László Csáki  is a award winning director, a visual artist and teacher at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design.  He is an interdisciplinary artist who feels equally comfortable creating live action film as creating mixed techinque animation. He worked in almost every genre of motion picture, and finds commercial an inspring format to experiment with new things. He is exceptionally visionary director, but he never lets visuals dominate over stories, on the contrary he always lets the story choose the right technique for the execution. But no matter what kind of project he is working on or what kind of technology he uses, he always works with passion, perfectionalism and discipline to create something extraordinary and unique.


Selected Awards:


Tincity (2010, documentary, 35mm, colour, 27 min., 1:1.85, DolbySR)
2010 Documentary film category, Judit Ember main prize at the 41st Hungarian Film Week


Wasps, Geese, Pear-tree (2004, chalk animation, 35mm, black & white, 5.30 min., 1:1.33, DolbySR)
2005 prize of the Hamburg Short Film Agency at the 51st International Short Film Festival Oberhausen


Days that Were Filled with Sense by Fear (2003, chalk animation, 35mm, black & white, 7 min., 1:1.33, DolbySR)
2005 7th Kecskemét Animated Film Festival, 2005: best first feature film-director
2003 11th Alter-Native International Short Film Festival, main prize