Dr. Tamás Kollarik has worked in many fields of the film profession, he is a Bánffy award winner producer. He is the director and lecturer of the Moholy-Nagy University of Arts, and he is a member of the Television Arbitration Committee of the National Film Institute. He is a lawyer, philologist, administrative organizer, creator and coordinator of the Hungarian Media Patronage program between 2010 and 2019, member of the Media Council of NMHH. He is the former director of Neumann Nonprofit Kft., the National Audiovisual Archive.
Jury of the Carpathian basin Film Review
She is a Transylvanian-born artist. She graduated from the University of Theatre and Film Arts with a directing degree, in the class of Tamás Almási in 2004. She has been working for Duna Television since 1996 as the director of various cultural programs. The main topic of her fictional short films and documentaries is the social situation of women and young people, and the depiction of different female lifestyles.
She teaches at film camps. She was the art director of the Film.dok Documentary festival for many years. She is the member of the István Szőts Film Workshop.
He born in 18 January 1961, Barót (Transylvania) on the name day of Piroska. It was Wednesday, market day and strong cold. There have been many things changed. He studied in Barót, Marosvásárhely (Târgu Mureș) and Sepsiszentgyörgy (Sfântu Gheorghe), finished the university at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Kolozsvár (Cluj-Napoca). Ha has been renaissance musician, economical director, politician and program organiser.
He born in Kolozsvár (Cluj-Napoca), Transylvania and working as a film director, cameraman and producer. He finished the Cinematics University in 1999 as cameraman in János Xantusz class. Parallel to the university studies he participated as a permanent-freelancer colleague at the Duna Television works, where he later becomes director. After finishing the university, he directs documentaries. His main topic is about the destiny of the transborder Hungarian and the process of the determinative historical events.
Ágnes is lucky and privileged while her job and passion are coincident. She has made shorter-longer movies for the Hungarian Television for 30 years, and later for different programs of the MTVA. The restless curiosity brought her closer to extraordinary people, landscapes and stories. She aimed that even more feelings and values could be showed to the viewer with the help of the technique.
He born in 1986, Budapest. He studied in the Eötvös Lóránd University Faculty of Humanities at French-cultural anthropology-Arabic course and finished the Hungarian Radio journalist school. He had scholarships in Nizza, Damascus and Brussels. He won the Great Academic Prize in 2007 and the Golden Pen Prize twice. From 1999 he works in the social media. He has been reporter, editor-presenter in the Hungarian Television, Petőfi, Bartók, Kossuth Radio and in the Duna Television. Between 2012 and 2015 he was the intendant of the Kossuth Radio.
He has been in every continent – including the Antarctic - with the Hungarian Television camera. He has taken part in a wide variety of programs such as programs for children and art programs as operator. Live commentations of musical informatives, TV games and national events. (Mazsola film was his diploma work.) After meeting Pál Rockenbauer he specialised to nature film making. From 30 years he has been making only these programs. As director-operator he made 300 small movies.
Dr. Zoltán Kőváry is clinical psychologist, and has bachelor of art diploma in Hungarian language and literature. He is a docent in the ELTE PPK Clinical Psychology and Addictology Department. His first diploma was about Géza Csáth in the Hungarian language course of the Szeged University, Hungary. After that, he studied psychology in the University of Debrecen, later clinical psychology in Budapest.
For 10 years he was the colleague, filmcritic and reading editor of the Heti Válasz (Weekly Answer) newspaper. His writings appeared in the Magyar Konyha (Hungarian Kitchen) gastronomy and the Szív (Heart) Jesuit magazine, moreover in the Kommentár newspaper. He is the profession of films for the Duna and the M5 cultural channel. György is the editor of several documentary films and script-writer. He won the Art Scholarship of the Hungarian Academy of Art. Since 2018 he is the literary colleague of the National Theatre.
Between 2005 and 2011 as the mayor of Pusztaszer he was one of the main organisers of the Csizmazia György Nature Film Festival, Pusztaszer, Hungary. The profession remember of its feeling nostalgically. To keep this memory alive Pusztaszer Council regularly offers special award for the most talent young artist in the International Nature Film Festvial, Gödöllő. The Csizmazia György Nature Film Festival is thougth as the ancestor of the International Nature Film Festvial, Gödöllő.