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Dózsa 1514

Director: CAKÓ Ferenc
14 min. 2014,
without dialogue
Distributor: Cakó Ferenc
Producer: C.A.K.Ó. STUDIÓ
Screenplay: Cakó Ferenc
Cinematographer: Mundrucz Tamás
Animator: Cakó Ferenc
Music: Sáry László, Sáry Bánk
Editor: Mundrucz Tamás

The Turkish Empire was expanding towards Europe during the 15-16th centuries. Hungary, the bastion of Europe halted the invasion.
Even today it is in memory of this event that Bells ring at noon.
The pope declared a Crusade to protect Europe against the Muslim peril in 1514. György Dózsa was chosen as the leader of the peasant army. However, the nobles hindered the recruitment.
The serfs were needed in the fields in the summer. The families of those peasants who joined the uprising led by Dózsa were mercilessly treated.
This uprising was an open rejection of the holy war promoted by the pope.
The army of the peasants turned against their own barons and the uprising broke out.
It was with great difficulty that the Hungarian nobles were able to defeat the army of the peasants and they took a terrible revenge on them.
The disastrous collapse of Hungary in the battlefield of Mohács in 1526 was partly ascribed to the suppression of the peasant war and the horrific vengeance in its wake.
In the battlefield at Mohács the Turkish army succeeded in the winning over the Hungarians and the Osman Turks led by their sultan commenced their sweeping conquest in Europe.
This film has been produced to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Dózsa Peasant War with the financial support of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority. It has been made with the support of the Hungarian State.

CAKÓ Ferenc

Ferenc Cakó
Born in Budapest in 1950. Graduated from the College for Creative Arts in 1973. While still at college he won several prizes as an amateur animation filmmaker.This it was abvious for him to follow, the road Pannonia Film Studio where he worked as an animator - designer - director from 1973 to 1991. He used puppet, clay, and paper-cut techniques in his films including 'The Chair', 'Criminal Clay', 'King`s Cold', (to order by John Halas), 'Tale with Surprise Ending' etc. The first significant intenational succes was at the Annecy Film Festival with 'Ad Astra' in 1982. From that time on he has made his films from his own scripts. His individual style emerges in his short films: 'Motorture' (clay) 1982. 'Ab Ovo' (clay and sand) 1987, 'Ad Rem' (clay and coal) 1989, 'Ashes' (sand) 1994 ,'Song of the Sand' (sand) 1995, 'Nest' (sand) 1997, 'Labyrinth' (clay and puppet) 1999, 'Vision' (puppet) 2000, 'Stones' (sand) 2000. His films have won the grand prizes of nearly each significant film festival: Cannes (Best Short Film), Berlin (Golden Bear), San Francisco (Golden Gate Award), Annecy (Best Short Film), Oberhausen, Krackow, Espinho, Sanghai, Gava Uppsala, Kecskemet etc. He also made series for children: 'Never Mind Toby' (26 episodes), 'Zeno' (22 episodes), 'Elephant Tof-Tof' (52 episodes), 'Legends of Hungarian Castles' (13 episodes). His individual and special sand animation show is very popular all over the world. It is usually performed in theatres, TV-shows and at exclusive events. He was invited several times to hold workshops about his special technique, e.g. in Finland, France, Spain, Belgium, Portugal. He makes illustration for children several and youth books. His graphics and painting are shown at individual exhibitions in the major cities of Hungary and abroad. He teaches 3D animation at School of Applied Arts.


  • 1989 - Merited Artist of Hungary
  • 1999 - Outstanding Artist of Hungary


  • 1978: The Chair / A szék
  • 1980: A Story with Tongue in Cheek / Csali mese
  • 1981: Cold King is cold / Hurut király fázik
  • 1981: Criminal Clay-Mates / Kasszagyúrók
  • 1982: Ad astra / Ad astra
  • 1982: Motorture / Autótortúra
  • 1982: Never Mind, Toby / Sebaj, Tóbiás sorozat
  • 1983: Never Mind Toby / Sebaj Tóbiás sorozat
  • 1983: Gameline-Children's Day / Gyermeknapi keretjáték
  • 1984: Never Mind Toby / Sebaj Tóbiás sorozat
  • 1985: Zeno / Zénó sorozat
  • 1985: Never Mind Toby / Sebaj Tóbiás sorozat
  • 1986: What, When, How, To Whom / Mit-mikor-hogyan-kinek
  • 1986: Zénó 7-11 / Zénó 7-11.
  • 1987: Zénó / Zénó
  • 1987: Ab ovo / Ab ovo
  • 1988: Zénó 16-22. / Zénó 16-22.
  • 1990: Ad rem / Ad rem
  • 1995: Ashes / Hamu
  • 1996: Song of the Sand / A homok dala
  • 1998: Nest / Fészek
  • 1999: Labyrinth / Labirintus
  • 1999: Maze
  • 2000: The Four Seasons / A négy évszak
  • 2000: Vision / Vízió
  • 2001: Stones / Kövek
  • 2001: Psycho-parade / Pszichoparádé
  • 2003: The Fox and the Raven / A róka és a holló
  • 2004: Rendezvous / Randevú
  • 2005: Hey, S.O.S. / Hé, S.O.S.
  • 2006: Letters / Levelek
  • 2008: Face / Arc
  • 2010: Touch / Érintés
  • 2012: Mourning/Sirató
  • 2014: Dózsa 1514

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