Erasing Frank is shooting on 16 mm
Shooting on 16 mm film has begun for Erasing Frank, the Hungarian director, Gábor Fabricius’s feature film. The historical drama approaches the socialist dictatorship in a unique way. It tells the story of Frank, a charismatic singer in an underground band, who, in order to keep him quiet, is closed by the regime in a politically-motivated psychiatric institution.
The screenplay has been selected to and awarded by many international film festivals, among others it got the “Best Vision – First Feature in Development” award in Karlovy Vary. The DOP is Tamás Dobos (Genesis), editor is Bernadett Tuza-Ritter (A Woman Captured), the art director is the internationally reknown Eggert Ketilsson (Dunkirk, Interstellar, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty). Analogue and digital post production is carried out by the Hungarian Filmlab.