The Turin Horse
(A torinói ló)

feature, 35mm, 149 minutes, 1:1.66

co-produced with: France Switzerland Germany United States

PREMIER (HUNGARY): 2011.

The Turin Horse is inspired by the true story of 19th Century German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche protecting a horse from abuse.
The film details the lives of the horse’s coachman, his daughter and the horse itself.

Creators

Béla Tarr Director
Ágnes Hranitzky Co-director
László Krasznahorkai, Béla Tarr Screenplay
Fred Kelemen Director of photography
Ágnes Hranitzky Editor
Mihály Víg Music
Gábor Erdélyi Jr. Sound
Sándor Kállay Art director
János Breckl Costumes
Werc Werk Works (Minneapolis) Executive producer
Gábor Téni, Marie-Pierre Macia, Juliette Lepoutre, Ruth Waldburger, Martin Hagemann Producer
T. T. Filmműhely, MPM Film (Paris), Vega Film AG (Zürich), zero fiction (Berlin) Production company
Erika Bók, János Derzsi, Mihály Kormos, Ricsi Cast

Awards

Jerusalem International Film Festival - 2011 Achievement Award
Yerevan Golden Apricot International Film Festival - 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award Retrospective
Dubrovnik LIBERTAS - 2011 Master Award
Sofia International Film Festival - 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award Retrospective
Reykjavik International Film Festival - 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award
Bitola International Film Camera Festival Manaki Brothers - 2011 Golden Camera 300
Bangkok World Film Festival - 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award
European Film Academy - 2011 Nominated for Best European Director
Berlinale - Berlin International Film Festival - 2011 Jury Grand Prix - Silver Bear
Palm Springs International Film Festival - 2012 FIPRESCI Prize for Best Foreign Film
Istanbul International Film Festival - 2011 Cinema Honorary Award
Ivanovo Zerkalo - 2011 Special Prize
Batumi International Film Festival - 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award
Novi Sad Cinema City - 2011 Special Award for Contribution to World Cinematography Retrospective
Vienna Let s CEE Film Festival - 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award
Berlinale - Berlin International Film Festival - 2011 FIPRESCI Prize
European Film Academy - 2011 Nominated for Best European Cinematographer
European Film Academy - 2011 Nominated for Best European Soundtrack
Antalya Golden Orange IFF - 2018 Honorary Award

Festivals

Moscow International Film Festival - 2011
Karlovy Vary International Film Festival - 2011
Durban International Film Festival - 2011
Melbourne International Film Festival - 2011
Motovun Film Festival - 2011
Sarajevo Film Festival - 2011
Wroclaw New Horizons IFF - 2011
Espoo Ciné International Film Festival - 2011
New York Film Festival - 2011
Telluride Film Festival - 2011
Ostrava Kamera Oko - 2011
Piestany Cinematik - 2011
Toronto International Film Festival - 2011
Vancouver International Film Festival - 2011
Lund International Fantastic Film Festival - 2011
Săo Paulo Indie World Film Festival - 2011
Kaunas International Film Festival - 2011
Rio de Janeiro IFF - 2011
Chicago International Film Festival - 2011
Ghent Flanders International Film Festival - 2011
Mumbai International Film Festival - 2011
Kiev MOLODIST International Film Festival - 2011
Los Angeles AFI FEST - 2011
Philadelphia Film Festival - 2011
Morelia International Film Festival - 2011
Seville Film Festival - 2011
Segovia MUCES - 2011
Calcutta International Film Festival - 2011
Leeds International Film Festival - 2011
Denver International Film Festival - 2011
Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival - 2011
Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival - 2011
Ljubljana International Film Festival - 2011
Bydgoszcz Camerimage - 2011
Minsk Listapad - 2011
Tbilisi International Film Festival - 2011
Hong Kong International Film Festival - 2011
Bermuda International Film Festival - 2012
Montevideo International Film Festival of Uruguay - 2012
Buenos Aires BAFICI - 2011
Sodankylä Midnight Sun Film Festival - 2012
Copenhagen CPH:PIX - 2011
Edinburgh International Film Festival - 2011
Cluj-Napoca Transilvania - 2011
Sydney Film Festival - 2011
Wroclaw New Horizons IFF - 2017

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