24 up-and-coming producers from 24 different European countries will take part in the Cannes event (17-19 May). LAND OF STORMS producer Eszter Gyárfás has been selected by Magyar Filmunió, the int’l department of the Hungarian National Film Fund.
Having exciting filmographies with international co-productions, 24 up-and-coming players of the European film industry have been selected to take part in European Film Promotion's (EFP) networking platform PRODUCERS ON THE MOVE.
Now in its 15th year, EFP spotlights emerging European producers at the Cannes Film Festival from May 17-19 and helps them embark on successful cooperations with their similarly ambitious PRODUCERS ON THE MOVE colleagues from all over Europe.
The programme has been financially supported by the MEDIA Programme (2007-2013) of the European Union and the participating EFP member organisations who each made a careful selection of their national participants according to specific criteria.
Eszter Gyárfás - Producer on the Move from Hungary
A graduate of the producer class at the University of Theatre and Film in Budapest, Eszter Gyárfás had worked during her studies as a unit/production manager on such films as TAXIDERMIA and DELTA.
In 2011, she started working at Proton Cinema and made her debut as a producer with LAND OF STORMS by Ádám Császi in 2014. Eszter has since served as executive producer on Kornél Mundruczó's sixth feature WHITE GOD and co-producer on Anders Østergaard's feature documentary 1989. She is now developing Mundruczó's next feature HOTEL LUCKY HOLE.
Cineuropa Interview with Eszter Gyárfás