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Kristóf Deák / Short Narrative / Hungary / 2016 / 25 min / Colour / DCP
In Hungarian / Arabic, English subtitles
Interests: Drama, Music, Children
Rated: Parental guidance is advised. Some material may be inappropriate for young children.

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Synopsis

Zsófi is excited to join the choir at her new school, but Miss Erika, the choirmistress, decides Zsófi’s voice is not good enough for the award-winning ensemble – and unfairly instructs her to mime the words rather than singing with the others. Hurt and ashamed, Zsófi plays along for a while, but when her new friend Liza finds out what’s up, the girls hatch a plot. ‘Sing’ is a testament to the power and the spirit of youth.

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About the Directors

Kristóf Deák was born in 1982 in Budapest, and started his career in editing before studying directing at Westminster Film School. He works in London and Budapest, directing short fiction films and television drama. He is currently developing his first feature-length film. His work includes the short films ‘Golf with a Shotgun’ (2010), ‘Germ Free Adolescent’ (2011), ‘Losing It’ (2012), ‘The Boss’ (2012), ‘Monstrosity’ (2013) and ‘Sing’, which won the Academy Award for Best Short Film, and the television series ‘Hacktion’ (2011-12).

Credits

Director
Kristóf Deák
Screenwriter
Kristóf Deák
Producer
Anna Udvardy, Kristóf Deák
Editor
Manó Csillag
Music
Ádám Balázs
Cinematographer
Róbert Maly
Sales Company
New Europe Film Sales
Production Company
Meteor Filmstúdió
Sound
Máté Péterffy
Distributor
Daazo
Cast
Zsófia Szamosi, Dorottya Hais, Dorka Gáspárfalvi, Péter Bregyán, Mónika Garami, Borbála Karádi

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