Being bilingual – born in Slovakia and living and working in Hungary since she was 18 –  Alexandra Borbély can reflect a blend of two cultures, styles, and attitudes. She graduated from the University of Theatre and Film Arts in Budapest, and she has been a member of the Katona József Theatre since 2012. She played the leading role in the Oscar-nominated Hungarian film “On Body and Soul” in 2017, and she was chosen European Actress at the European Film Awards in the same year. She divides her time between film and theatre. 


Born in 1973 in Hungary, Tamás Dobos is a professional photographer and DOP. He graduated from the University of Theatre and Film Arts in Budapest in 2009, then studied at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME) and the Köln International School of Design (KISD). He has worked as a photographer and director of photography since 1998 with directors such as János Szász, Ágnes Kocsis, Kornél Mundurczó, Dénes Nagy, Viktor Oszkár Nagy, György Pálfi, and Árpád Bogdán. He has received numerous important awards both as a DOP and photographer, e.g. the György Illés award given to the DOP of the year in 2014. His work has been displayed internationally in various campaigns, galleries and festivals. Tamás Dobos is the DOP of “Genesis”, premiering as the Gala Screening of the Titanic Film Festival 2018. 


Ferenc Török is an award-winning Hungarian director and scriptwriter, member of the European Film Academy. He graduated from the University of Theatre and Film Arts in Budapest. His graduation film “Moscow Square” received the Best First Feature Prize and the Audience Award at the Hungarian Film Week in 2001. He has been teaching at the University of Theatre and Film Arts since 2007. His latest film, the black and white historical drama “1945” had its European premiere at the Berlinale Panorama in 2017, and it won the Audience Award at last year’s Titanic Film Festival.


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