24th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival
This ironic found-footage collage created from raw footage originally shot for the Közért (“For the Public”) retail chain, a state-run network of shops in Hungary during communism, shows the problems of eating and nutrition in state-run economies, lives and images.
"35 mm reels of socialist food advertisements were put in the soil to rot and decay." P. Lichter
The Hungarian film-maker Péter Lichter (1984) uses found footage to create lyrical works and documentaries. He often leaves the perforation, soundtrack and split screen, consisting of more than one image within a frame, in his films. He is a master of socially critical compression. The Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival presented his films Non-Places: Beyond the Infinite (2016), and 8th October 2016 (2016).
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|music:||Ádám Márton Horváth|