Studied humanities, theology and cinematography. Made ethnographic films with Bertalan Andrásfalvy, Sándor Czakó, Anna Raffay, Sándor Sára, István Szőts and László Vitézy for almost half a century. A founding member of Duna Television and its Danube Studio, which makes documentaries. Their creative community spoke to Hungarians scattered around the world in nearly a hundred films. Wlassics and Martin Prize winner, Lifetime Achievement Award winning artist of the Hungarian Academy of Arts.
The environmental conditions of a specific area gives a true picture of the relationship among its inhabitants and the relationship of those inhabitants with God. The scenery of the Sárköz comes to life through the well-informed and authentic guidance of ethnographist Bertalan Andrásfalvy. These pictures convey a strong sense of identity, faithfulness and confidence in the common roots and a common heritage. A mission of belonging fosters spiritual ties to local people which may then be raised