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Shoot about to get under way for The Last Bus - Production – Hungary/Romania

Balázs Bodolai and Gabriella Hámori topline the feature debut by Nándor Lőrincz and Bálint Nagy, a production being staged by M&m Film and PartnersFilm. The first clapperboard will slam on 20 July for The Last Bus by Nándor Lőrincz and Bálint Nagy, who have so far teamed up to direct five short films since their studies at the University of Theatre and Film Arts in Budapest (the former in the screenplay department and the latter in the cinematography faculty), and who are now getting stuck into their first feature-length film.The cast is toplined by Balázs Bodolai and Gabriella Hámori (a European Film Promotion Shooting Star in 2006 who gave some strong performances in titles such as Chameleon, The Exam and Stop Mom Teresa!; set to grace screens...
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Movie Review – Ruben Brandt, Collector (2018)

Ruben Brandt, Collector, 2018.

Directed by Milorad Krstic

Featuring the voice talents of Iván Kamarás, Gabriella Hámori, Zalán Makranczi, Csaba Márton, Katalin Dombi, and Paul Bellantoni.

Synopsis:

A psychotherapist suffers violent nightmares inspired by legendary works of art. Four of his patients, expert thieves, offer to steal the works, since he believes that once he owns them, the nightmares will disappear. He becomes a wanted criminal know as “The Collector”. Who will dare to catch him and his gang?

The opening moments of Ruben Brandt, Collector fittingly set the tone and pace, for better or worse; various styles of animation are on display ranging from 2-D characters frequently interacting with 3-D objects (vehicles especially stick out in this regard) wrapped up in inexpensive looking computer-generated backgrounds (the camera movements appeared to have come from very basic programming) all meant to be representative of the inherently artistic presentation. This isn’t just
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"Ruben Brandt, Collector"

  • SneakPeek
Take a look at the new animated crime feature drama, "Ruben Brandt, Collector", written and directed by Milorad Krstic, starring Iván Kamarás, Gabriella Hámori and Zalán Makranczi, now playing:

"...a psychotherapist suffers violent nightmares inspired by legendary works of art. Four of his patients, expert thieves, offer to steal the works, since he believes that once he owns them, the nightmares will disappear. 

"He becomes a wanted criminal know as 'The Collector'. Who will dare to catch him and his gang?..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Ruben Brandt, Collector"...
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Jamie Bell Wages A ‘Donnybrook’; ‘Birds Of Passage’ Takes Flight – Specialty Box Office Preview

  • Deadline
A sizable group of Specialty films are heading into theaters over the Presidents Day weekend as distributors bring out new work beyond the glare of Awards Season. IFC Films is opening Tim Sutton’s Donnybrook with Jamie Bell, Frank Grillo and Margaret Qualley in theaters Friday, followed by on-demand platforms on February 22. Sony Pictures Classics is heading out with animated feature, Ruben Brandt, Collector. The company had become aware of the Hungarian feature after reading a review of the film out of last summer’s Locarno Film Festival. The Orchard picked up Colombia’s entry for Foreign Language Oscar consideration, Birds Of Passage by Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra, out of last year’s Cannes Film Festival where it opened Directors Fortnight. The title bowed Wednesday in New York and opens L.A. Friday. Also opening this weekend are Freestyle Digital Media’s The Maestro and Screen Media’s dog ‘rom-com,
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New Trailer for Animated Hungarian Thriller 'Ruben Brandt, Collector'

"We are dealing with a 'collector' here, and not a serial thief." Sony Pictures Classics has debuted a new official trailer for an animated film from Hungary titled Ruben Brandt, Collector, or originally Ruben Brandt, a gyűjtő in Hungarian. It's about a famous psychotherapist who suffers from violent nightmares he has as a result of subliminal messaging he received as a child. Four of his patients, expert thieves, offer to steal the works, since he believes that once he owns them, the nightmares will disappear. He becomes a wanted criminal know as "The Collector". Who will dare to catch him and his gang? What a concept. And the animation style in this is unique, much different than what we usually see. Ruben Brandt, Collector features the voices (Hungarian) of Iván Kamarás, Gabriella Hámori, Zalán Makranczi, and Csaba Márton. The character design is super funky, but also kinda hard to look away from.
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Locarno Film Review: ‘Ruben Brandt, Collector’

  • Variety
Locarno Film Review: ‘Ruben Brandt, Collector’
“Possess your problems to conquer them.” That’s the credo psychotherapist Ruben Brandt preaches to his criminally-inclined clients in this stylish, fast-paced, English-language animated thriller for adults. But when Brandt’s patients help him to apply his own advice, he becomes “Ruben Brandt, Collector,” ringleader of a gang responsible for the theft of 13 of the world’s most famous paintings. In this entertaining romp, his fiction feature debut, multi-hyphenate Milorad Krstić literally puts the ”art” in “arthouse,” using 2D and 3D animation techniques to depict the tropes of film noir and action-adventure, all the while paying clever homage to the worlds of film and fine art. Further festival play is a given, with niche distribution a solid bet for most territories.

Brandt (Iván Kamarás) is the offspring of an East German émigré whose knowledge of subliminal programming with 16mm film was exploited by the CIA — and used to experiment on his own son.
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