Frozen May

Péter Lichter | 72 min | Hungary | 2017


1990, after the fall. A man struggles to survive in the forest, living alone in a small cabin. One day he spots a mysterious child in an abandoned summer camp.

Frozen May
10:00 PM | Monday, October 16, 2017
Spectacle Theater
124 S 3rd St, Brooklyn, NY 11249

Director | Péter Lichter
Script | Imre Bartók, Roger Deutsch, Péter Lichter
Music | Ádám Márton Horváth
Photography | Dávid Gerencsér
Distribution | Hanna Pálos, Benjámin Lichter
Producer | Boddah / Otto Films

Péter Lichter is a Hungarian experimental filmmaker. He studied film history and film theory at the ELTE University, Budapest. Peter makes found footage, abstract films and lyrical documentaries since 2002. His films were screened at festivals and venues like: Tribeca Film Festival – New York; Rotterdam IFF; Jihlava IDFF; goEast – Wiesbaden; Cinema 16 – New York; EXiS – Seoul; CROSSROADS – San Francisco; VideoEX – Zurich; Festival of (In)appropriation – Los Angeles; Klex – Kuala Lumpur; Antimatter – Victoria, Canada; FLEX – Florida etc. He is also one of the editors of the Prizma film-periodical, his first book on experimental cinema (A láthatatlan birodalom/The Invisible Impire) was published in 2016. Peter frequently collaborates with composer Ádám Márton Horváth, sound designer Péter Benjámin Lukács and artists, like Loránd Szécsény-Nagy and Bori Máté.