Cristina Groșan is a Hungarian-Romanian film director, screenwriter and visual artist. Her second feature film "Ordinary Failures" premiered at the 79th Venice International Film Festival in the Giornate degli Autori section in 2022, where she received the Best Director under 40 award. The film was critically acclaimed in the Czech Republic and as of 2023 summer, it is still on its festival circuit.
Previously, Cristina directed her debut feature in 2021, "Things Worth Weeping For" and the writer-director of six short films that traveled the international short film circuit.
Cristina is also a Nipkow fellow in Berlin, working on her third fiction film. Additionally, she is attached as director to the miniseries "Daughter of the Nation" for Czech outlet Barletta, commissioned by Canal+, which is scheduled to begin shooting in autumn 2023.
Currently, she serves as a guest lecturer at FAMU International for the 2023 fall semester.