Béla Tarr has won the Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival
After winning the FIPRESCI (International Federation of Film Critics) prize for best film in competition, the black and white A torinói ló (The Turin Horse) got the jury's Grand Prix Silver Bear. The post production of the world famous director’s all features – from the very early ones to this one, which has been announced as the last one – has been made in the Hungarian Filmlab. Congratulations to the director and to our colleague, the color timer, Judit Szép!
A torinói ló (The Turin Horse) was made by international coproduction with the participation of the Hungarian T.T. Filmműhely, the French MPM Film, the Swiss VEGA Film, the German Zero Fiction and the American Werc Werk Works. Béla Tarr made his eighth feature with his constant collaborators: the screenplay was written by Béla Tarr and László Krasznahorkai, the codirector and the editor is Ágnes Hranitzky, the music was written by Mihály Víg. The director of photography was Fred Kelemen.
The film rewarded equally by the jury and the audience has been sold already to more than 20 countries. In Hungary it is going to be screened from 10th March distributed by MOKÉP.