(1940, Budapest) Graduated from the Academy of Performing Arts in 1973 with a thesis film that won him several international festival awards. In the seventies made social documentary films in the Béla Balázs Studio, making his first documentary-feature film, Holiday in Britain, in 1974. In the seventies and eighties one of the central figures of the Budapest School, an internationally recognized documentary style. Founder of the Company Studio, and manager of the Moving Pictures Innovative Company and Foundation. His constant collaborator is Györgyi Szalai.
Awards: Béla Balázs Award (1976), National Trade Union Council's Award (1981)