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Gyorgy Kristof

Profession: DirectorProducerWriterDirectorWriter
Country: Hungary
A native of Slovak city Košice, he studied philosophy at the University of Miskolc in Hungary where he discovered his fondness for film. To fulfil his dreams, he worked in the production teams of small Hungarian films -specially with Ildikó Enyedi- and in big American productions (“The Eagle”, “The Boy in the Striped Pajamas”, ...). In 2008, he started to study directing at FAMU in Prague. His full-length feature début “Out” was selected for the Un Certain Regard Section at the 70th Cannes Film Festival. He is currently preparing a drama from 90s “Decent girls cry quietly” and a dance sci-fi thriller “Bunker”.
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Good Girls Don't Cry

After years spent abroad Žofi returns to her hometown Dunajská Streda to confront her past hoping that this rough journey will help her to put life back in order. After an arrival she meets with ...
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Good Girls Don't Cry

After years spent abroad Žofi returns to her hometown Dunajská Streda to confront her past hoping that this rough journey will help her to put life back in order. After an arrival she meets with ...
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Good Girls Don't Cry

After years spent abroad Žofi returns to her hometown Dunajská Streda to confront her past hoping that this rough journey will help her to put life back in order. After an arrival she meets with ...
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OUT

East Slovakia, the village of Vojany. A crowd gathers in front of the local thermal power station: the owners of the factory are planning to close the power plant down, which would lead to hundreds ...
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OUT

East Slovakia, the village of Vojany. A crowd gathers in front of the local thermal power station: the owners of the factory are planning to close the power plant down, which would lead to hundreds ...
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