Back to the Design Discourse essay. I was afraid I won’t be able to find reliable information on Hungarian animation, but I was wrong. Just a few minutes of research was enough to come across useful links and books on the subject, so I only have to decide on what exactly my 2000 words will be about.
As I dig deeper and deeper into the subject I find real treasures I didn’t even know about. For example Ferenc Rófusz’s Oscar winning The Fly is even useful for our tonality project! And I think it’s really interesting too.
The books I found is Animation: A World History Volume III, and a few from a Hungarian author, Eszter Dizseri – Frame by frame looks the most interesting. Unfortunately I don’t know if I will be able to get a hold of the Hungarian book, I couldn’t find it anywhere so far…
There are loads of information on the Pannónia Filmstúdió’s archive website as well.
So far so good – I need to do more research, but I think I have a good start.