Ivana Bobic, London-based Serbian writer-director has created an eventful short film showing her version of Budapest in just 84 seconds, budapest.24.hu writes.
Bobic’s striking short film was made for The Calvert Journal, a magazine about the contemporary cultures of Eastern European countries.
The short film of the Hungarian capital condenses the story of a weekend into 84 seconds. Iconic images of the city like the M1 metroline, the Parliament, or Rudas Baths are mixed with shots of street art, pubs, and fast food restaurants to create a comprehensive portrait of contemporary Budapest.
Bobic rose to prominence in the past years with her award-winning short films and music videos. She has worked with fashion houses and designers such as Stella McCartney, Phillip Lim, Adidas, Mulberry and b Store, and her short film In the Night was shown at several prestigious film festivals. Find more of her work here.
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