Born in 1972 in Debrecen (Hungary), he graduated in 2000 as a film director from the University of Theatre and Film Arts in Budapest. His first feature film, Sticky Matters won the award for Best First Film at the 32nd Hungarian Film Week. His following films, such as Tamara and Off Hollywood, were internationally acclaimed. White Palms, inspired by the director’s own childhood memories and his brother’s experience as a professional gymnast, was selected at the 2006 Cannes Directors’ Fortnight. Bibliothèque Pascal premiered at the Berlinale and went onto win numerous awards.
2001 STICKY MATTERS (Macerás ügyek)
2006 WHITE PALMS (Les Paumes blanches – Fehér tenyér)
2010 BIBLIOTHÈQUE PASCAL
2012 EAST SIDE STORIES – segment THE WILD SIDE
2014 MIRAGE (Délibáb)