Later, someone passing by, turned the tap on, and water began to flow freely. The people living in the area discovered the thermal water and started building pools with the help of the local co-operative. The thermal baths earned themselves a great reputation throughout the years, and were open for anyone, any time.
It Takes Two to Tango!
This film is about the Red-footed falcons, the Rooks and the follow up work of conservationists trying to restore the peaceful life of these protected birds. As a rare species it is hard to observe and describe its behaviour and special way of life. This film is an educational piece and part of an ornithology project with scientific purposes as well. We learned that this species is not easy to catch for a shot: we had to understand there way of life, habits and living environment and follow its trace patiently. The most interesting part of the whole project is how unusual the relationship between these little individuals while struggling through their migratory way from contintent to continent.
What happens if a monument for sale comes round and find its function? How can the witness of a bygone era, an innovation at its time, survive in our midst?Is it possible to create a mainstream culture in the shadow of the glitter of a thriving cult / cultural palace?The answer is a musical documentary film about the Central Abattoir, the Slaughterhouse in Budapest, starring today's creative youth. At the premises of the Slaughterhouse, rehearsal rooms have been created independently of each other. The musicians of the Slaughterhouse organized themselves into a community, creating their sub-culture. They did not expect anyone to do anything, instead they started it and let it come to existence. This is an example of the many other self-assembling units in Budapest, where the common goal is to create communities. And although they apparently form a community, in reality, all of them find an individuality and an aim of their own.The film shows this diversity. In the social interpretation of the musical diversity, the slaughterhouse is an example of integration. There is no isolation, whether on racial, gender or social basis. There is no discrimination. Music is a religion and a world view, where trash metal and world music, electronic and instrumental genres all fit in easily. The Slaughterhouse gives a new interpretation of the musical subculture, hosts the musical trends of the youth and, in the meanwhile, finds its own identity.
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