József Sipos’s portrayal of Bartók and Zsigmond Dezső’s film “Satan’s fatty” are scheduled for the A-category Moscow International Film Festival, which begins on Thursday, according to the Hungarian National Film Fund.
József Sipos, Eszter’s legacy and the director of the Adventure feature feature in the recent creation of Béla Bartók’s less-known personal portrayal. In the United States, the world-famous composer with his 92-year-old son, Péter Bartók, is portrayed at the prestigious Moscow Film Festival for the first time for the international audience.
Peter Bartók devoted his whole life to the care of his father’s oeuvre, and he did not interview the family history. In József Sipos’s documentary, Bartók’s son tells with sincere openness his father, his relationship with his world-famous composer’s family, his contemporaries, and his years in America.
The 67-minute Bartók portrait film was produced by Filmnet, produced by József Sipos and Krisztina Détár.
Dezső Zsigmond (Golden Gate, Csigavár) is the most recent creation of Mihály Nagy Zoltán’s adaptation of the novel of Satan’s fatty. With Viktor Tarpai and Zsolt Trill, the international premiere of the historic film about the Inhumanity of Stalinists, one of the greatest Hungarian tragedies in the forties, will also be on the Moscow Film Festival.
Created with the support of the Gulag Commemoration Commission, the tragic events of 1944 in Transcarpathia, the Malkenko robot and the scolding of the locals through the fate of a sixteen-year-old girl.
The film “Satan’s fatty” was photographed by Gábor Halász. The shocking work was made in the production of the Dunatáj Foundation, produced by Sándor Buglya and Dezső Zsigmond – read the announcement.