Sing – Oscar® Winner

SING won the Oscar® at the 89th Annual Academy Awards (2017) in the Best Live Action Short Film category.

It tells the story of Zsofi, who is struggling to fit in at her new school – singing in the school’s famous choir is her only consolation. But the choir director may not be the inspirational teacher everyone thinks she is…
It will take Zsofi and her new friend Liza to teach their teacher a lesson.

Based on a true story, SING follows an award-winning school choir and the new girl in class facing a tough choice:
to stand up against a corrupt system – or to fit quietly into it.

Watch the entire film here.

Original Hungarian title: Mindenki (Everybody)
Film running time: 25 minutes
Produced by
Kristóf Deák … producer
Anna Udvardy … producer
Music by
Adam Balazs
Cinematography by
Róbert Maly
Film Editing by
Mano Csillag
Casting By
Andrea Steinhauser
Production Design by
Judit Wunder
Costume Design by
Sosa Juristovszky
Makeup Department
Orsolya Néma … makeup artist
Andrea Véninger … hair stylist
Production Management
Ádám Farkas … unit manager
Klementina Kézdi … unit manager
Dániel Molnár … production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Hajnalka Vajay … first assistant director
Art Department
Frank Rizzo … poster artist
Sound Department
Bálint Gábor … boom operator
Máté Péterffy … production sound mixer / re-recording mixer / sound editor
Visual Effects by
Ádám Besenyöi … visual effects
Viktor Szemerey … visual effects
Camera and Electrical Department
István Decsi … focus puller
János Lénárt … assistant camera
Zsolt Móna … gaffer / key grip
Csaba Polgár … focus puller
Gergő Pásztor … lighting technician
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sosa Juristovszky … costume desginer
Editorial Department
Eszter Nagy … colorist, Karmazin Films
Music Department
Adam Balazs … music supervisor
Akos Lustyik … assistant music supervisor / music editor
Other crew
Nina Kov … choreographer
Marianna Rudas … script supervisor
Ildikó Szücs … legal expert
IMDb

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