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Never in Love
This Cannot Be Atoned For
László Halász is a photographer and documentary filmmaker based in Hungary. Since 2012 he has been involved in several video projects for NGOs as a member of the Zöld Pók Foundation. His interest is focused on groups and individuals on the margins of society. He worked as a cinematographer in László Bihari's film No Country For Poor Men (Nem szegényeknek való vidék) and Sári Haragonics's film Szia Sári. He also made music videos for the music group Várkonyi Csibészek. This Cannot Be Atoned For is his first directorial work.
The Two of Us
György Dobray (born in 1942, in Budapest, Hungary) graduated from the Department of Cinematography of the Film Academy in 1965. He produced documentary, educational and literary films for the Hungarian Television, and fiction films for the Hungarian Film Production Company. He is currently working on documentary and TV films, as well as a fiction film. He received the Hungarian Balázs Béla Award in 2010.
Tales from the Prison Cell
2016 – Semmi bogár (rövidfilm)
2015 – Rominian Sunrise (rövidfilm)
2012 – Kriszta és Zsolt
Sabbath in Shadow
My Digital Nomad
Kata Oláh is a producer and director. Since her focus has shifted to directing a few years ago, her films have received several national and international awards. Her first feature length documentary film, The Bar Mitzvah Boys has been nominated to compete in the PRIX EUROPA 2018. In 2019, she was awarded the Best Editor prize for her TV documentary Couture Behind the Iron Curtain by The Hungarian Film Academy. Her short documentary Mignon received the Best Short Documentary award at the Budapest International Documentary Festival. Her short fiction, independent production Zuniverzum shot during the pandemic, has been purchased for HBO Go. My Digital Nomad is her latest documentary.