In a Vise
1988: Új idõk a Kárpátalján
1989: Burgenlandi magyarok közt
1992: Az elsõ száz év (1988-1992)
1992: Lassítás (1988-1992)
1993: Miénk a gyár I-II.
1997: Széthullás idõrendben - Rendszerváltó évek VIII-IX.
1999: Szerelem első hallásra
2003: Az út vége
2003: Valahol otthon lenni
2009: Puskás Hungary
2019: Folyékony arany
Whose Dog Am I?
Prayer for the Weary
Ábel Visky grew up in Cluj, Romania. He studied directing at the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania until 2010. In 2011, he continued in film and directing, under the mentorship of János Szász and Attila Janisch at the University of Theatre and Film Arts, Budapest. He is currently enrolled there as a PhD student. His first feature documentary, Tales From the Prison Cell (2020), is a creative documentary about the relationship between male detainees and the children waiting for them at home.
The Missing Tale
Klára Trencsényi is an award-winning freelance director and cinematographer committed to creative documentaries. She graduated from the Hungarian Film Academy in Budapest as DOP. Her last feature documentary, Train to Adulthood, won – among other prizes – the Golden Dove at DOK Leipzig. She leads courses on documentary filmmaking at CEU.
Howling Like We Do
Asia Dér graduated from the DOCnomads MA program as a documentary director, and is pursuing her doctoral degree at the University of Theatre and Film Arts, Budapest. Her graduation film, Letters from Mom, was nominated for best short film at the Hungarian Film Week, and her first feature (co-directed with Sári Haragonics), Her Mothers, was co-produced with HBO and supported by the Sundance Post-production Fund. Her Mothers was shown at more than 30 international film festivals and won several awards, including Best Film award at the Moscow International Documentary Film Festival DOKer, and the CROSSING EUROPE Film Festival in Linz. She has participated at ZagrebDox Pro, CIRCLE Women Doc Accelerator, East Doc Platform, Cannes Docs, and the Docu Rough Cut Boutique. Asia’s currently working on her second feature-length documentary, I Did Not Die (Nem haltam meg), and is a member and teacher at the FREEszfe Association, and a presidium member of the Hungarian Documentary Association.
Márton Vízkelety is a director and cinematographer. He was thirteen when he stared taking black and white photos with an analog camera. In 2007 he graduated from the University of Theatre and Film Arts, Budapest, Hungary, with an MA degree. He took part in many workshops, including the Berlinale Talent Campus, and Cinetrain in Moscow, Russia. He works on short films, commercials, and documentaries in Russia, Hungary, the United Kingdom and USA. Holy Dilemma is his first feature documentary as a director.
Julianna Ugrin graduated from university in 2005, after which she began working in film at Flora Film International. In 2009 she was selected to the EURODOC producer’s workshop. Since March 2009 she has worked at Havas Films as a producer and production manager. She established Éclipse Film, an independent film production company in 2011, and has developed projects at various international workshops and pitching forums. Films she produced were screened, nominated and awarded at festivals like Sundance, IDFA, DOK Leipzig, or Sarajevo IFF. Since 2013 she has taught at the University of Theatre and Film Arts in documentary MA studies, where she is also a DLA student. Ugrin is part of Emerging Producers 2014, and is an EAVE graduate. She is organizer of DunaDOCK Master Class & Pitching series, and a member of the Hungarian Film Academy and of EDN. Holy Dilemma is her first feature documentary as a director.