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Béla Tarr (born July 21, 1955) is an acclaimed Hungarian film director. Much of his work is marked by philosophical elements and a pessimistic view of humanity. His films utilize unconventional storytelling methods, such as long takes and/or non-professional actors to achieve realism.
Debuting with his film Family Nest in 1979, Tarr underwent a period of what he refers to as "social cinema", aimed at telling mundane stories about ordinary people, often in the style of cinema vérité. Over the next decade, the cinematography of Tarr's films gradually changed; Damnation (1988) was shot with languid camera movement aimed at establishing ambience. It marked Tarr's earliest experimentation with philosophical themes, focused mostly on bleak and desolate representations of reality. Sátántangó (1994) and Werckmeister Harmonies (2000) continued this approach; both are considered by some critics to be among the greatest films ever made. Tarr would later compete in the 2007 Cannes Film Festival with his film The Man From London.
Frequent collaborators of Tarr include his wife Ágnes Hranitzky, novelist László Krasznahorkai, film composer Mihály Víg, cinematographer Fred Kelemen, and actress Erika Bók. After the release of his film The Turin Horse (2011), Tarr announced his definitive retirement from film direction. He has been teaching at the Sarajevo Film School since.
Most Popular Béla Tarr Trailers
Total trailers found: 20
15 February 2011
In 1889 German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche witnessed the whipping of a horse while traveling in Turin, Italy.
12 July 2000
This story takes place in a small town on the Hungarian Plain. In a provincial town, which is surrounded with nothing else but frost.
31 January 2008
One night Maloin, a switchman at a seaside railway station situated by a ferry harbour, witnesses a terrible event.
08 February 1994
In a small, dilapidated village in 1990s Hungary, life has come to a virtual stand-still. The Autumn rains have started.
04 February 2012
A film where anything can happen - the hero and the heroine changes their faces, age, look, names, and so on.
20 October 1988
Karrer plods his way through life in quiet desperation. His environment is drab and rainy and muddy. Eaten up with solitude, his hopelessness would be incurable but for the existence of the Titanik Bar and its beautiful, haunting singer.
01 May 2004
Twenty-five films from twenty-five European countries by twenty-five European directors.
15 April 2014
A documentary about the making of The Turin Horse, the last film directed by Hungarian master Béla Tarr.
15 September 2015
An abandoned tumbledown theater in the outback of Paraíba state is the initial setting of a film about cinema, which explores the testimonials of the novelist and playwright Ariano Suassuna and other filmmakers such as Ruy Guerra, Julio Bressane, Ken Loach, Andrzej Wajda, Karim Ainouz, José Padilha, Hector Babenco, Vilmos Zsigmond, Béla Tarr, Gus Van Sant and Jia Zhangke.
01 January 1990
Short film by Béla Tarr
01 January 1979
Családi tüzfészek (aka Family Nest) is an intimate portrayal of a family slowly disintegrating under various pressures in late 1970s communist Hungary.
01 January 1978
film by Béla Tarr
18 May 2005
Johanna, a young drug addict, falls into a deep coma after an accident. Doctors miraculously manage to save her from death's doorstep.
01 January 1981
A talented but irresponsible violinist ruins his marriage with his drinking and antisocial behaviour.
01 January 1990
Collection of documentary shorts by various acclaimed directors
01 January 1982
A Hungarian TV version of the play shot in just two takes.
17 January 1985
Possibly inspired by the existential play No Exit by Jean-Paul Sartre, this story about five people living in close quarters in a small apartment conveys the same angst as Sartre's well-known story about the nature of hell.
09 December 1982
Using verite conventions, a young couple with a baby and a child are worn away by the monotony of their lives.