, Germany and Hungary. Granny Project is a coming of age story of three young men and a ‘coming out of age’ tale of their grandmothers, an experiment to form a language which the forthcoming generations could use to keep the values, generated in the 20th century, alive. The film deals with classic values and taboo-like historical topics – and the method used is equally important as it gives an insight to the zeitgeist of the young today.

 

Trailer

 

Crew:

Director: Bálint Révész

Writer: Merredith Colchester, Ruben Woodin-Dechamps, Révész Bálint

DOP: Ruben Woodin-Dechamps

Editor: Károly Szalay

Music: Albert Márkos

Electronic music: Ábris Gryllus

Sound: Gábor Erdélyi  Junior

Producer: László Kántor , Bálint Révész

Coproducer: Mariann Kiss , Merredith Colchester, Ruben Woodin-Dechamps

Associate producer: Ágnes Horváth-Szabó, Patricia D’intinio, Orban Wallace

Production: Új Budapest Filmstúdió, Gallivant Film

Hungarian Sales: Elf Pictures

World Sales: Berta Film, Blue Penguin, Go2Film,

 

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Nominated by Super Channel:

“In an era of generation gaps, when personal contact is in extinction, it is extraordinary to see that 3 guys, being in their twenties, dedicate several months, even years to their grandmothers’ stories. Beyond the fact that they show the significance of time spent together, they take the challenge to connect 3 absolutely different cultures, worldviews, historical interpretations, that by the end of the movie most likely will blend into one common message. It is an extra joy that in the past few years there are such great documentaries in the collection of HOH. We are living the golden age of a genre that was thought to have become a bygone!”