The Clay Village of Transylvania is a story of a Hungarian Man named Mozes who lives in a little village called Agyagfalva (Lutita in Romanian). The name of the village in Hungarian is translated as “The Clay Village”, and it is a heartwarming short film about growing up, working, and raising a family in Eastern Europe. This film was directed by Mark Hemmings of Hemmings House, who has taught photography and filmmaking workshops to local young people in both Hungary and Transylvania/Romania. This film is a perfect example of how Hemmings House filmmakers are passionate about building empathetic connections between people from different parts of the Happy and Kind World.
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