Hungarian animation
The history of Hungarian animation begins in 1914 and carries through to the modern day. Starting with short promotional cartoons prior to the two World Wars, Hungarian animation underwent a sporadic ...
Tissa David
Thérèse "Tissa" David (January 5, 1921 – August 21, 2012) was a Romanian-born American animator of Hungarian ethnicity, whose career spanned more than sixty years. She was one of the pioneering women ...
Szaffi
Szaffi is a 1984 Hungarian animated film directed by Attila Dargay. It is based on the 1885 book The Gypsy Baron by Mór Jókai, about the romance between a poor Hungarian aristocrat and a mysterious R...
Mattie the Goose-boy (film)
Mattie the Goose-boy (Hungarian: Lúdas Matyi) is a 1976 Hungarian animated film directed by Attila Dargay. It is based on the eponymous poem, written in 1804 by Mihály Fazekas.
Cat City
Cat City (Hungarian: Macskafogó (Cat Catcher)) is a 1986 Hungarian animated film, directed by Béla Ternovszky and written by József Nepp. The title Cat City was used in the United States distribu...
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Ferenc Rofusz
Ferenc Rofusz is a Hungarian animator.
Rofusz was born in 1946 in Budapest. His interest in animation and film making started relatively early. During his studies he took special drawing and anima...
Rudolf Pap
Rudolf Pap (born 16 November 1989) is a Hungarian-born award-winning animator and model.He was born in Budapest, Hungary, in 1989 and he is most famous about his exceptional skills in 2D animation. He...
Kecskemét Animation Film Festival
Kecskemét Animation Film Festival (Hungarian: Kecskeméti Animációs Filmfesztivál) (KAFF) is an animated film festival held biennially during the month of June in Kecskemét, Hungary. Although the b...
Maestro (film)
Maestro is a 2005 Hungarian computer-animated short film written, produced and directed by Géza M. Tóth. It won the Amaryllis Tamás Award at the 7th Kecskemét Animation Film Festival, and was nominate...
Attila Dargay
Attila Dargay (June 20, 1927 - October 20, 2009) was an animator from Hungary. He was born in Mezőnyék.
He finished his academic studies in 1948. He worked at Hungary's National Theatre as scenery...
Gábor Csupó
Gábor Csupó (Hungarian: Csupó Gábor, [tʃupoː ɡaːbor]; born September 29, 1952) is a Hungarian-born animator, writer, film director and music producer. He is co-founder of the animation studio Klas...
Hugo the Hippo
Hugo the Hippo (Hungarian: Hugó, a víziló) is a 1975 animated film produced by the Pannónia Filmstúdió of Hungary and co-produced in the United States by Brut Productions, a division of French pe...
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Zsolt Richly
Zsolt Richly (born March 23, 1941 in Sopron, Hungary) is a Hungarian animator who worked as a director in PannóniaFilm. His credits include the production of the Kockásfülű nyúl children's series.
Ottó Foky
Ottó Foky (June 15, 1927 – September 3, 2012) was a Hungarian animator. He was born in Sárhida.
Líviusz Gyulai
Líviusz Gyulai (born December 2, 1937 in Baraolt, Romania) is a Hungarian graphic artist, printmaker, illustrator.
Born at Baraolt (Barót), Covasna County, Transylvania, Romania, he graduated fro...
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Sándor Reisenbüchler
Sándor Reisenbüchler (February 16, 1935, Budapest – April 1, 2004, Budapest) was a Hungarian animated film director and graphic artist. He took a degree in directing of films from the Academy of The...
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Immigrants (2008 film)
Immigrants, also known as L.A. Dolce Vita or Immigrants: L.A. Dolce Vita (Hungarian title: Immigrants - Jóska menni Amerika) is a Hungarian-American animated film directed by Gábor Csupó. The Hungar...
Digic Pictures
Digic Pictures is a Hungarian 3D animation studio based in Budapest, at Graphisoft Park, specializing in the production of 3d animated game cinematics CGI . Digic also provides motion capture servic...
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Pannonia Film Studio
Pannonia Film Studio (also known as MAFILM Pannónia Filmstúdió) is the largest animation studio in Hungary, based in the capital of Budapest.
The animation division of the Hungarian Film Productio...
John Halas
John Halas (born János Halász 16 April 1912 Budapest, Hungary – 21 January 1995, London, England) was a Hungarian animator. He learned his craft under George Pal, but launched his own career in 1934, ...
Mazsola és Tádé
Mazsola és Tádé is a Hungarian puppet animated film made between 1969 and 1973.
Heroic Times
Heroic Times (Hungarian: Daliás idők) is a 1984 Hungarian animated versace historical epic film directed by József Gémes. It is an adaptation of the Toldi trilogy, a 19th-century epic poem in thr...
A Fox's Tale
A Fox's Tale is a Hungarian animated film. The film's original Hungarian title is Kis Vuk. It is the sequel to the 1981 film The Little Fox. The English-language voice cast includes Freddie Highmore,...
István Orosz
István Orosz (born 24 October 1951 in Kecskemét) is a Hungarian painter, printmaker, graphic designer and animated film director. He is known for his mathematically inspired works, impossible objects,...
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Willy the Sparrow
Willy the Sparrow (Hungarian: Vili, a veréb) is a 1989 Hungarian animated film directed by József Gémes. It was released in Hungary to critical acclaim and it won the Prize of the Audience at the...