Anna was raised in Hungary on a healthy diet of 70s American psychological thrillers and Sam Peckinpah Westerns. She moved to the UK to study Editing at the University of the Arts, London, while simultaneously completing a Masters degree in English Literature and Broadcast Journalism. She has since amassed a varied body of work as editor, with a particular focus on editing drama and comedy.
Her feature credits include dystopian drama ORDINARY FAILURES (2022, a European co-production supported by Eurimages and ARTE) and comedy-drama THINGS WORTH WEEPING FOR (2021, now streaming on Netflix Hungary). She was also additional editor on upcoming US action-thriller BLACKOUT (2022), starring Josh Duhamel and Nick Nolte. In 2018, her documentary GENERAL MAGIC premiered at Tribeca Film Festival before its release on SHOWTime and National Geographic.
Her TV credits include BBC Four’s one-hour comedy-drama “SITTING” by Katherine Parkinson, and BBC Three's sitcom "WANNABE".
Short Films she edited have screened in-competition at Sundance, Berlinale, Venice, and BFI London film festivals. In 2022 she was nominated for Best Editing at Underwire Film Festival for the short 5 STARS.
BFI Network x BAFTA Crew Participant 2020/2021
Berlinale Talents Participant 2014
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
BFI London Film Festival - Official Selection - 5 Stars
Underwire Film Festival - Best Editing Nominee - 5 Stars
Tribeca Film Festival – Spotlight Documentary – General Magic
Sarajevo Film Festival - Competition, Feature Film - Things Worth Weeping For
Sarajevo 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 Competition – Akbulak
D&AD Awards – WINNER, Wood Pencil – The Power of Privacy
Encounters Film Festival – UK Shorts Competition – Akbulak