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István Dárday

ISTVÁN DÁRDAY (Budapest, 1940), film director, producer and screen writer. His most significant films and documentaries are Jutalomutazás [Holiday in Britain], Filmregény [Movie novel], Harcmodor [Tactics], Átváltozás [Metamorphosis], Nyugatról keletre – avagy a média diszkrét bája [From West to East Or the Discreet Charm of the Media], Az emigráns [The Émigré], Fogadalomtétel [Solemn Promise], Dokumentátor [The Documentator]. István Dárday is the founding member of the Budapest School and the Társulás Film Studio. He is the recipient of various prizes, such as the Kossuth Prize and the Béla Balázs Prize and numerous film awards, such as the European Film Academy Critics Award – Prix Fipresci and the Oberhausen Award. He is a member of the Hungarian Academy of Arts.

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