Graduating from the University of Theatre and Film Arts of Budapest in 2011, Gábor Osváth produced his first short film ‘Here I Am’ during his school years, which was selected into Cannes Cinefondation and later was a nominee at the European Film Awards.
He founded Filmfabriq in 2012 with Dorottya Ócsai. Despite being one of the youngest companies in Hungary, Filmfabriq is already one of the busiest, and its slate includes the award-winning shorts, feature-length documentaries and live-action movies, including ‘Captives’, directed by Academy Award-winning director Kristóf Deák.
Gabor also co-manages the boutique company Boddah with director Bálint Szimler and cinematographer Marcell Rév. Boddah shepherds their projects, including 2015’s feature music docu ‘Balaton Method‘ and Réka Bucsi’s animated short, ‘LOVE’.
Gabor Osvath was chosen to be one of the Emerging Producers, class of 2016. He is a member of the European Film Academy since 2020.