Graduated as a film and TV-director from the Hungarian Academy of Drama and Film in 1994, his short films, made in collaboration with Béla Balázs Studio, won several awards abroad.
Directed his first feature film, North by North, in 1998 and his second feature, docudrama Iska's Journey (2007), won the Main Prize at Hungarian Film Week, was awarded among others Discovery of the Year at the Reykjavik IFF, and was selected among the ten best European films by the European Parliament in 2007.
1993: Silent Years / Ezüstkor (short)
1998: North by North / Észak, Észak
2005: Miraq (experimental)
2006: Portable Homeland - Portrait of István Domonkos / Hordozható haza - Domonkos István portré két tételben (documentary)
2007: Iska's Journey / Iszka utazása
2010: Summertime (s) (part of East Side Stories sketchfilm)