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The Successful Animation of Iran Was Appreciated in Hungary.

According to the public relations and information center of the Vice-Presidency for science and technology affairs, the animation of “Stripy”, which is one of the productions of Gonbad Kabood Studio, was directed by Babak and Behnoud Nekooei based on the classic music of “Hungarian Dance No. 5” by Johannes Brahms (1833-1897). This animation was appreciated in by Hungarian artists and animators at Kecskemét Animation Film Festival (KAFF, 2017).

It is noteworthy that Ferenc MIKULÁS, festival director and manager of Kecskemét Animation studio, regarded the creation of animated movie based on music as a very hard task, expressing: the choice of storytelling for this piece of music was very clever. The theme of “Stripy” was completely in line with the music. Similar to the piece of music, this animation contained many layers and represented a global issue.

Ferenc MIKULÁS, who has been nominated for the Oscars three times, pointed that the importance of the theme presented in “Stripy”, stating: invariability, lack of updating the methods and lack of creativity are our major problems in all tasks, including government tasks especially in education. In my opinion, the theme of this animated short film is very contemplative and attention should be paid to the other layers of the movie.

Géza M. Tóth, head of Academy of Performing Arts and founder and manager of Kedd Studio described the animation of “Stripy” as influential work, affirming: the graphics and visual impact of this animation on the audience are very noticeable. I watched this animated film before and I think it is produced with high quality.

This animator, who was nominated for the Oscars in 2006 for the animation of “Maestro”, explained about the features of “Stripy”: script of this animation is extremely effective and music, along with the visual narrative of the animation, has turned into a tool for organized narration of the story.


“Stripy” animation, along with some of the other Iranian animations, were screened at Kecskemét Animation Film Festival but in special section for Iranian animation and not in the competition section. The mentioned section was held with the support of the Vice-Presidency for science and technology affairs and soft and identity-making technology development headquarter.

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