Róbert is a Hungarian cinematographer based in Budapest. He has spent his university years between the University of Drama and Film in Budapest, Łódź and Berlin. In 2009 he recieved the Bronze Tadpole prize at Camerimage in Łódź, Poland. His first feature length film was the 2015 Hungarian drama The Wednesday Child which has won the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival East of West Award. He is recently been working in international and domestic film and TV productions and served as Previz Animatic Director on the 2016 release of Call of Duty.
Growing up in a cinema (her mother was the manager), Anna knew from an early age she wanted to work in the industry. She started out as a production manager at MAFILM (Hungary’s state-owned film production company) in 1971 and subsequently helped generations of young filmmakers overseeing production at the University of Drama and Film in Budapest.
She established Meteor Film in 2005 as the successor of her father’s Meteor Filmstudio, est. 1946.
She has been working as the producer of several documentaries, popular science and educational films, before branching into fiction films quite recently.
Adam’s name has become synonymous with innovative film scoring that is not afraid of taking chances. His distinctive voice, a blend of tradition from his European classical training and an intuitive grasp of contemporary music, combined with his expertise in electronica, makes Adam one of the most versatile and unique composers of his generation. Whether writing compositions for Carnegie Hall or scores for a multitude of highly regarded films in Hollywood or for HBO Europe original productions, Adam places his unmistakable signature on all his work.
Máté studied at the University of Theatre and Film Arts in Budapest, learning from masters such as Tamás Zányi (sound designer on last year’s Oscar winning feature Son of Saul). Now he works as a freelance film sound maker based in Budapest. His main profile is audio post-production in feature films, TV movies, series as sound editor, foley supervisor, and occasionally re-recording mixer. He has worked on several features, TV movies and short films as production sound mixer. When not working on films, Máté enjoys recording and mixing songs for his musician friends at his home studio.
Judit graduated from the Animation Department of the renowned Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design where she made her debut short animation ‘Bond’.
She has also worked on several short films (Sing, Provincia) as production designer and made animated short films for the Buda Castle Museum’s permanent and temporary exhibitions.
Sosa is a Budapest-based costume designer. She has designed costumes for many Hungarian feature films, short films and theatre plays over the last 15 years – including internationally acclaimed ‘Just The Wind’, awarded with the Jury Grand Prix at Berlinale 2011.
She has been working in international productions as Costume Supervisor since 2015.
Londoner Bex Harvey received a MA in screenwriting from Westminster University. Bex started out performing stand-up comedy and writing sketches for BBC radio before concentrating on writing short films, features and sitcoms. Individually, and with co-writer Christian Azzola, she has won several scriptwriting competitions and been selected for new talent film and TV development schemes.
Christian began his career writing for various television shows including the Emmy Award winning Smack the Pony. More recently along with writing partner Bex Harvey he has been selected as a feature film writer on Screen Yorkshire’s Triangle scheme, won a place on Creative England/Cofilmic’s Comedy Lab, had a screenplay selected for the Collabor8te short film scheme and has written award winning short films.
After studying music and choir directing at ELTE University and the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, Mónika became a teacher at the Bakáts Square Elementary School. As a designated School of Song and Music, the institution’s main profile is choir music – and Mónika has introduced several generations of young singers to the beauty of it.
With their Musical Bridge project, the Bakáts Choir has been invited to perform in Germany, Austria, France and Transylvania as well. The choir has received the Gold Award in 2011, 2013 and 2015 at the Singing Youth of Budapest competition.
Over 50 young members of the Bakáts Choir took part in the recording and shooting of the film.