HUNGARIAN SHORT FILM SING WINS A 2017 OSCAR

Last night in LA, Hungarian film Sing won the 2017 Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film. Based on a true story of the early 90s in Budapest, the 25-minute short film follows an award-winning school choir, their teacher, a new girl in class and the dark truth behind their fame. The movie by Hungarian filmmaker Kristof Deak is the second Hungarian film to earn an Oscar in the past two years, after last year’s triumph of Son of Saul as the Best Foreign Language Film.

Watch the trailer with English subtitles below.