EN - Fabric of Time takes us to 1980s Hungary through sound recordings, photographs and performative re-enactments of childhood. By means of a three-layered structure, the cinematic experiment implicitly talks about the author's point of view on his family's history and domestic conflict, while constructing memories for the years purposefully forgotten.

NL - Fabric of Time neemt ons mee naar de jaren 80 van Hongarije door middel van foto’s, geluidopnames en performatieve re-enactments van de kindertijd. Het cinematografische experiment spreekt middels een drielagige structuur impliciet over het standpunt van de auteur op zijn familiegeschiedenis en huiselijk conflict, terwijl het nieuwe herinneringen construeert voor de opzettelijk vergeten jaren.

HU - A Foszló idő családtörténeti film, amely alaphelyzete az emlékek újraértelmezése. A jelen és a múlt idősíkjainak párhuzamos vizsgálatával egyszerre látjuk a nyolcvanas évek és a jelen életképeit. Csakhogy a nyolcvanas évek dokumentumai egy korántsem harmonikus helyzetről tudósitanak: így válik a film egy kísértetjárta családi legendáriummá.

Info

Title Fabric of Time
Original title Foszló idő
Original version Hungarian
Status Completed
Production Minority Flemish
Category Shorts , Lab
Genre experimental documentary
Year of production 2013
World première / first public presentation 2013-10-15

Credits

Cast Ambrózy György, Ambrózy Virág, Caroline Daish, Maxim Daish-Belay, Alexis Tsiamoglou
Photography Boris Belay, Sébastien Koeppel
Editing Rudi Maerten
Sound Miki Ambrózy, Patrick Codenys
Music Kostas Hanis
Choreographer Andreas Chanis

Technical specs

Running time film 40'
Release format Blu-ray
Aspect ratio 16:9
Sound format stereo
Colour Colour
Available in 2D

Partners

Main producer Miki Ambrózy
Main production company Miki Ambrózy Film Production
Supported by LUCA - Sint-Lukas School of Arts

Awards

2013: winner filmlab wildcard - VAF Wildcardcompetition (BE)

New batch of wildcard laureates announced

Six promising young filmmakers have been awarded a wildcard, handed out by the Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF) through its annual VAF wildcard competition. Maaike Neuville’s Sonnet 81 and Deben Van Dam’s The Way of All Flesh were laureled among the fiction shorts; Juliette Joffé received a documentary wildcard for Maybe Darkness, as did Hannes Verhoustraete for 28 Rue Brichaut. This year’s animation wildcard went to Nienke Deutz for One, Two, Three, Piano! while Miki Ambrózy’s Fabric of Time earned him a wildcard in the filmlab section of the competition.

Maybe DarknessThe wildcard competition organised by the Flanders Audiovisual Fund has already proven its value over the last few years. Its history includes previous winners such as Tom Van Avermaet (Death of a Shadow), Sahim Omar Kalifa (Land of the HeroesBaghdad Messi), Gust Van den Berghe (Little Baby Jesus of FlandrBlue Bird) and Gilles Coulier (IcelandMont Blanc).

Published on Thursday 5 December 2013

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Short info

Director Miki Ambrózy
Producers Miki Ambrózy
Writers Miki Ambrózy
Contact

Miki Ambrózy Film Productions
Miki Ambrózy
rue du Marché aux Porcs 18
1000 Brussels
Belgium
T +32 488 33 05 50
miki.ambrozy@ymail.com
miki.ambrozy@gmail.com
mikiambrozy.com

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Miki Ambrózy
Miki Ambrózy
rue du Marché aux Porcs 18
1000 Brussels
Belgium
T +32 488 33 05 50
miki.ambrozy@ymail.com
miki.ambrozy@gmail.com
mikiambrozy.com

Website mikiambrozy.com/fabric-of-time/