Three women, three lives in parallel worlds, until the moment a fly causes a bug in the system. The universe collapses, sex is in the air, bras are overrated and the stars twinkle! In the animated film Entropia by Hungarian artist Flóra Anna Buda, colours explode and sensually unleash new possibilities: Thanks to the fly, all that is abstract comes to life and sexuality plays an integral role. While there are echoes of the sci-fi series Black Mirror, the colours make everything more vibrant. The doe by the river is a nod towards Hungarian animation artist Réka Busci, whose work has equally opened up more creative narrative strategies in animated film. Buda’s graduation film heralds a new generation of animation artists from Hungary.
Flóra Anna Buda
10’ · Colour · 2K DCP
Born in Budapest, Hungary in 1991, after graduating with a degree in animation she worked as a director and illustrator in animated film. One of her chief goals is to seek out new ways to tell stories and to connect her interests in science and the interpretation of dreams with her personal experience. She is currently participating in the European Union-funded Animation Sans Frontières training programme where she is developing new projects.Filmography (short films)
2011 Tango 2013 Act, oil, canvas 2014 Social animals · Műlovarnő (Equestrienne) 2015 The day when mother nature hit me 2018 Entropia
Bio- & filmography as of Berlinale 2019
Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest
Hungarian National Film Fund