(English title: Sing) is a short coming of age drama with a lot of
music set in 1991 Budapest, Hungary. Inspired by a true story,
it follows an award winning school choir, their charming
teacher and the new girl in class whose arrival starts a series of events
that might expose the ugly truth behind their fame.
is a unique contemporary dance project by choreographer Nina Kov.
It's a choreography for two: a dancer and a remote controlled helicopter.
Shot at the iconic Turbine Hall at the Tate Modern,
this is a 1-minute video teaser for the concept.
TOP 10 SHORTLISTED - 60 Seconds Dance festival 2013
is a short dark comedy written and produced by duo Chris&Bex
Told in 3 minutes, it documents the daily struggle of
three tough gentlemen running the family business.
Starring Tim Parker and Laurence Sheldon.
OFFICIAL SELECTION - COFILMIC 2012 FESTIVAL
Get A Life Buy My Porsche
is a viral campaign conceived by Hunkies
centered around a video directed by Kristof Deak.
The concept was to create the most polished car classified ad ever -
complete with a fashion photo shoot and a short film.
Result: +170,000 views combined, car sold.
is a procedural / conspiracy thriller TV series about a group of
professional hackers protecting the country amidst the 'Cyber World War'
working for a secret government agency in Hungary.
Kristof was helming the cast and crew in a total of 10 episodes
(and some parts of other episodes) of 50 minutes each, including
season openers in S01 and S02 and a season finale in S01.
WINNER : BEST TV SERIES - YALTA FILM AND TV FESTIVAL 2012
is a short drama adapted from a story by Zoltan Czeh.
Starring Sarah Linda and Adam Berry.
OFFICIAL SELECTION - LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL 2013
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Right Place Wrong Time No Reason
is a music promo
commissioned as part of artist King Jacks
' Project E11even.
Shot on a guerrilla crew around various London locations,
it's the story of a man carrying an unusual burden - literally stuck to his feet.
Golf With A Shotgun
is a darkly comic short about suicide and clay pigeons.
Directed by Kristof Deak in 2010, it stars David Craik and Mark Kempner.
Written by Bex Harvey
DOP Bart Sienkiewicz
Original Score by Rael Jones