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Hungarian screenwriters

This list has 1 sub-list and 94 members. See also Hungarian writers, Screenwriters by nationality, Hungarian film people
  • Arthur Koestler
    Arthur Koestler British/Hungarian writer
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    Arthur Koestler, CBE (, ; Hungarian: Kösztler Artúr; 5 September 1905 – 1 March 1983) was a Hungarian British author and journalist. Koestler was born in Budapest and, apart from his early school years, was educated in Austria. In 1931, Koestler joined the Communist Party of Germany, but he resigned in 1938 because Stalinism disillusioned him.
  • Béla Tarr
    Béla Tarr Film director
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    Béla Tarr (born 21 July 1955) is a Hungarian filmmaker. His body of work consists mainly of art films with philosophical themes and long takes.
  • Gyula Maár
    Gyula Maár Hungarian, Film Director
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    rank #3 · WDW 1
    Gyula Maár (2 August 1934 – 20 December 2013) was a Hungarian film director and screenwriter. He directed 25 films between 1966 and 2007. His 1975 film, Mrs. Dery Where Are You? won the award for Best Actress (Mari Törőcsik) at the 1976 Cannes Film Festival. In 1986, his film Első kétszáz évem was entered into the 36th Berlin International Film Festival. In 1993, his film Whoops was entered into the 43rd Berlin International Film Festival.
  • Róbert Koltai
    Róbert Koltai Actor, Film director, Screenwriter
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    Róbert Koltai (born 16 December 1943) is a Hungarian actor, film director and screenwriter. He has appeared in over 90 films since 1967. He appeared in the 1976 film Man Without a Name, which was entered into the 26th Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the Silver Bear for an outstanding single achievement. He also appeared in Béla Tarr's 1981 film, The Prefab People. From the 1990s onwards, Koltai also worked as a successful film director.
  • Ivan Tors
    Ivan Tors Screenwriter, producer, director
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    rank #5 · WDW 1
    Ivan Tors (born Iván Törzs; June 12, 1916 – June 4, 1983) was a Hungarian playwright, film director, screenwriter, and film and television producer with an emphasis on non-violent but exciting science fiction, underwater sequences, and stories involving animals. He started a Miami-based film studio now known as Greenwich Studios, and later a music company.
  • Zoltan Korda
    Zoltan Korda film director
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    rank #6 · WDW 3
    Zoltan Korda (June 3, 1895 – October 13, 1961) was a Hungarian-born motion picture screenwriter, director and producer. He made his first film in Hungary in 1918, and worked with his brother Alexander Korda on film-making there and in London. They both moved to the United States in 1940 to Hollywood and the American film industry.
  • Miklós Jancsó
    Miklós Jancsó Film director
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    rank #7 · WDW
    Miklós Jancsó (27 September 1921 – 31 January 2014) was a Hungarian film director and screenwriter.
  • Emeric Pressburger
    Emeric Pressburger Film screenwriter, director, producer
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    Emeric Pressburger (5 December 1902 – 5 February 1988) was a Hungarian-British screenwriter, film director, and producer. He is best known for his series of film collaborations with Michael Powell, in a collaboration partnership known as the Archers, and produced a series of films, including 49th Parallel (1941), The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943), A Matter of Life and Death (US: Stairway to Heaven, 1946), Black Narcissus (1947), The Red Shoes (1948), and The Tales of Hoffmann (1951).
  • László Krasznahorkai
    László Krasznahorkai Hungarian novelist, screenwriter.
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    László Krasznahorkai (born 5 January 1954) is a Hungarian novelist and screenwriter known for difficult and demanding novels, often labeled postmodern, with dystopian and melancholic themes. Several of his works, notably his novels Satantango (Sátántangó, 1985) and The Melancholy of Resistance (Az ellenállás melankóliája, 1989), have been turned into feature films by Hungarian film director Béla Tarr.
  • Barna Kabay Hungarian film director
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    Barna Kabay (born August 15, 1948, Budapest) is a Hungarian film director, screenwriter and film producer. His film The Revolt of Job (1983), which he co-directed with Imre Gyöngyössy, was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
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