Zsuzsanna Gellér-Varga

Zsuzsanna Gellér-Varga  
Ethics in Documentary History
Lecturer (2013-15)

Zsuzsanna Gellér-Varga is a documentary filmmaker from Hungary. 

She studied documentary filmmaking at UC Berkeley (USA) as a Fulbright scholar. Her thesis documentary (Screw Your Courage, 2000) won awards at US film festivals and was broadcast on public TV. 

She worked for the New York Times Television as a video-journalist. She has directed and shot feature and short documentaries: Once They Were Neighbours (2005), Synagogue For Sale (2007), and Mr. Mom (2009), which have been well received at local and international film festivals and were broadcasted by public TV. 

Currently she is pursuing her D.L.A. degree at the University of Theatre and Film Arts in Budapest, and at the same time producing, directing and shooting Angel Business, a feature-length observational documentary film.

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