We are NOT a full‑service production house

because we mainly offer production services for art-heavy projects.

After working on a huge number of projects in Budapest and Barcelona, we know how to bring the best out of the possibilities available.

We understand that the advertising industry is in the middle of a transformation, which is why we also deal with branded and digital content.

We are naturally attracted to fresh proposals, where the chance for creative solutions is offered.

Motion Pictures


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Produced by Kinomoto
Agency: DDB Sofia
Directed by Kinopravda

TELENOR / LIMITLESS YOU / TVC commercial 1 / 11


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Produced by Kinomoto
Agency: HPS Budapest
Directed by Kinopravda

NESCAFÉ / TVC commercial 2 / 11


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Produced by Lighthouse Cairo
Service by Kinomoto BP
Agency: JWT Cairo
Directed by Kinopravda

NESTLÉ MEGA \ TVC commercial 3 / 11

Telenor Christmas \ TVC

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Produced by Kinomoto
Agency: DDB Sofia, Tribal Worldwide
Directed by Kinopravda

Producer: Panni Szijártó
Executive producer: Danila Kostil

DoP: Marcell Rév
B unit DoP: Kristóf Becsey
Art director: Richard Illés
Stylist: Je Suis Belle
Editor: Márton Gothár
Production manager: Fanni Verbovszki
1st AD: Tamás Vass

Telenor Christmas \ TVC commercial 4 / 11


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STABILO / VIRAL commercial 5 / 11

Yvein monq \ twun

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Producers { Anna Szijártó (Kinomoto), Constance Guillou, Robin Giraud (Excuse My French), Zita Kisgergely (PPM Films)
Directed by { Kinopravda
Cinematography by { Bet Rourich

Creative producer: Xénia Fekete, Danila Kostil [Kinopravda]
Production manager: Anna Szijártó [Kinomoto]
Creative contributors: Ábris Gryllus, Áron Filkey [Kinomoto]
Stylist: Heni Kiss, Linda Rita Tóth
Fox maker: Géza Szöllősi
Shoes: Natacha Marro, Enikő Tóth Kern, Anna Zaboeva, Eugenia Alejos
Clothes: SCHATZI, Retrock, LoveBug Vintage
Special thanks: Victor Carrey, Gábor Piroch, Andrea Szirmai, Regina Darányi (Vision Team), Gabriel Planes (Technok), Sergi Subirá (In Extremis), Médea Kui (Boscolo Hotel), Noémi Varga
Label: 8ounce Records


Yvein monq \ twun music video 6 / 11

Hayah film festival \ idents

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Written and directed by { Kinopravda

Hayah film festival \ idents commercial 7 / 11

Chet faker & marcus marr / MUSIC VIDEO

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Directed by  Kinopravda
Produced by  Jeremy Goold  – You Are Here UK, Zita Kisgergely – PPM, Anna Szijarto – Kinomoto
Cinematography by   Gábor Garai
Choreography  Andrienn Hód
Production design  Heni Kiss [Kinopravda]
Costume  Je Suis Belle
Post production  Umbrella

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celebrate life \ MUSIC VIDEO

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Directed by Kinopravda
Cinematography by Sebas Sarraute
Mecal International Animation and Short Film Festival – Barcelona, Spain

celebrate life \ MUSIC VIDEO music video 9 / 11

ADC / Festival intros

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Directed by { Kinopravda
Produced by { Umbrella & Kinomoto
Costume by { Je Suis Belle
ADC is the first global organization to celebrate and award leaders in creative communications founded by Louis Pedlar  in 1920.
The sequence of the three films created by Luka Kostil explore the enigmatic theme of immorality through the lens of art, science, and psychiatry.

ADC / Festival intros black & white 10 / 11

ŽAGAR \ Space Medusa

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Directed by { Kinopravda
Cinematography by { Fernando Gayesky

This music video was inspired by Tarkovsky’s Solaris, shot in a salt mountain and in studio with mock-up spaceships and planets. Produced by { Kinopravda, with the collaboration of PPM Film and Verkami.

Mecal Festival International of Animation and Short Film Festival – Barcelona, Spain

ŽAGAR \ Space Medusa music video 11 / 11








Telenor Christmas \ TVC



Production: KINOMOTO
music video

Yvein monq \ twun

Production: EMF Paris, PPM Films

Hayah film festival \ idents

music video

Chet faker & marcus marr / MUSIC VIDEO

Produced by You Are Here, PPM Films
Production Service: KINOMOTO
music video

celebrate life \ MUSIC VIDEO

black & white

ADC / Festival intros

Production: Kinomoto & Umbrella
music video

ŽAGAR \ Space Medusa


Art Department & Collaborators

Our art teams are made up of young and experienced art directors who are used to working on projects which need a special approach and collaborating with all kinds of artists.


We have implemented numerous art-based projects since 2012, so we have a fruitful relationship with many on the local art scene and easy access to all kinds of talent in Europe.

Graphic & set designer
Art director
Head of art
Art director
Costume designer
Chamo SanBCN
Artist / Costume designer
Adrienn HódBUD
Table top studio
Art Project
Graphic & set designer

Áron is a Hungarian graphic and set designer specialising in analogue and photographic solutions in his graphic works. Based in New York and working at Sagmeister & Walsh, he is also a member of Kinopravda.

Art director

Venezuelan born Art director, based in Barcelona One love.

Head of art

Heni is uniquely creative, a stylist and art director, yet also has the skills to be head of art and unify and control both wardrobe and the art department. She is a member of Kinopravda.

Art director

Iván was born in Elx. Son of a decorator, he blends his two passions: cinema and decoration. He studied Audiovisual Communication specialising in fiction and advertising, and started out the world of art in 2006. He graduated in 2008, the year he came to Barcelona where he now lives. Next year he is doing the Master in Art Direction at ESCAC film school.

Costume designer

Dalma Devenyi and Tibor Kiss founded Je Suis Belle back in 2005. Since then the brand has become one of Hungary’s leading fashion house as well as an internationally recognized label. Their concept is (and was from the very beginning) constantly collaborating with various branches of art especially with visual arts. They consider traditional techniques and giving contemporary frame to folk art as two of their main intellectual values.

Chamo San /

Chamo is based in Barcelona. He studied Fine Arts at UB (Universitat de Barcelona), Barcelona, and ENSBA (École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts), Paris. He’s above all a drawer but loves every field in the art world, which is why he is a great collaborator in mixed media and mixed technique film projects.

Aloma /
Artist / Costume designer

Aloma is Barcelona based artist working on creative & artistic costumes.

Tuixén /

Both math and color are key elements of her work. Black horses parade in her choreographies, geometric shapes flood her videos and seditious robots slide around her mise-en-scènes.

Adrienn Hód /

Her main profile is experimental movement and contemporary dance. She choreographs theater pieces, films, TV advertisements, music videos, live performances and events. She regulary teaches improvisation at Budapest Contemporary Dance Academy and gives workshops related pieces of her own contemporary dance company, Hodworks.

Finesse /
Table top studio

A Barcelona based studio specialized in table tops and high speed cinematography.

Art Project

Buborék is a project which is based on the idea of making inflatable ephemeral indoor installations for events and sets for filming or photo shooting. The starting point of each project is the selection of a location, which will be the place where to build a unique and customized piece. An inflatable balloon that expands and invades the space completely by itself. The balloon grows until it fills the whole space and becomes the part of the existing architecture.

Production Services



Pez Vela

A new version of the typical sea food beach restaurant right on the shore line, facing the Barceloneta with a menu focused mainly on sea food rices, (paellas) fresh appetizers and salads. A terrace with spectacular views of the ocean and the city.

[a] Paseo del Mare Nostrum 19/21 (bajos del Hotel W, “HotelVela”)
[t] +34 932 216 317 Sunday night closed

Esa Y Fred Gastrobar

Elsa and Fred reinvents the classic tapas bar, with creative cuisine with subtle inspiration from international cuisine. With special care in the presentation and maximum respect for the original flavors of each ingredient.

[a] Rec Comtal 11, Sant Pere + 34 935 016 611
[t] 34 935 016 611


Elegant and formal with a modernist look, the unique character is the result of the balance between food and interior design. The cuisine is based in the Mediterranean tradition, going for the lighter cuisine with contemporary touches.

[a] Enrique Granados 28
[t] +34933231635

Mercat Princessa

Mercat Princessa it is a gastronomic space located in a 14th century building in the heart of the Born district. In fact, it is a mix of market , restaurants, wine shops , galleries and public space, a place where you can try both dishes and wines from different regions of Spain.

[a] Carrer del Sabateret 1–3
[w] mercatprincesa.com


Numeronueve (N9)

Tapas and Cocktail bar, an Asian restaurant, located in the heart of the Born district. The atmosphere inside is on a solid top five bartenders smiling and nimble. In addition to Asian dishes at the bar focuses on the eastern cocktails, so certainly try a couple of local cocktails

[a] Carrer Vidriería 9
[t] +34 933 10 05 17

Collage Collage

A cocktail bar in the Born neighborhood in which to making cocktails fit with jewelry care, sniper attention and grandmother’s love

[a] C/ Consellers 4


Ocaña are five different spaces with a common denominator: creativity. Café, Bar, Restaurant, Apotheke, Terrace. Menu is inspired by the typical selection of cocktail bars in Berlin such as the Tausend Bar and Amano Bar.

[a] Plaça Reial 13 14 15
[t] +34 936 764 814



The Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona building is the work of North American artist Richard Meier. The architecture is fundamentally a formal reinterpretation of rationalism, with references to the masters of the modern movement, particularly Le Corbusier. The building is shaped by a combination of rectilinear and curved elements, a geometry that is softened by the external light that penetrates into the building through open galleries and large skylights.

[a] Plaça dels Àngels, 1
[w] macba.cat


The largest museum of Catalan national art, opened in 1934 in the building of Palau Nacional of Montjuïc. Today his collection - a large number of Romanesque frescoes, paintings, since the Middle Ages and ending with the first half of the twentieth century, as well as temporary exhibitions. In addition, through the display windows of the museum offers a spectacular panoramic view of the city.

[a] Palau Nacional, Parc de Montjuïc, s/n
[w] museunacional.cat


Contemporary Culture Center of Barcelona, with interesting temporary exhibits, great bookshop and spacious theater.

[a] Montalegre, 5
[w] cccb.org

Picasso Museum

Pablo Picasso Museum, with a rich collection of works by the author, as well as temporary thematic exhibitions.

[a] Carrer de Montcada, 15-23
[w] museupicasso.bcn.cat

Fundación Joan Miró

Museum world famous Catalan artist Joan Miró, designed by Josep Lewis Serta, with the paintings and sculpture of Miró, temporary exhibitions and sweeping views from the terraces

[a] Parc de Montjuïc


Torre Agbar
Avinguda Diagonal, 211, 08018 Barcelona
La Sagrada Família
Carrer de Mallorca, 401, 08013 Barcelona
Torre Telefonica
Anella Olímpica, Montjuïc
W Barcelona
Plaça de la Rosa dels Vents, 1, 08039 Barcelona
L'este Ferit Sculpture Barceloneta Beach
Barceloneta Beach
Catedral de Barcelona
Pla de la Seu, s/n, 08002 Barcelona
Mirador de Colón
Plaça del Portal de la Pau at the southern end of the Rambla


Encants Nou

New Market is located near the old one, by the way one of the oldest flea markets in Europe, and not notice it very difficult, because market covered impressive huge mirrored canopy, which can be called the third architectural dominant of Glories Plaza district, along with Jean Nouvel’s Torre AGBAR and design - center DHUB.

[a] Aviguda Meridiana, 69n



Bock Bistro

Definitely one of the best wine restaurants in Budapest, named after the renowned Hungarian wine producer József Bock.

[a] Erzsébet krt. 43-49, 1073
[t] +36 1 321 0340


Offers much more than the double treat of coffee and sunbath on the terrace from early spring to late autumn: they are passionate about serving delicious food all through the year.

[a] Liszt Ferenc tér 2, 1061
[t] +36 1 413 1482


Translated „Winekitchen”, as they see it, is a blend of a French-style bistro and a contemporary family restaurant offering the best of Hungarian cuisine.

[a] Sas u. 3, 1051
[t] +36 1 266 0835


MÁK’s concept is to offer state-of-the-art gastronomy to foodies from all walks of life, in a relaxed unpretentious atmosphere.

[a] Vigyázó Ferenc u. 4, 1051
[t] +36 30 723 9383


With its top quality gastronomy and wine special- ties, this is the first ever Michelin star restaurant in Budapest.

[a] Ráday u. 4, 1092
[t] +36 1 219 0696



Daytime everything is given to the classic coffee house atmosphere: fresh daily press and specially grounded coffee. In the late afternoon good wines and palinkas become more and more popular, the place is getting crowded.

[a] Kis Diófa u. 2, 1077

A38 Ship

The reincarnation of a Ukrainian stone-carrier ship, A38 began a new life on the Danube in Budapest as a cultural venue with a wide range of jazz, world and electronic music, contemporary and rock bands and musicians.


You can find only Hungarian wines in this Italian flair wine bar. Each week a different young Hungarian winemaker introduces his own selection.

[a] Szent István tér 3, 1051


Szimpla Kert is the pioneer of our ruin pubs. It is really a cult place giving new trends. Undoubtedly the best known ruin pub among the locals and the tourists, as well.

[a] Kazinczy utca, 14


Get lost in one of the best party venues of Budapest. There is always something jaw dropping going on. Easy to arrive but hard to leave.

[a] Akácfa utca, 49-51


Museum of Fine Arts

Housed in a grand neoclassical building, the Museum of Fine Arts is home to the city’s most outstanding collection of foreign works of art, ranging from articles from ancient Egypt and ancient Mediterranean cultures to stellar collections of Spanish, Flemish, Italian and German art.

[a] Dózsa György út 41

Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art

Housed in the architecturally controversial Palace of Arts north of Rákóczi Bridge, the Ludwig Museum holds Hungary’s most important collection of international contemporary art.

[a] Komor Marcell utca 1

Zwack Museum & Visitors' Centre

Unicum, the thick medicinal-tasting aperitif made from 40 herbs and spices, is as bitter as a loser’s tears and a favorite drink in Hungary. To delve into its history, head for this small museum, which starts with a rather schmaltzy video, has an enormous collection of 17,000 miniatures from across the globe and concludes with an educated tasting session.

[a] Dandár utca 1

House of Terror

The headquarters of the dreaded secret police is now the startling House of Terror, focusing on the crimes and atrocities of Hungary's fascist and Stalinist regimes in a permanent exhibition called Double Occupation. The reconstructed prison cells in the basement and the Perpetrators' Gallery, featuring photographs of the turncoats, spies and torturers, are chilling.

[a] Andrássy út 60

Memento Park

Home to more than 40 statues, busts and plaques of Lenin, Marx, Béla Kun and others whose likenesses have ended up on trash heaps elsewhere, Memento Park, 10km southwest of the city center, is truly a mind-blowing place to visit.

[a] Balatoni út & Szabadkai utca


House of Parliament

[a] Kossuth Lajos tér 1-3, 1055

Heroes Square

[a] Heroes Square

Andrássy Avenue

[a] Andrássy Avenue

Margaret Island

[a] Margaret Island

Chain Bridge

[a] Chain Bridge

St. Stephen’s Basilica

[a] Szent István tér 1, 1051

Great Synagogue

[a] Dohány u. 2, 1074


Széchenyi Thermal Bath

One of the largest bathing complexes in Europe, the premier medical baths of Pest-Its thermal springs were discovered in 1879; they are the deepest and hottest (74-75C.) thermal wells in the capital. The neo-Baroque baths were built in 1913, the swimming pool in 1927. The open-air sections with their pleasantly warm waters are equally popular in winter.

[a] Állatkerti krt. 9-11, 1146

Gellért Thermal Bath

One of the most popular baths for tourists visiting Budapest. The medical spring here was already famous in the 13th century. The spa is decorated with a wealth of original Art Nouveau furnishings, artistic mosaics, stained glass windows and sculptures, although the interior of the hotel built alongside has lost many of these fittings over the years.

[a] Kelenhegyi út 4, 1118

Rudas Thermal Bath

The bath was built in 1550, and then reconstructed by Pasha Sokoli Mustafa in 1566. Some of the Turkish-period features are still used today: the octagonal pool, the four small corner polls, each with water of a different temperature, and the characteristic Turkish dome. Rudas is open at night every Friday and Saturday — let’s go night bathing!

[a] Döbrentei tér 9, 1013

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