We just got back from Transylvania, Romania where we filmed the third stage of our upcoming documentary, A Magyar Nóta Belga Mestere (The Belgian Master of Hungarian Nota).
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Capacity4devEU project/event films
SIQAF Project AnimationEU project/event films
Splace Commercial: The SenderAdvertisements
Splace Commercial: The PassengerAdvertisements
European Health & Fitness Forum 2017EU project/event films
Home is Where it has Always BeenDocumentaries
Jyrno Reporter’s Hub CommercialAdvertisements
Mission FPS – A computer game campaign filmAdvertisements
Coming Soon: The Afghans of the Beguinage ChurchDocumentaries
Daughters of DolmaDocumentaries
ALCISEU project/event films
ALCIS 2EU project/event films
Physical Activity-Tomorrows CureEU project/event films
European Health & Fitness ForumEU project/event films
The Legacy of MenlaDocumentaries
European Week of SportEU project/event films
This is Who We AreAdvertisements, EU project/event films
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We have a very busy few months behind us! We filmed three stages of our new documentary about Tcha Limberger, did the EDD2018, EHFF2018, SIQAF project and some more cool animation work. Time to rest a bit!
We just got some incredible news! We were chosen to be a funded project at the Hungarian National Media Fund. Yeeeeeeeeesssssssss!
We are thrilled to go into production with a project that grew from a 5 min short for PBS into a feature length film.
Last year upon the success of our recent documentary film The Legacy of Menla, the main character from our film Dr Dorjee Rapten Neshar visited Hungary to hold lecture series throughout the country. This year he returned again!
The Legacy of Menla is on the cover of Tricycle Magazine’s Website as being part of the magazine’s film club.
''Arrabona Studio is talented, easy to work with, and commits to deadlines. With a small budget, they are able to deliver great videos that look like they cost a fortune. They edit, direct, help in scripts, and manage their team of actors and cameramen. They guide you step by step, and make things look easy and doable. I highly recommend Arrabona Studio for any startup or company that wants impressive videos.''
About Splace Commercial, Mark Haddad (CEO,Splace)
''Arrabona Studio has amazing editors, talented people who listen and have great ideas and can execute them. Their ability to communicate was top notch. If you need an editor with talent and the ability to deliever then hire them, you will not be disappointed. I enjoyed working with them and will hire them again.''
About Where Home Has Always Been, Cynthia Huber (Film Director)
''Amazing video producer! Will work with him and his team again!''
About Jyrno Commercial , Daren C. - Tipping Toast Media
"Perhaps one of the most difficult things to convey in movies is spiritual life and we certainly see that is handled successfully here."
About Daughters of Dolma, Amos Lassen
"Daughters of Dolma is highly recommended for showing aspects of Buddhist monks you would not see otherwise. This feature allows us to highly understand who they are as people and what they do in everyday life, from fierce debates to lighter moments, acknowledging that they have daily struggles just as we all do."
About Daughters of Dolma, Buffalo and Erie County Public Library
"Daughters of Dolma manages to humanise a marginalised group of women seldom seen on screen, to dispel taboo and to shed light on their fascinating lives. It’s a rare joy to be introduced to such warm and charming personalities and one opportunity not to be missed in this beautifully observed film."
About Daughters of Dolma, Critics Associated
"it’s as remarkable a piece of film as its subjects are practitioners. With its absolutely beautiful eye for detail in its unique setting — some of the visuals will stay with you — as well as its careful ear for the wisdom held by those it focuses on."
About Daughters of Dolma, Patheos
"...the film convincingly portrays Tibetan Medicine and doesn't fet bogged down by problems and symptoms, but it makes the spirit and the soul also the object of its analyses..."
About The Legacy of Menla, Magyar Nemzet (Hungarian Nation)
"Every frame of the film has a deep meaning to offer, the little music that it has is simple but very touching - and then I have not even mentioned the poem, that was written by the son of one of the patients and it accompanies the whole film.”
About The Legacy of Menla, Watchaholics
“The most beautiful parts that give the film a frame are not cheezy at all: behind a century old forest we see a green-painted mountain beyond white clouds then a noble eagle flies by while the narration recites a beautiful poem that was written by the son of a lady who passed away. The poem and the visuals coincide with the awe of the locals, that they look at each other and the nature with.”
About The Legacy of Menla, Népszava (Word of the Nation)