“Random walks” of five immigrants in Budapest

Borbála Tompa

The visual world rests on interviews, the sound of which follows through the film as a narrative. We follow the story of five immigrants in Budapest, two of whom still lives here as refugees. We touch upon various levels of their refugee life from the banal to the very severe. In economic theory, random walk means that stock market prices cannot be predicted. Thus, each time, the price had a fifty-fifty chance of closing higher or lower than the previous day. 

RANDOM WALKS by Borbála Tompa

Borbála Tompa is a Budapest based animation filmmaker and illustrator, born in 1986 Budapest, Hungary. 2007-2015 she gained his animation BA and MA degree at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest. After she graduated at MOME she have been working as a freelance animation director and designer. She’ve been working in many children shorts and series, and to clients as TED-Ed and The School Of Life. She was the member the Animation Sans Frontières program in 2017-2018. | Vimeo channel + Bēhance

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