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Gyula Nemes

Gyula Nemes

Hungary / Website

Biography

Gyula Nemes (born 1974, in Vác, Hungary) studied Czech and Hungarian literature together with film theory at ELTE in Budapest. In 2007 he finished studies of documentary filmmaking at Prague’s FAMU under the supervision of Věra Chytilová and Karel Vachek. He debuted with the short feature Parrot (2001), based on the work of Bohumil Hrabal. His film The Dike of Transience was screened in the short documentary competition at Karlovy Vary in 2004. His feature Moje jediné (My One and Onlies, 2006) took part in Critics’ Week in Venice.


Filmography:

Papagáj/ Parrot (24´, Hungary, 2001)
A Mulandóság gátja/ The Dike of Transience (13´, Hungary, 2004)
Egyetleneim/ My One and Onlies (76´, Hungary, 2006)
Fugue (6´, Hungary/SK, 2007)
Letűnt világ/ Lost World (20´, Hungary/Finland 2008)
Negatív magyar filmtörténet (47', Hungary, 2010)

The Dike of Transcedence0

The Dike of Transience

A mulandóság gátja (Orig.) / 2001 / Hungary / 13 min

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