Raised in Hungary on her father’s healthy diet of 70s American Thrillers and Sam Peckinpah Westerns, Anna moved to the UK to study Editing at the University of the Arts, London. “Akbulak”, edited in her 2nd year, was in competition at the Berlin, Clermont Ferrand and Encounters Film Festivals. She has since amassed a varied body of work, including the shorts “Little Brother” and “Mine Kafon”, both shown at Sundance, and her first feature “General Magic”, which premiered at Tribeca Film Festival in 2018. Her recent credits include an episode of BBC Three sitcom “Wannabe” and feature comedy/drama "Things Worth Weeping For", to be released in 2021. Anna was a co-founder of Bullion Productions and through them has also honed her skills in editing music videos and advertising.

Berlinale Talents Participant 2014
BAFTA Crew Participant 2019

Awards and festivals

Sundance –  International Narrative Shorts Competition – Little Brother

Sundance – Focus Forward – Mine Kafon

Berlinale – Generation 14+ Shorts Competition – Akbulak

Venice Biennale Di Cinema - VR Interactive Competition - Porton Down

Tribeca Film Festival – Spotlight Documentary – General Magic

Sarajevo International Film Festival – WINNER, Atlantic Group Award – Holiday at the Seaside

Palm Springs International Shortfest – International Shorts Competition – Night Painting

Clermont – Ferrand Short Film Festival – International Shorts CompetitionAkbulak

D&AD Awards – WINNER, Wood Pencil  – The Power of Privacy

Encounters Film Festival – UK Shorts Competition –  Akbulak