A Polgár lányokról szóló animációs film megnyerte az Arany Mókus díjat – videóval és feladattal


5Perc Angol | 2020. 10. 28.
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A Polgár lányokról szóló rajzfilm nyerte a Legjobb Magyar Gyerekfilm díját, az Arany Mókus díjat a 3. CINEMIRA Nemzetközi Gyerekfilm Fesztiválon.

‘The Polgár Girls’ Animation Film About Famous Hungarian Chess Players Wins Award for Children’s Films

A cartoon about the famous Hungarian chess players, Judit, Zsuzsa, and Zsófia Polgár, titled The Polgár Girls won the Best Hungarian Children’s Film award at the 3rd CINEMIRA International Children’s Film Festival.

CINEMIRA International Children’s Film Festival took place between October 24-25 at the Akvárium in Budapest, for the third time. More than 40 live-action and animated films made for children were screened. ‘The Golden Squirrel’ awards for the best films were decided by the professional jury, while the main prize winner of the festival, the winner of the ‘Best Hungarian Children’s Film,’ was chosen by a children’s jury. This year, ‘The Golden Squirrel Award’ for the ‘Best Hungarian Children’s Film’ and the three-hundred-thousand-forint cash prize were won by the animation entitled The Polgár Girls, by Ervin B. Nagy.

The children’s jury also gave special praise to Bori Mészáros’ stop-motion animation, The Last Yeti. The main prize of CINEMIRA’s video competition for children was shared by Máté Rudi’s Flowering Reef and Bence Mócsai’s Symbol. The special prize went to the works of Júlia Csáki (Zero Waste) and Király Dominik (Plastic Free).

The Polgár Girlsis a part of a sport-animation series, titled Cserebogarak. So far, the director and creator B. Nagy has made three episodes of famous Hungarian sportsman: the first episode shows Krisztina Egerszegi, five-time Olympic gold medalist swimmer, also known as Egér or Egérke (Little Mouse), the second is about six-time Olympic gold medalist fencer Rudolf Kárpáti, and the third one shows how the Polgár sisters took the chess world by storm.

All three episodes of the series were made for the Gyula Macskássy animation film competition. With the target audience in mind, each episode focuses on the childhood and youth of athletes, and concentrates on a different athlete and a different sport. With their seven-minute running time, the episodes tell the story of how “Little Mouse” trained with a can of liver cream on her forehead, what instrument the six-time Olympic champion Kárpáti played before he stepped into the fencing piste, or how the smallest Polgár girl, Judit, played chess for money to buy melon with her sisters.

The episode The Polgár Girls opens with ’80s chess world champion Garry Kasparov saying that he considers it impossible for female chess players to ever be on a par with male grand-masters. Then Zsuzsa, the first child of the Polgárs, both teachers, finds a chess piece in the living room drawer as a child, which leads her father to decide to raise his daughters as chess geniuses. The everyday lives of the three girls are spent studying, playing chess, ping-pong, playing games, and traveling under the supervision of their parents. At the same time, they beat their adult opponents one by one, even beating grand-masters at international championships…and Judit will one day find herself facing Kasparov at a competition.

source: Hungary Today

Az animációs film megnézése után döntsd el, hogy a 6 állítás igaz (T) vagy hamis (F) a film alapján.

  1. Kasparov claims that he is convinced that women playing chess against men is absolutely impossible.
     
  2. Zsuzsa found a chess piece in the drawer as a child.
     
  3. The Polgár girls were educated at home by private teachers. 
     
  4. Knight is huszár, Queen is vezér, Rook is bástya in Hungarian. 
     
  5. Judit played chess against people in the park to collect enough money to buy a 5-kilo watermelon. 
     
  6. Judit’s opponent in the 1987 Bruxelles chess tournament was Goodman. 

keys/megoldások:
1. F-almost impossible;
2. T;
3. F- by their parents;
4. T;
5. F-a 4-kilo watermelon; 6. F- Gutman

Vocabulary

to screen

vetíteni

‘The Golden Squirrel’
awards

Arany Mókus díjak (legjobb magyar
gyermekfilmnek járó díjak)

to give praise

dicsérni

stop-motion animation

stop-motion technikával készült film (a mozgóképet alkotó összes filmkockát külön beállítják és fotóként rögzítik, majd ezeket az álló képkockákat összeillesztik és vágják)

Flowering Reef

Virágzó Zátony

to take by storm

egy csapásra meghódítani

target audience

célközönség

piste

pást

to be on a par with

egy színvonalon lenni

chess piece

sakkfigura/sakkbábú

under the supervision of

valaki felügyelete alatt

opponents

ellenfelek

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