Ruben Brandt, the collector, is a Hungarian animated action thriller to open the CinEast Festival in Luxembourg from 4 to 21 October.
The CinEast Festival, which introduces the best of the Central and Eastern European film productions yearly for more than ten thousand visitors, is being opened for the first time in Hungary’s film – reads the announcement of Monday’s announcement by the Agency for Communication.
The world premiere of Milorad Krstic’s Silver Medal Prize-winning director was in Locarno, but pre-premiums were also made in Hungary. Before the 15th Hungarian filmmaker on November 15, the animation will be shown on the 2nd October at the 23rd Autumn Festival in Szeged.
Produced by Tibor Cári, the soundtrack of the James Bond films, a good international repertoire was made by Péter Miskolczi, Roczkov Radmila, Roczkov Hermina and János Kurdy-Fehér.
The protagonist of the film is a therapeutic psychotherapist with art therapy, whose favorite paintings break into his life in the form of a series of visions. His patients are persuaded to get the works of art, because if he owns the original, he does not attack his master. Ruben Brandt and his team kidnapped 13 paintings from the world’s largest museums and private collections, including the Louvre, Tate Gallery, Uffizi, Hermitage and the Museum of Fine Arts.
The animation was directed by Milorad Krstic, Serbian painter, visual artist, animation artist and artist of Serbian origin, dreaming of the visual world.