CINEMATOGRAPHER AND GAFFER TEACHERS, GUEST LECTURERS

János Vecsernyés

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Balázs Béla Prize winner cinematographer and director. Winner of several Hungarian and international awards, such as: Venice International Film Festival – Special Jury Prize (The Dinner, 2008), Kamera Hungária – Best Short Film Award (Quartet, 2001). He is not only a talented director, but one of the most wanted feature film cinematographers in demand. He has also shot more than 250 commercials so far. MORE

 

 

 

 

Buda Gulyás

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Balázs Béla Prize winner cinematographer. He has shot several Hungarian and foreign productions. Besides many American films and television series, he was the cinematographer of Just Sex and Nothing Else. He also worked as one of the main cinematographers of the films Children of Glory andChameleon. In 2008, he won the “Best Cinematographer” award at the Madrid International Film Festival, and he was chosen as “Cinematographer of the Year” at the Aranyszem Budapest HSC in 2009. MORE

 

 

 

Elemér Ragályi

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Emmy Award winning cinematographer, also received a Jury Prize at the Montreal World Film Festival. Ragályi is an internationally renowned D.o.P., who has worked in dozens of Hungarian and international productions since the 70s. Many films that he shot went on to win multiple awards, including an Oscar, an Emmy and an ACE Award. His honors in Hungary: Balázs Béla Prize, Artist of Merit, Outstanding Artist, and Kossuth Prize. At the Hungarian Film Festival, he has been awarded the “Best Cinematographer” award six times. MORE

 

 

 

Tamás Babos

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Cinematographer. He was graduated from University of Theatre and Film Arts. He is notable for his work in commercials (Pedigree, FHB Bank, Unicredit, E-ON etc.), television shows (Zanzibar), and movies for which he was recognised by several international and Hungarian awards. With „Nyugalom” (2008), he won in Best Cinematographer category at the Lecce Festival of European Cinema. MORE

 

 

 

 

Frigyes B. Marton

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Balázs Béla Prize winner cinematographer. He was graduated from University of Theatre and Film Arts in 1979. He won the Hungarian television’s “Cinematographer of the Year” award multiple times. His film, “Szarajevó Kávéház” won the Jury Prize at the Monaco International Film Festival in 1998. He was the cinematographer of Hungarian series called “Limonádé” and “Tűzvonalban”. MORE

 

 

 

 

Miklós Hajdu

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He has been a gaffer in about a hundred feature films and television series. Hajdu has worked with the best directors, including István Szabó, Béla Tarr, György Pálfi, János Szász, Éva Gárdos, Pál Sándor, Peter Kassovitz and Uli Edel. He has also worked with several renowned D.o.P.s, most recently with Elemér Ragályi on István Szabó’s The Door. MORE

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lajos Tamás

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Cinematographer, founder and co-owner of Film Positive Productions, also teacher at the University of Theatre and Film Arts from 2001. He graduated in 1991 from UTFA’s cinematographer major. In the 90’s he worked as a cinematographer at Hungarian Television and MAFILM where he made several commercials, TV-movies and films. His work is known from movies like „Pockok”, „A Harag Napja”, „Mennyei béke” or „Para”, which were recognized many times. He received an award for „Pockok” in Best Movie category at the Hungarian Movie Week and he won in Best Cinematographer category at KODAK Golden Eye Festival of Cinematographers MORE

 

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