Cristina is a Hungarian-Romanian filmmaker and visual artist. Her fiction short films have been screened and awarded at numerous festivals worldwide. Her short film “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 over 140 000 views in just a few months. WATCH THE FILM HERE!
Cristina is now preparing her debut fiction feature "Things Worth Weeping For", a (self) ironical coming of age focusing on a woman in her early 30ies going through a life crisis just when everyone around her is happily settling down. The film is supported by the Hungarian Film Fund's Inkubator debut scheme and is due to start production in spring 2019. The film is produced by Judit Stalter @ Laokoon Filmgroup, co-written with Nora Rainer-Micsinyei, who is also set to perform as lead. Shooting is set to start in early 2019.
Cristina is keen on exploring how people relate to body, aging, and illness tackling stereotypes with humor and wit. "What Binds Us" is Cristina's first documentary currently in production, and the first film her mother doesn't approve of.