Granny project

Hungary, Germany, United Kingdom, 2017, 89 min.


Bálint Révész






Ruben Woodin Dechamps


Gallivant Film, ÚJ Budapest Filmstúdió

Three grandsons embark with their grannies on an anarchic journey into the past – a complex road movie about intergenerational dialogue. GRANNY PROJECT is a coming of age story of three young men and a "coming out of age" tale of their grandmothers – an English spy, a dancer from Nazi Germany and a Hungarian communist Holocaust survivor. It is an experiment to form a language which the forthcoming generations could use to keep the values, generated in the 20th century, alive. The film deals with classic values and taboo-like historical topics, and the method used is equally important as it gives an insight to the zeitgeist of the young today.

2017 Budapest IDFF (Hungary)
DOK Leipzig IFF (Germany) – the MDR prize
2018 Hungarian Film Critics Prize – Best Documentary, Best Editing
Docudays UA IFF (Ukraine)
Moscow IDFF DOKer (Russia) – Main Competition
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Bálint Révész

Hungarian editor, writer, producer and director. Started working in the film industry as a child actor. Graduated from the University of Brighton in 2012. Founded his own production company Gallivant Film and since he’s been developing feature films and documentaries, scouting projects for international co-productions. Focuses on making films about controversial subject matter. He's a member of the team behind Dreampire, the first global audiovisual dream archive which has been exhibited in Berlin, London, Jakarta and Budapest.

Selected filmography

2017 Granny project