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Szabolcs Hajdu was born in Debrecen, Hungary in 1972.
He studied at the Hungarian University of Drama and Film and directed the short film
, which gained remarkable critical acclaim.
, his first feature film, was awarded Best First Film of the Hungarian Film Week and Jury’s Special Prize at the Kiev MOLODIST film festival in 2003. His next feature,
won First Prize at the AVANCA film festival in 2005. His autobiographical movie
was premiered in Cannes Quinzaine des Réalisateurs in 2006. It went on to win numerous international awards. His television feature
was presented at the Edinburgh IFF in 2008.
his 5th feature film, won the Golden Reel main prize of the 41st Hungarian Film Week and the international premiere was hosted by the 40th edition of Berlinale Forum in 2010.
1997: Necropolis / Nekropolisz (s)
1998: Knock, Knock - Pagoda for Little Mara / Valaki kopog - Kicsimarapagoda (s)
/ Macerás ügyek
2004: Everyday Encyclopedia 1 / Hétköznapi enciklopédia I. (s)
/ Fehér tenyér
2010: The Wild Side / A te országod (s) (part of
East Side Stories