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TALES FROM THE PRISON CELL

by Ábel Visky

synopsis

In a Hungarian prison, filmmakers task incarcerated fathers to write fairy tales about their children. Next, they will turn those fairytales into short films, with the prisoner’s loved ones in the leading roles. In an effort to help strained families bridge the unnatural divide that prisons cause, director Ábel Visky gets creative by spotlighting the transformative power of art.

international title: Tales from the Prison Cell
original title: Mesék a zárkából
country: Hungary, Croatia, United Kingdom
sales agent: Taskovski Films
year: 2020
genre: documentary
directed by: Ábel Visky
film run: 80'
cinematography by: Zágon Nagy, István Kürti
film editing: László Hargittai
music: Asher Goldschmidt
producer: Eszter Gyárfás
executive producer: Viktória Petrányi
production: Proton Cinema, Arizona MPS, Taskovski Films Ltd. London, Fade In
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