Palos Film

Pálos György portfolio

About Me

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György PÁLOS

Was born in 1959, Cairo, Egypt. Hungarian. Producer, film director, director of photography, sriptwriter, photographer. He has over twenty-five years of experience in the film industry, has been awareded the prestigious Bela Balazs Award and has won several awards at national and international film festivals. Assistant Visiting Professor at School of Creative Media, Hong Kong. Board member of Independent Hungarian Filmmakers Society, also Member of Hungarian Film Director’s Society. Speaks French and English.

Habilitation 2017

Doctor of Liberal Arts (DLA) 2015
Thesis: Practice and Education of Documentary Film Making.

MA, French and History, Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest, 1986

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From September 2015 works at
ELTE – BTK University Budapest (cinematography)
Metropolitan University Budapest (cinematography)
Sapientia University Cluj-Napoca (cinematography)

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2007- 2012 Head of Millenaris TV Studio, Budapest. Producer of more than 100 television programs.

2004 - 2007 Writes film and television program critics for Hungarian film magazines, like Magyar Narancs, Pergo Kepek.

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Selected Films, Awards, Festivals

2018
Let the Dragon Out, feature documentary, dir., DOP, editor, producer.

2017
Creative producer, script consultant n Paying a Visit to Fortuna, feature documentary by Matyas Kalman
Producer of 6 student films at ELTE University

2016
Producer of 6 student films at ELTE University

2015
„Hope”, 16 min, short feature by Marton Szirmai, DOP.

2014
„Drifter”, 77min. Documentary, by Gabor Horcher (former student), creative producer, Award for Best First Appearance , IDFA, 2014
„Minimal”, short feature by Marton Szirmai (former student) cinematographer and creative producer
„The expedition”, short feature by Marton Szirmai (former student) cinematographer and producer
Photo exhibition, HKU, Hong Kong
„Future Cinema”, 52 min. HD, documentary with Gyorgy Czaban, Csilla Gyori

2013
6 short feature films, made by former students, creative producer
"Immigrants in Hungary", documentary series, with Kata Soos, 3 episodes, 25 min each.

2012
"Summertime", 9 min., short feature film by Marton Szirmai (former student), cinematographer and creative producer
"Immigrants in Hungary", documentary series, 3 episodes, 25 min each.

2011
"Adventures of Tom Tomiczky", long animation film by Tamas Waliczky, creative producer
"Every young people makes stupidities", documentary, 80 min., HD.
"Young autistic persons at work", documentary, 65 min., HD, with digital animation. 2010
"As you want it", documentary, 65 min, HD. - Budapest Film festival, 2010 - Dialect Documentary Film Festival, 2010 - Verzio Documentary Film Festival 2010
"Pressuring each other", documentary, 65 min, HD.
"Turtle on board", series of 64 episodes of a digital artistic works for young audience. - Best TV Program Award, Camera Hungaria, 2010

2009
"Who are you to know who I am!', documentary, 72 min. - Best documentary director, Hungarian Film Festival 2009.
"The Sinking Village", documentary, 25 min, producer - Best short documentary (Ecocinema 2008– Greece) - Best director (Film.Dok 2008 – Romania) - Special award (Hungarian Filmweek 2008, Hungary) - Best short (Valladolid FF, Spain), - Hungarian Filmcritics award (Budapest Filmweek, Hungary) - Special award (Asterfest 2008 – Macedonia) - Special award (Slow Film Festival 2008 – Hungary) - Jury special award + Danube award (Cinefest IFF 2008 – Hungary) - Best documentary, Critics Award (Hungarian Critics Award, 2009) - Shown at INPUT Conference, Johannesburg, 2008.

2008
"Tripe ans onions", 10 min., 2006, producer - Best European Film, Circuito Off, Venice Short Film Festival, Italy - Best director, Best subject, Lucania FF, Italy - Best short , Valladolid FF, Spain - Special award, Sarajevo FF, Bosnia Hercegovina - Special award, Perugia Film Festival, Italy, 2007 - Audience award, Europe on Wheels FF, Turkey - Audience award, Victoria Independent FF, Australia - Audience award, AlterNativ Film Festival, Romania, 2007 - Audience award, Busho, Budapest, 2007 - Audience award, Leuven IFF, Belgium, 2007

2006
"Livia Rev, pianist", documentary, 60 min. "Storno", 90 min. fiction, 35 mm.

2002
"Two Sundays in Hungary", documentary, 25 min. - Best TV Program Award, Camera Hungaria, 2002

2001
"Feri and the sweet life", 90 min. fiction, 35 mm. - Best script award, Hungarian Film Festival 2001 - Best male actor award, Hungarian Film Festival 2001

2000
"Le petit voyage", 90 min. fiction, 35 mm. - Audience award, Hungarian Film Festival - Best Film award, Avanca – Portugal, - Best female actor, Avanca – Portugal
"Maraton", documentary, 60 min, by Attila Mispal, cinematographer. - Best documentary award, Mediawave festival

1998
"Orb", 90 min. fiction, 35 mm - Special Award of Jury, Hungarian Film Festival

1996
"The bread girl’s ballad", docu-fiction, 90 min. 35 mm.
"KVB-TV", fiction, 22 min. - Best TV Program Award, Camera Hungaria
"Yes, you can", documentary, 56 min, by Lars Mullback, cinematographer - Prix Europa for documentaries

1995
"Manifesto of Low Budget Filmmaking”
"All black”, documentary, 15 min. - Tolerance award, Hungary - Best documentary award, Mediawave festival

1992
"Camping Europa", fiction, 90 min. 35mm - Special award, Budapest Film Festival

1990
Best still photographer award, Budapest