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Cristina Grosan is a Hungarian-Romanian filmmaker and visual artist. Since graduating from university, she has directed 6 short films, which toured the worldwide short film circuit, screening in Palm Springs IFF,  Clermont-Ferrand IFF, Sarajevo IFF, London ISF, Helsinki IFF, Zubroffka IFF, Tirana IFF, St. Petersburg, Thessaloniki IFF, among others.  Her award-winning short “Holiday at the Seaside” exploring a mother-daughter relationship screened at more than 40 festivals, was distributed in several territories and recently premiered online, amassing more than 1 million views.

Currently, she is awaiting the premiere of her debut feature shot in Hungary, “Things Worth Weeping For” written with Nóra Rainer-Micsinyei and produced by Judit Stalter (Laokoon Filmgroup, HU). She is in pre-production with her first foreign language fiction film, “Ordinary Failures”, scheduled to begin shooting in June 2021 in Prague and its surroundings. The project was supported by the Czech Film Fund, the Italian Film Fund, Arte GEIE and Eurimages.

Cristina is also working on another fiction project “Meteos”, currently in early development. “Meteos” has been accepted to the Pustnik Writers’ Residency 2020.


“Filmmaking as a conversation”,   
interview in English by Ioana Birdu

imdb profile                                      
 news article (Cineuropa)               
 interview in Hungarian (Filmhu)
interview in Hungarian