Afterlife
Utóélet
Showings
St. Anthony Main Theatre 1Sat, Apr 11, 2015 1:00 PM Event Date Passed
 
St. Anthony Main Theatre 5Sat, Apr 25, 2015 5:00 PM Event Date Passed
 
St. Anthony Main Theatre 5Thu, Apr 30, 2015 9:40 PM Event Date Passed
 
Film Info
English Title:Afterlife
Programs:World Cinema
Women and Film
Tags:Comedy Drama
Women Directors
Forecast Public Art
Best of Fest
Voice Category:Laugh out Loud
Release Year:2014
Runtime:90
Type:Narrative Feature
Awards:Best Film, Valladolid Film Festival
Country:Hungary
Language:Hungarian
Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NI36ayE6jE
Cast/Crew
Director:Virág Zomborácz
Producer:Ferenc Pusztai
Cinematographer:Gergely Pohárnok
Editor:Károly Szalai
Principal Cast:Márton Kristóf
Zsolt Anger
Eszter Csákányi
László Gálffi
Screenwriter:Virág Zomborácz
Filmography:Something Blue
Description

Screening with Forecast Public Art short film Emily Stover, April 25.

Tender, funny and surprising, Afterlife is a sweetly absurdist coming-of-age tale that explores the relationship between an Mozes, an anxious twenty-something guy and Janos, his controlling pastor father — not only while the older man is alive, but also after his death. A timid vegetarian who has just been released from a mental hospital, Mozes sorely tries the pastor’s expectations of what a real man should be. Before Janos gets the chance to force Mozes to volunteer at a leprosy mission in the Ukraine, he keels over from a heart attack. But his ghost lingers on, appearing only to his frustrated son, who tries to help the apparition find eternal rest.

SCREENING WITH:

Emily Stover
Forecast Public Art
Country: USA | Language: English | Runtime: 6 min
Director(s): Anna Goranova

Corn is a sensitive topic and one that ignites many debates and conversations. The video shows the way an artist is trying to start a conversation about the different usage of corn and about what it means to us not only as a crop but also as part of the American culture. The video follows the artist Emily Stover in different spaces – farms, roads, and art studios to see her researching the topic, while creating art.