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Moleman is a documentary diary about the independent subcultures of a bustling Central European capital, Budapest. Under the cultural surface of the metropolis lies a flourishing art life, and alternative recreational activities are available. There are many who do not follow the mainstream taste, and do not fall for the temptation of the commercial media. The originators of Budapest’s subcultures and their audience represent hundreds of thousands of people. These subcultures and artists should not be underrated or disregarded. Moleman chooses five characters from this world, and allows us to peek through their eyes into a culture and lifestyle that lie out of the realm of celebrities, that is other than Pop Idol or the soap opera „Between Friends” or the pop band Hooligans. But it exists, creates works and is taking shape.
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Moleman – The Truth Lies Down Under

Film
Film
Original Title (If different): 
Vakondok - Az igazság odalent van.
Language: 
Hungarian
Other languages or subtitles: 
English
Production country: 
Hungary
Running time (In minutes): 
72
Theme: 
Documentary
Category/Format: 
Independant
Student film: 
No
Poster: 
Moleman
Production year: 
November, 2009
Film Credits
About the Director: 

Szilárd Matusik graduated in 2007 as an electrical
engineer at Budapest University of Technology at imageprocessing and
cabel TV systems faculty. He started his career at TV productions in
2003, first as a technician, then since 2005 he worked as an editor. In
the following years, he worked in such productions like Megatánc,
Mr&Mrs, Magellán, Aktív, Tények at TV2 tv station, Kultúrház, Pesti
Csillagok, Tejben-Vajban, Pestbeszéd, Hozzánk Tartoznak, 56-os Út at
MTV, or Ötletház and Receptklub on RTL KLUB's program. He established
Flame Film in 2006 and produced tv programmes for many Hungarian tv
stations, working as a director and editor in post production. Viasat3,
Story TV, Deko TV, TV Paprika, TV2; a few tv stations where certain
programmes' post productions were made completely by Flame Film in the
last years. Besides tv programmes, Matusik have shooted, directed,
editied music videos, concert films, tv commercials, documentaries,
short films, live tv shows, etc.

 

Gábor Csépai graduated from Vörösmarty Mihály High
School, Budapest, with drama specialty. Was awarded prizes at national
student acting competitions. Continued his studies at the
communications and history departments of Eszterházy Károly College in
Hungary.
He entered the world of media at a young age, acted in several
commercials, in a kids’ show entitled “Kölyökidő [Kids’ Time]” shown on
the Hungarian Television, a TV film entitled “Kockás füzet [Chequered
line exercise book]” shown on Duna Television.
Later he turned up on the screen again as a leading character in the TV
series “Szeress Most! [Love Me Now]”, and was also seen in a promotion
of Viva Television’s “Táncreakció [Dance Reaction]”.

In 2004, he founded his band under the name “Stylaw”, and produced
his video clips with Flame Film. The year 2007 brought nationwide fame
for him also in terms of MC performance with an incidental musical
number they would not have expected to become the most popular MC
parody in the country. Pendulum’s “Terézanya – Csapjad![Mother
Theresa]” remix was a huge success among young people.  “Terézanya” had
1 000 000 downloads from YouTube in three months, and has been a hit at
parties since. Gábor’s activity in the media did not end at that point,
he worked as a presenter and editor in a magazine program on tourism in
the Hungarian TV2 (“Tájvadász [ Country hunter]”), worked as a VJ in
MTV Hungary, hosted a cultural magazine program, “Pixel”, “Blokk” a
HipHop magazine and the  “Greatest Hits” music top list. After media
activities, he also worked for film production companies: he was on the
production staff of Proton Cinema Kft. for a Norwegian period costume
drama “Svik”, worked as a production assistant for the short film “Az
úr elköszön [The Gentleman Takes his Leave]” for Playtime Kft. and also
participated in service activities for Pioneer Eagle Kft on shooting
the English costume movie “Kilencedik Sas [The Eagle of the Ninth]”.

In 2010, he performs musical radio editorial work on Class fm radio, and carries on with his musical career.

 

Film director: 
Szilárd Matusik, Gábor Csépai
Producer: 
Ágnes Havas
About the Producer: 
<b>Agnes Havas</b> is a senior film and television professional with 30 years experience in film production, television programming and distribution. She started her career at the Co-Production Department of Hungarian Television (MTV). After 9 years at MTV she became Head of Distribution at the English – Hungarian joint venture,  Intervideo.  Dealing with the Hungarian home video release of prime Hollywood product for 4 years, she was soon invited to become Head of Acquisitions and later Head of Programming of HBO Hungary. She was the first Programming Director of the documentary channel Spektrum. <br /> In 1996 she joined TV3 as Programming Director and a couple years later became Head of Film Acquisitions at TV2 Hungary. Before Havas Films, Agnes was managing director and producer of the Hungarian production company Skyfilm.
Screenplay: 
Gábor Csépai
Editing: 
Szilárd Matusik
Film photographer: 
Szilárd Matusik
Music: 
Mátyás Földesi, Roland Tefner, Gabba Voodoo, Senza, Planet 55, Stylaw
Cast 1: 
Nimród Csizmadia
Cast 2: 
Oliver Arthúr Kovács
Cast 3: 
Gábor Hámori
Cast 4: 
Gábor Pintér
Cast 5: 
Tamás Budha Kovács
Film synopsis: 
Moleman is a documentary diary about the independent subcultures of a bustling Central European capital, Budapest. Under the cultural surface of the metropolis lies a flourishing art life, and alternative recreational activities are available. There are many who do not follow the mainstream taste, and do not fall for the temptation of the commercial media. The originators of Budapest’s subcultures and their audience represent hundreds of thousands of people. These subcultures and artists should not be underrated or disregarded. Moleman chooses five characters from this world, and allows us to peek through their eyes into a culture and lifestyle that lie out of the realm of celebrities, that is other than Pop Idol or the soap opera „Between Friends” or the pop band Hooligans. But it exists, creates works and is taking shape.
Budget
Budget Range: 
Under $10 000
Actual Budget: 
1500$
Technical infos
Technical infos
Original Film Format: 
HD
Format Ratio: 
16:9
Film Sound: 
Other
Video master available ?: 
Yes
Video Type: 
Blu-Ray
Festival Selection, Awards...
Festival selection, awards or citation already received and other comments... :
Already selected in a Festival?: 
Yes
Festival selections: 

The New York International Independent Film and Video Festival 2010 summer - official selection

Film distribution
Theatre: 
Open
TV: 
Open
Video: 
Open
International: 
Open
Internet: 
Open
Sales/distribution name: 
Flame Film Bt., Szilárd Matusik
Address: 
1084 Budapest József u. 6. I/1. Hungary
Publicity Infos
Publicity contact: 
Flame Film Bt., Szilárd Matusik
publicity address: 
1084 Budapest József u. 6. I/1. Hungary
Publicity contact email: 
Trailer availble: 
yes
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