London-based production company Film Junction is the brainchild of four professionals (two photographers/video makers, an editor and a graphic designer) who specialize in photography and video for commercials, promotions, music videos and short films.
Our members completed their professional studies at the Television Program Producer training course in Hungary. We succeeded in many photo competitions and have had entries in the country’s biggest film competition called Hungarian Film Week.
We have been based in London since 2012 and we are always happy to provide creative input if you need it, or simply to add the technical flare to fully formed ideas – it all depends on what your requirements are!
Film Junction, eats, breathes and sleeps in the world of film and as you will see from our videos, this love comes through in everything we do.
What is the main story? – you could ask – What is the story of our world? Is there anyone (God maybe, the main storyteller) who tells his own story? And are we living this story now to make some sense of our lives?
It’s up to you…We merely give you a chance to create your own version. We show you the path, but you do the walking.
The lovely crew:
Holly Fletcher – Stylist, script (voice over)
Endre Csaszar – Photographer
Samu Csernak – Music
Renato Csatich – Director
Tamas Leisz – Producer
String Quartet of Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra (Pecs, Hungary)
Agnes Vass – Violin I
Timea Toth – Violin II
Gabriella Misanyi – Viola
Fruzsina Fatyol – Cello
Peter Baksa – Double Bass
“Welcome to my World” is our crazy little piece –
the product of our recent participation in the 48-Hour-Film contest in London. Of course, there were certain rules for us to follow besides developing a story, shooting and editing the film in 48 hours…
- Genre: Mockumentary
- Lead Character: Minor celebrity, Charli Cipriani
- Dialogue Line: “Let me tell you a secret”
- Prop: Cream
A very tight and intense collaboration of a high talented and committed bunch of filmmakers & artists… and a full weekend of sleepless nights, laughter, coffee and cigarettes… have allowed us to reach a 3rd place audience award in our first joint submission to the competition.