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KMH FILM’s shorts are also represent the quality Pusztai always insists to, *Forrest* by György Mór Kárpáti was nominated at the Berlin International Film Festival for Golden Berlin Bear in 2011, and Gábor Fabriciusz’s *Skinner* was selected in to Toronto International Film Festival’s Official Competition – Short Cuts International – in 2014.

As producer Ferenc Pusztai always sticks to the high professional level of his projects, KMH Film’s upcoming works are continuously participants on widely appreciated international trainings, project development programmes and co-production forums even orverseas (No Borders, Cinemart, SOURCES2, SOS, Les Arcs, Cinelink for instance). He received the Producer of the Year Award on both of the 41st and the 42nd Hungarian Film Week and Pusztai is also a member of the European Film Academy.

Pusztai and KMH Film are constantly working on international co-production projects such as *The Voice* by György Pálfi. *The Voice* has been developed at Torino Film Lab and also won the support of Creative Europe’s (MEDIA) Single Project and the ARTE Prize in Les Arcs.  KMH Film’s co-production is from Canada and the *The Voice* was shot during the summer of 2016, 35 days in Toronto, 4 days in Las Vegas and 11 days in Budapest.

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Ferenc Pusztai



His Master’s Voice 2018

Genre: Drama

Director: György Pálfi

Producer: Pusztai Ferenc, Emilie Blézat, Michael A. Dobbin, Charles V. Bender

Cast: Kate Vernon, Marshall Williams, Eric Peterson, Jenna Warren, Benz Antoine, Andrew Moodie

Péter is in his late thirties when he thinks he recognizes his father in a documentary on a mysterious accident. His father has deserted from Communist Hungary in the 70s, a criminal offense under that regime, and has not been heard of since. Péter travels to America and, after an eventful investigation, finds his father and his new family. The reunion brings plenty of experiences and teaches several lessons to both son and father. Also, as a consequence, the world is informed that the mute universe has spoken and that we are not alone.

Hungarian Film Week 2019 Nominee Best Editing; Hungarian Film Week 2019 Nominee Best Supporting Actress; Hungarian Film Week 2019 Nominee Best Supporting Actor; Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival 2019 Nominee Narcisse Award; Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival 2019 Nominee Silver Méliès Award; Tokyo International Film Festival 2018 Nominee Tokyo Grand Prix; Fantaspoa International Fantastic Film Festival 2019 Winner Honorable Mention; Transatlantyk Festival: Lodz 2019 Nominee Transatlantyk Distrubution Award.

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